The Health Wyze Colloidal Copper Lotion For Extreme Skin Damage

Uploaded by HealthWyze on 04.12.2009

Hey. My name is Sarah Cain, and I'm from the Health Wyze Report. Recently we had a friend
come to us because he had a severe dryness of the hands. His hands were actually cracking.
He had very thin skin as a result of chemical exposure. Now, we decided to help him, and
we did that through experimentation with different colloidal metals. Um, and what we came up
with appears from what we've seen and heard to be working pretty much as well as the steroid
pharmaceuticals that are prescribed by doctors and dermatologists. So in the video we're
going, well, explain to you exactly how we go about making that, and assuming you have
some experience in electronics, you can go about making it yourself.
Um, saying that, I do want to provide a warning. If you don't have a good knowledge of electronics,
then it's strongly recommended that you don't do this without somebody that does. Right
here we're going to be using electricity, water, and metal all in combination and that
comes with an inherent risk of either setting your house on fire or an electric shock. So,
if you do decide to do it, you do it AT YOUR OWN RISK.
Right now we're running a laser beam through distilled, completely pure water. So as a
result, you can't see the laser beam, in the same manner that you wouldn't be able to see
a laser beam through thin air, but you would be able to see it through fog, because there's
particles in fog. Right now I'm going to add some baking soda to this solution, to make
it conductive.
Now as we add that in there, you may be able to see the laser beam, as there's particles
in there. But when it completely dissolves, you probably won't be able to see that anymore.
As you can see now, the baking soda is now completely dissolved, and as a result, we
can't see the laser beam through it anymore.
But when we do have the copper particles in there, we will be able to see the laser beam
through the water. Um, it's pretty important to mention that this isn't any sort of special
copper. This is just copper from... copper wire from standard household electronic wire.
This sort of copper wire is 99.99 percent pure, so there's really no need to go out
an buy some special sort of copper for this at all. What we have done is sanded each one,
um, and then we cleaned them with alcohol. We used alcohol because alcohol leaves no
residue behind. Everything evaporates.
As you can see we now have our copper wires inside the water. They're attached with standard
electrical tape, and that is hooked up to our variable D.C. power supply. It doesn't
really matter, as long as you have copper on both sides, which end you put the negative
and the positive. That's really irrelevant. What we are creating here is copper hydroxide.
Now while that's normally a skin irritant, because of its high alkalinity; it won't be
by the time we're done with it. In fact, it'll actually be beneficial.
We're now going to turn on our variable D.C. power supply at 27 volts, which works well
for us, and you'll be able to see our copper hydroxide being made.
Now you can see the bubbles coming from the anode and the cathode, from the side view.
As you can see, it is definitely turning a shade of blue.
This is a straight in side view. You should probably be able to see the blue discoloration
better from this angle.
Now you should be able see a very clear laser beam through the copper solution, because
of the particles that are in there.
I did forget to mention that the original resistance with the distilled water and baking
soda was between 100 and 200 k. ohms, that may not be the ideal, but it will certainly
work well for you. As you can see, it has only been about 5 minutes later, and it's
definitely getting a much darker shade of blue.
This is the finished product. It's a lighter color that it was. It has been sitting for
about an hour now.
This is a close-up just to show you the color on the finish product. It has a nice aqua
Okay, before I continue I just want to mention that this copper solution is NOT FOR INTERNAL
USE. You're not supposed to drink it. Copper is... well... can become toxic in relatively
small amounts, so it's strongly not recommended at all. We've got four substances here that
we're going to be adding. The first one is apple cider vinegar. Now the reason is because
our copper solution is actually, um, probably slightly alkaline, and the natural, healthy
state of the skin is an acidic one. So we'll be adding the apple cider vinegar for that
purpose, and to replenish the skin's natural oils. We've also got our colloidal silver.
That will help to keep our substance sterile, and additionally it will help with the chemical
burns that were sustained by our friend. Finally, we have a somewhat mineral solution called
Ionic Fizz. The full ingredients will be on our web site. But the main properties of this
are magnesium and calcium. Um, we kind of used the Force on this one. We're not exactly
sure how it helps yet. We'll be doing some more researching on that in the future. We
just know that it seems to. Um, that will make our substance fizz quite a bit, and so
once the fizzing has stopped, we'll be adding guar gum. It is made from all natural guar
beans; and well, it's a thickening agent: all natural. Okay, I'm going to add the apple
cider vinegar. It's about 10 tablespoons, by the way. [faint fizzing] [fizzing] That
was an unexpected amount of fizzing. And we'll be back in a minute to add the guar gum.
Well, that was embarrassing. This is the finished result before the thickening agent is added.
Apparently we added the 3 substances too quickly this time for the sake of the video. We've
only done it once before, so we're still learning somewhat ourselves. It is apparent though
that our substance is no longer too alkaline given the reaction with it and the magnesium
compound. We're going to go ahead now and start adding the guar gum to thicken-up our
lotion. This will usually take several minutes to go through its entire thickening process.
This is guar gum. Again, it's a completely natural thickening agent, from guar beans.
Okay, well this is our final product. We ended up using the blender. Otherwise, we would
have been doing that all night. As you can see, the consistency is somewhere between
a jell and a lotion. Now it leaves no residue at all behind. No oily feel once you've rubbed
it in properly. It's actually the best thing for hands we've experienced so far, or even
seen. It's actually some truly amazing stuff. Well, we encourage you to drop by the web
site at, and my name is Sarah Cain. Thanks for watching.