Gold is coming on very strongly recently in health and healing research, even in the mainstream. It is being used for an astonishing array of conditions and in an equally astonishing number of medical technologies and modalities, medicines, tinctures, and the list goes on, mainly because it doesn’t tarnish, corrode, is not bothered by moisture or oxygen, is indestructible and biologically friendly. We could on for pages on what gold can do, but a simple Web search will provide thousands of pages of information.
The new nutrients for the new human – These metals in this nanoparticle form are the new nutrients, the new supplements, for the new human. The pure metals have been reduced to nanoparticle crystals which are not only bioabsorable, but are bonded with hydrogen to carry out specific electrical instructions in the body. Where there are various types and levels of impedence (reduced conductivity) of electrical conduction through these metals when they are in the original metallic form, so are the nonmetallic crystalline forms also conductive for bioelectricity, or the type of electricity used by the body. Because the energy output of these liquids isn’t on the level of the other alchemic products available here, these can be obtained and used immediately literally as a daily supplement.
This form of gold is prepared through the use of an electronic device that produces between 220,000 and 250,000 volts of cool direct current electricity, much like a Tesla coil, and disperses the elements through pure deionized water, making what is known as a monodisperse suspension. A monodisperse suspension is, in our case, an aqueous (water solvent) solution containing elements where each particle is the same size, shape and distance apart, also referred to as homogeneous. All of these nano-element products are 100+/- ppm. The electrical current can also cause a plasma-like reaction in a chamber with inert gases and is always either neon blue, indigo or purple.
When the current is run through the element, the element itself remains partially intact while creating crystalline particles in the size range of 5 to 50 nanometers (a nanometer is one-billionth of a meter), and only a percentage of which can actually be detected by conventional analytical methods because the elements themselves now “vibrate” out of the spectral range of the given element.