Ormus and Lab Materials
Needed for the Wet Process
Small container of NaOH (Sodium
Hydroxide). You can obtain this from assorted sources, including chemical supply houses, or you can order some lye
from the Internet. Since I am putting this into my body I prefer Food Grade Lye. Pure
lye (sodium hydroxide). I bought mine from a science supply company on the internet. The government has started
making the Red Devil Lye Company put ingredients in their lye so it is no longer safe to use Red Devil Lye. Some
people buy their lye from plumbing supply stores. http://www.essentialdepot.com/servlet/the-Sodium-dsh-Hydroxide-dsh-Lye-dsh-Food-dsh-Grade/Categories
Please take care with the Lye water made from mixing Sodium Hydroxide and
water; it is very caustic and can cause death if ingested, and sever burns to the skin if exposed to it. As such,
it is advisable to wear gloves and eye protection and label containers with this in it.
and Quart Mason Jar or other glass container to mix the lye water solution
2. A hand-held ph meter. The
one shown here costs about $40.00 and I bought it off the Internet. Be sure to get one that reads from the 7.0 to
12.0 ph range. For a good quality PH Meter that adjusts to the tempature reccomend this
Hanna Instruments HI8314 Portable pH/Mv/Temp
3. Two wooden clothespins, glued
together as to hold the ph meter in the bowl. This frees up both of your hands for the mixing
4. Salt or ocen water to use a your raw
5. A non-metallic stirrer. A regular
kitchen plastic spoon works. A stirrer, one long enough to reach the bottom of your glass container. It should be made of glass, but
you can use plastic. Metal is a big no no, and so is wood [unless you like contaminates].
6. A glass measuring cup, at least
7. Eye dropper, preferably a glass
one with a rubber bulb on the end. or a Turkey baster or
50cc syringe to help seperate the water and ormus that is settled.
8. Two gallons of pure distilled water.
I buy mine at the grocery store and pay about $1.00 per gallon. It is important to use pure distilled water
because not only is it clean, it has no minerals in it that might interfere with the chemical
9. A small bottle of white distilled
vinegar. This will be used in an emergency, should you accidently raise the ph of your mixture past 10.78. You
will immediately add a small amount of the vinegar (an acid) to reduce the ph back down below
10. About 4 ft. of clear
3/8 inch plastic tubing.
11. 2 Stainless steel or pyrex bowls, to hold at least ½ gallon volume
each or gallon jars. Glass jar (spigot at bottom