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Re: Aluminum as a causal factor of Alzheimer's - Introduction of myself to the community

Postby laurie » Thu Feb 18, 2021 12:55 pm

jozef wrote:
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Regarding filters and making Silicade, you have to use the Brita filter for making the Silicade. This step can not be eliminated as there are impurities in the ingredients which need to be removed. The Brita filter is unique as it filters out aluminum but does not filter out the OSA....

Hi ALL,
I have an idea and i need your opinion of it
If the OSA remove harming aluminum from body So i guess it will remove it from the silicade water (unless the amount of harming aluminum in the impurities is so much) so in that case we can use regular carbon filter to get rid of the other impurities and i think we will not need to add baking soda to water and we will only have to add little sodium bisulfate to reach the ph 7 of water .
So what do you think about this ?


My husband Dennis N Crouse developed this recipe. What you are proposing is UNSAFE. There is a reason for each step in this procedure and each step needs to be implemented. Here is information from the recipe.

"Why This Recipe Works
The goal of this recipe for orthosilicic acid (OSA) in drinking water is to use an easily measured solid silica powder and an acidic microprill that are commercially available online and shipped to anyone, not just chemical laboratories. Both of these chemicals are high purity (e.g. 99.5%).

· Solubilize sodium silicate: Boiling powdered sodium silicate for 30 seconds in an eighth of a cup of tap water keeps the pH high enough (e.g. pH = 13) to solubilize silicate434-436.

· Neutralize to form OSA and prevent polymerization: In order to form OSA and other silica species in equilibrium with OSA489 and to prevent OSA polymerization435-437, immediately dilute the basic (e.g. pH=13) OSA solution to a gallon with tap water and then immediately render the solution non-hazardous by acidifying the solution to pH 4 to 5 with the solid acid sodium bisulfate. A 1.29mM OSA solution is well below OSA’s saturation level in water (e.g. 2-3mM) but requires 7 days to fully stabilize rising from 108ppm immediately after preparation to 124ppm174. Polymerization of OSA has been observed at neutral pH only well above OSA’s 200ppm saturation level435-437.

· Remove Aluminum: For optimal aluminum removal acidify the OSA solution with sodium bisulfate to pH 4.0 to 5.0 and then filter through a Brita pitcher style filter (OB03)174. A significant portion (e.g. 98.5%) of the labile aluminum introduced in tap water is removed174,175. This Brita filter is a combined activated carbon and weak cation exchange resin that removes cations like aluminum but does not remove OSA174. If the tap water used for Silicade is between pH 6.5 to 8.5, as per EPA’s secondary drinking water standard, then after acidification, filtration, and bicarbonate addition Silicade will be pH 6.5.

· Optionally add Calcium and/or Magnesium: Have your tap water checked and if it is low in calcium and/or magnesium, add supplemental calcium and/or magnesium to Silicade. The Brita filter reduces calcium and magnesium in Quabbin tap water by one half175. Drinking water with calcium at levels of 80mg and magnesium at levels of 20 ppm has been found to be optimal for good health438. This may be due to calcium and magnesium competing with aluminum for absorption by the gut433. Calcium catalyzes the polymerization of OSA but only at pH greater than 818,19. Silicade + Ca is pH 6.6 and at this pH OSA in Silicade + Ca is primarily a non-polymeric monomer174,439. "
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Re: Aluminum as a causal factor of Alzheimer's - Introduction of myself to the community

Postby lgoring » Thu Feb 18, 2021 1:34 pm

jozef wrote:]
Hi ALL,
I have an idea and i need your opinion of it
If the OSA remove harming aluminum from body So i guess it will remove it from the silicade water (unless the amount of harming aluminum in the impurities is so much) so in that case we can use regular carbon filter to get rid of the other impurities and i think we will not need to add baking soda to water and we will only have to add little sodium bisulfate to reach the ph 7 of water .
So what do you think about this ?


Hello jozef,

I do not know the answer to your question but I wanted to welcome you to the ApoE4 website! I hope someone on this thread will be able to answer you question. But while you wait, feel free to poke around the site!

If you are interested in learning the science behind the ApoE4 gene, checkout the Primer. It was posted by a physician that is currently one of the moderates for the site. If you haven't seen the Wiki, it has a collection of more information, strategies, and resources for the ApoE4 gene. Our newest edition to the Wiki page is the current ApoE4 Research opportunities. If you have any other questions, do not hesitate to press the quotes like you did in your last post and it will tag me.

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Re: Aluminum as a causal factor of Alzheimer's - Introduction of myself to the community

Postby jozef » Fri Feb 19, 2021 5:06 am

laurie wrote:
My husband Dennis N Crouse developed this recipe. What you are proposing is UNSAFE. There is a reason for each step in this procedure and each step needs to be implemented. Here is information from the recipe.


Thank you for your reply,

I respect your opinion, but if the goal of publishing the formula is for the general benefit of the largest number of people who are afflicted with or at risk of Alzheimer's, then perhaps we should try to think of simpler steps as another option that is more widely applicable even it is not ideal , it is true that the formula is in its current form is ideal, but in my opinion it will benefit only a limited number of people who can apply it to the letter.

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Re: Aluminum as a causal factor of Alzheimer's - Introduction of myself to the community

Postby Tincup » Fri Feb 19, 2021 7:33 am

jozef wrote: in my opinion it will benefit only a limited number of people who can apply it to the letter.


I've been making ~3 gallons a week (as a 3 gallon batch) for my 4/4 wife and myself for 8 months. Not hard, does take a bit of time. I did invest in a digital microgram scale to measure the quantities of sodium silicate & sodium bisulfate.

Naturally high OSA silica water, such as Fiji, also works if you don't/can't make your own.
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Re: Aluminum as a causal factor of Alzheimer's - Introduction of myself to the community

Postby laurie » Fri Feb 19, 2021 7:57 am

jozef wrote:
laurie wrote:
My husband Dennis N Crouse developed this recipe. What you are proposing is UNSAFE. There is a reason for each step in this procedure and each step needs to be implemented. Here is information from the recipe.


Thank you for your reply,

I respect your opinion, but if the goal of publishing the formula is for the general benefit of the largest number of people who are afflicted with or at risk of Alzheimer's, then perhaps we should try to think of simpler steps as another option that is more widely applicable even it is not ideal , it is true that the formula is in its current form is ideal, but in my opinion it will benefit only a limited number of people who can apply it to the letter.


I appreciate you trying to make the Silicade available to "the largest number of people" however your proposals are UNSAFE. I disagree with you that the Silicade recipe will only benefit a limited number of people. The interest in this recipe has been more that we expected. Close to 100,000 people have viewed the video or read the recipe. I am sure all these people aren't making the recipe but this is a lot of people. As Tincup states in the next thread Silicade is easy to make.
"True prevention is only possible by first discovering the cause of a disease such as Alzheimer's."
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