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Dr. Stewart. Electrodes, Silver protects against Alzheimer’s Disease Dec 2017

Welcome to my Blog,

Electrodes:  We have now found a supplier for our electrode plugs, made of pure copper 2 mm (0.08 inches) diameter, plated with 24K gold for maximum signal transfer, durability, retention and resistance to corrosion. These are longer and will stay in the receptacle and not fallout easily. We solder each plug to a long copper stalk which is soldered to the electrode, then we insulate the assembly with food-grade epoxy. When inserting or removing our electrode from the generator, grasp the plug end (not electrode end) to pull or push in a straight line without bending which could break the plug or the epoxy. All of our electrodes are of 99.99% purity. We always stock electrodes of silver, gold, copper, zinc, magnesium, tin, iron, titanium, platinum, palladium, carbon, steel.

Silver protects against Alzheimer’s Disease:  More articles are appearing which connect Alzheimers with long-term bacterial or viral infections and genetic predisposition. Organisms responsible include Borrelia (Lyme), herpes, Chlamydia, all of which can be inactivated by Colloidal Silver. We all should be taking our minimal daily requirement of silver of 300 micrograms.  However CS quality is important. Nanoparticles of CS must be small enough (less than 20 nm)  to pass through the blood-brain barrier and have strong enough Zeta Potential to inactivate the vicious pico-viruses and prions (Mad Cow Disease). Our professional colloidal generators produce the highest Zeta Potential in our industry.

Thanks for visiting and a happy, healthy new year to you and your loved ones.

Dr. John Stewart


1) Brain Infection and Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology: Emerging evidence links bacterial or viral infection with the neuropathology of Alzheimer’s disease. By Jill U. Adams | September 1, 2017

2) Alzheimer’s may be able to spread through blood transfusions: A lot of researchers fear that it’s an infectious protein, 31 October 2017


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