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-Approximately 25ppm 

-Only .9999% Pure Palladium and structured distilled water to insure purity

-No Artificial Ingredients, Preservatives or Additives

-Made in small batches in my lab to help ensure quality

-Little to no taste, or smell


Palladium, the metal sponge, is a silvery-white metal named after the asteroid Pallas, in turn named after the Greek goddess of wisdom, Pallas.

It doesn't tarnish in air. Mixing it with gold produces the white gold used in jewelry. Closely related to platinum, it's used in denistry, watchmaking, surgical instruments, and electrical contacts and is a member of the Noble metals and Platinum Group Metals.

Palladium is reported to promote healthy tissue regeneration. It is believed to increase the electrical transmission across the synapses within the brain to improve memory, increase mental alertness and promote general tissue regeneration of the neurological tissues.

Benefits of Palladium

In the human body, Palladium becomes a superb anti-oxidant as it aids in collecting radical O-ions, combining them with hydrogen to produce water, thus reducing internal oxidation.

  • Palladium is good for vision and reparation, regeneration of certain cellular structures that are, as you would say duty specific.
  • Such as the cones and rods for the eyes, the taste buds of the tongue and other things that have to do with sensory apparatus.
  • In the monatomic state, Palladium is said to aid in the reparation and the strengthening of such things as dental enamel and other things in the body.

 This product detoxifies radical and errant oxides from the body, enhance intercellular communication, and assist in neural connectivity for better mental acuity.

Palladium is a powerful antioxidant. As an example of a direct application in fat cells, when the molecular reconfiguration of fat cells begins to take place and the fat is reallocated for burning, in many cases free-radicals are released into the blood stream as oxidants, and Palladium does a superb job containing and eliminating them. It also works to strengthen the liver and kidneys, which are tied through traditional healing methods and modalities the world over to one's vitality, or lifeforce, if you like, which when increased also increases the internal fire, for more vigorous and healthy sexual functioning.

Palladium also smooths the walls of the intestinal tract, is an anticoagulant, increases stomach acids and enzymes for more efficient digestion, and calms the heart. Pound for pound, it's the strongest of all metals, and this reflects in an increasing muscle and tissue strength and stamina in the user. It is also said to increase the presence, efficiency and distribution of oxygen, and therefore assists in more efficient and uninhibited circulation. Over the last few years, it has been gaining some serious ground in health and healing circles, especially in peak performance athletics.

Soaking Up Hydrogen

The metal is Palladium, number 46 on the periodic chart, and its most remarkable property, actually, is none of the above. Palladium soaks up hydrogen like a sponge -- that is, if you can imagine a sponge that soaks up hundreds of buckets of water. At room temperature and atmospheric pressure, palladium can absorb up to 900 times its own volume of hydrogen. "That means," says Khalid Mansour, "that if you were to pump hydrogen into a bottle, it would take enormous pressure to store the same amount easily absorbed in a palladium bed of the same volume."

This makes palladium an efficient, safe storage medium for hydrogen and hydrogen isotopes, such as tritium, a byproduct of nuclear reactions. Nevertheless, the microscopic details of how this absorption process works are poorly understood. Better understanding of what happens at the molecular level, such as phase changes that occur as hydrogen fills the metal -- forming a metal hydride -- and the effect of defects in the material, could give clues to designing metal hydrides that perform better. Such research also bears directly on technologies that use metal hydrides in fuel cells and batteries.

At Westinghouse Savannah River Company (WSRC) in South Carolina, Mansour (now at Cray Research), Ralph Wolf and their colleagues Myung Lee and Clemson University physicist John Ray are working to fill-in the gaps of knowledge. "Basically," says Mansour, "the experimentalists did things by alchemy. We know that palladium has this remarkable ability to soak up hydrogen, but there's a lot we don't understand

Palladium has a remarkable ability to soak up hydrogen and when I’m preparing the colloidal Palladium it is on the positive terminal where Hydrogen is produced… This is an amazing combination. We all know it’s extremely important to stay HYDRATED. This colloidal metal that soaks up hydrogen like a sponge and its being  made where hydrogen is being made so it should help your body stay hydrated as well


Palladium is the metal of guardianship on the highest levels. Not a protector or a teacher, but a stable champion and a friend to keep grounded even when travelling very far from home.


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