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What is Plasma?
Plasma is an amazing way to regenerate
and repair damaged cells, returning them
to an original state of perfection.
We use elements such as carbon, iron,
zinc and copper as well as gold, silver
and other elementals. Herbs, crystals
and any other material can be used with
nanotechnology to create a plasma which
is known as the fourth state of matter
although it can more appropriately be
called the ﬁrst state of matter.
Plasma holds an extremely high vibration
and can be utilized for the beneﬁt of
humans, animals, and plants alike.
Changing the condition of the elements
from a material state to a nano state and
then to the form of plasma (GaNS, gas at
a nano state) increases the potential
energy of the substance.
Once a plasma is created the information
of the plasma can be copied into water,
at this point it can be used in a wide
variety of applications such as cosmetics,
medicines, pain relief gels or patches, etc.
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Liquid plasma is distilled water that has copied the
information of the plasma. Once a plasma has
been made from the material used it will hold the
charge or information indeﬁnitely. If you purchase
plasma you will be able to produce liquid plasma
without limit in amount and it never expires.
A small bottle has 15-20 mL of plasma. To make
liquid plasma follow these simple instructions:
1. Empty the plasma into a larger receptacle, one
liter to one gallon works best.
2. Let the plasma swirl, you can gently move the
container if desired.
3. Allow the plasma to material to settle to the
bottom of your receptacle, this can take up to
several hours or more.
4. Once the water is clear you can use the liquid
plasma in a variety of applications.
Making a Plasma Patch
Once you have prepared you liquid plasma you
simply put a thick paper towel or two in a zip-lock
bag. The size of bag can be determined by the area
you want to apply it on. The paper towel should be
dampened but not dripping. Seal the zip-lock and
place on area of pain or injury. In this manner a
patch can be re-used as often and as long as
necessary. We suggest using it while you sleep.
A patch will usually retain its energy charge 7 days.
The patches can be used in layers for
more effective results, we recommend
three layers, C02, CuO and Zn0 as an