The use of stainless steel with zappers comes back in a regular basis.
Stainless steel has a nice look, and is widely used on food processing industry an BigPharm industry. So much that if elsewhere, it isn’t stainless steel , it doesn’t look professional.
When used at room temperature (or lower), stainless steel is quite stable. Use-it with hot, juicy acid food like lemon or tomatoes, and the stain-less will show less stain than steel, but still…
Zappers works with low currents (high enough to provoke irritation or small burns, when badly used).
What Dr Hulda Clark thinks of stainless steel? Here is a compilation of all the “stainless steel” words used on her big and heavy documentation (3200+ pages divided into her 6 books, over a 11 years span.
1993 - The Cure For All Cancers
pp142 : Food preparation : “Cook your food in glass, enamel, ceramic or microwavable pots and pans. Throw away all metal ware, foil wrap, and metal-capped salt shakers… …”
pp143 : “Why are we still using stainless steel cookware when it contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel? Because it is rustproof and shiny and we can’t see any deterioration. BUT ALL METAL SEEPS! Throw those metal pots away.”
pp582 : Health improvement recipes : “… … Your largest enamel or ceramic (not stainless steel, not aluminum) cooking pot, … …”
1993 : The Cure for HIV and AIDS - No mention of Stainless Steel.
1995 – The Cure For All Cancers
pp431 : Food preparation : “Why are we still using stainless steel cookware when it contains18% chromium and 8% nickel? Because it is rustproof and shiny and we can’t see any deterioration. BUT ALL METAL SEEPS! Throw those metal pots away. Get your essential minerals from foods, not cookware.
Never, never drink or cook with the water from your hot water faucet. If you have an electric hot water heater the heating element releases metal.”
pp543 : Health improvement recipes : “… … Your largest enamel or ceramic (not stainless steel, not aluminum) cooking pot, … …”
1999 : The Cure for All Advanced Cancers
pp18 : Cell defense mechanisms : “… … but in a cancer patient this mechanism is very weak. There is very little reducing power in the blood. Why someone loses their reducing power is not known, but I think it’s largely due to exposure to heavy metals, like nickel and chromium from stainless steel cookware, or cadmium from galvanized water pipes, or mercury, thallium and germanium (the toxic kind) from Amalgam tooth fillings.”
pp120 : Don’t eat carcinogenic metals : “Cook in glass or ceramic pots, not stainless steel, which releases chromium and nickel, two of the most carcinogenic metals.”
pp128 : Can the governments protect us? : “Their group I category, which list agents that “are carcinogenic to humans,” has both benzene (indisputably carcinogenic) and nickel, (used in our coinage and stainless steel cookware and tooth fillings).”
pp517 : Food rules : “* A stainless steel pressure cooker and glass bowls with lids to fit inside.”
2000 : Syncrometer Science Laboratory Manual - No mention of Stainless Steel.
2004 : The Prevention Off All Cancers
pp336 : Dental aftercare : “* one or two stainless steel strainers for food preparation”
pp526 : Kitchen Necessities : “* Stainless steel and HDPE cutlery and utensils. * stainless steel bowls, meat platters, graters, funnels… …”
“… … To COOK, use stainless steel only. To fry use stainless steel or iron skillet, not Teflon coated… … To store food, use HDPE and stainless steel containers.”
Personal conclusions : Heat (molecular agitation) increases leech; Acidity of foods “eats” (combines with) metal in contact with them. Electricity makes metal ions to migrate into the electrolyte through the positive anode. (The electrolyte, in our topic, is your body
This reaction is useful in electroplating, and should be avoided in a zapper.
Nowhere the mention of stainless steel is made for zapper’s electrodes. Guess why…