HR Method


I have recently become aware of an excellent source for the ORMUS elements. This source is a rock powder which contains the m-state elements in approximately the following ratios:


HR source rock in front with powdered HR in center of plate

The chemicals and procedures involved with the following process are dangerous and can form toxic gasses. You should not attempt this process if you are unfamiliar with the safety procedures involved in working with these materials and procedures.

Here is the method for making the "HR" m-state liquid:

Take about 2 pounds or 900 mg (about 2 cups) of rock powder and add 16 cups (about 4 liters) of 1% HCl. Add an ounce of 1% H2O2. Then add 200 mg of calcium hypochlorite with 70% available chlorine (from pool/spa dealer) dissolved in distilled water. This is dissolved at about two teaspoons in a quart of distilled water and dripped in over a period of a week. The originator of this procedure puts it in a saline solution bottle with a small needle for the drip so that it will drip in over a period of a week. The pH of the solution should be at about 0.1.

Add 3% by weight of salt to the liquid mix to bring the mix to 3% salinity. Drip 1% H2O2 into the solution for five days. The originator uses about 10-15 ml of 35% H2O2 in a beer bottle full of distilled water. He sucks a portion of this into a syringe with a needle allowing some air in the syringe so that fluctuations in temperature will pump the drip. The ORP (Oxidation/Reduction Potential) should be maintained at 400 mv and should not exceed 500 mv.

The mix should be tumbled continuously or shaken/stirred 8 to 10 times per day for 5 days and 2 times per day for 7 days thereafter.

At one week add sufficient 1% HCl to bring the mix back down to pH 0.1. Also at one week add an additional 200 mg amount of calcium hypochlorite using the same procedure specified above. Let this mix sit for two more weeks shaking twice a day.

This will result in a grass green solution and undissolved solids. Pour or siphon off the clear liquid and filter it to remove all suspended solids. Take the filtered liquid and bring the pH  up to 1.9. If at pH 1.9 you  get a beautiful deep purple color like Concord grape juice, toss the solution as it has gone to metal chloride. You should still have the green color at pH 1.9. Let this solution sit for a couple of hours.

Bottle on left contains purple chlorides which have gone metallic
Center bottle contains orange precipitate at pH 6.5
Right bottle contains green solution at pH 0.1

Next we drop out certain remaining metals from the solution. These metals (which include iron and nickel) will drop out if you bring the pH of the solution up to 2.8 and raise the ORP to 900 mv using 35% hydrogen peroxide. This is necessary to convert metal chlorides in solution to metal oxides which will drop out of solution. Ordinarily these metals don't drop out of solution till around pH 7 but the peroxide oxidizes them sufficiently that they drop out at this low pH.

If you bring it up to pH 2 slowly, and then let it rest for a couple of hours you will get some precipitate as you bring it further up to pH 4. After you bring it up to pH 4  let it rest for at least four hours. After four hours adjust the pH up to 6.5 using a weak solution of sodium hydroxide. If you bring the pH up slowly using a very dilute solution of sodium hydroxide you should be able to get a clear final product. The sodium hydroxide solution should be at a pH of around 9 when you drip it into the HR solution.

All of these processes are done with sodium hydroxide mixed with water at the rate of one pound of sodium hydroxide per gallon of distilled water.

This liquid will be orange/brown in color. While working and storing this liquid it is best to keep it in a cardboard box inside of a cheap steel can.

The HR method can be used on any rock which contains the ORMUS elements and which does not contain toxic metals. You can obtain rock which generally meets these criteria by purchasing paramagnetic "rock dust" soil supplements. We have confirmed a direct correlation between the paramagnetic properties of a given soil or rock source and the m-state content of that source. You will want to be sure that the paramagnetic measurements are high (above 500 or so) and that the assay provided by the rock dust supplier does not include significant amounts of lead, arsenic, nickel and other toxic metals. You can find information about paramagnetic soil supplements through organic gardening suppliers. A list of rock dust suppliers can be found at:

You can find more information about the connection between paramagnetic materials and the m-state materials in my article at: