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•    Approximately 25 ppm 
•    Made from .999 pure nickel and structured distilled water
•    Made using the process of low voltage electrolysis
•    It is a clear liquid that flocculates white
•    Virtually tasteless
•    Suggested to begin with 1-2 drops sublingually per day, but can be 
        consumed in larger amounts as desired


The name is the shortened for of the German 'kupfernickel' meaning either devil's copper or St. Nicholas's copper.  Colloidal Nickel has amazing self healing and regenerating properties.

When I performed the process of electrolysis on Nickel the colloidal minerals that normally congregate around the metal actually fused together... I was amazed for I've never seen any other element do that.

Sciency Stuff

Stanford and MIT researchers are starting to uncover the phenomenal self-healing properties of Nickel.

“Human skin is an amazing barrier that is able to sense pressure and heal itself. Now, researchers at Stanford University’s Department of Electrical Engineering have created a material that mimics skin in two incredible ways: it can sense pressure and it can heal cuts or tears. While previous attempts at producing synthetic skins have yielded materials that can only heal themselves under high heat or just one time, this latest material, like skin, can heal at room temperature an unlimited number of times. Additionally, the material can conduct electricity, an essential component lacking in previous synthetic skin materials.

By adding nickel to a plastic polymer, the researchers created a material that can conduct the electricity, allowing it to transmit information about subtle changes in its surface. Professor Zhenan Bao points out that the material can sense the pressure from a handshake or a change in position, making it an attractive option for prosthetic limbs.The material is able to restore 75 percent of its strength and conductivity within a few seconds and is back to full strength in about 30 minutes. In addition, the material can withstand repeated damage to the same area without losing its self-healing properties.

Researchers see possible uses for this material, beyond prosthetics, in self-healing phone cases, self-healing electrical wires for use in difficult-to-reach places like inside vehicle or building walls. The material is not ready for commercial production yet, however, and researchers intend to tinker with the formula to create a material that is able to stretch and be more transparent, along with improving healing and conductivity.”

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“It was a result so unexpected that MIT researchers initially thought it must be a mistake: Under certain conditions, putting a cracked piece of metal under tension — that is, exerting a force that would be expected to pull it apart — has the reverse effect, causing the crack to close and its edges to fuse together.

The surprising finding could lead to self-healing materials that repair incipient damage before it has a chance to spread. The results were published in the journal Physical Review Letters in a paper by graduate student Guoqiang Xu and professor of materials science and engineering Michael Demkowicz.

“We had to go back and check,” Demkowicz says, when “instead of extending, [the crack] was closing up. First, we figured out that, indeed, nothing was wrong. The next question was: ‘Why is this happening?’”

The answer turned out to lie in how grain boundaries interact with cracks in the crystalline microstructure of a metal — in this case nickel, which is the basis for “superalloys” used in extreme environments, such as in deep-sea oil wells.”

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Nickel is an extraordinary metal which extends into most dimensions, and has many levels of existence. It is extremely complex and when added to an alloy, increases the complexity of the mix by its very presence. It is therefore useful when additional information or energy is required, or when dealing with trying to solve problems, advance knowledge or a personal breakthrough or threshold shift is required.


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Colloidal Nickel

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