The list author says: "A few items i've been using in ormus extraction.
On Lye Solution Storage: Be aware that lye is VERY dangerous and has some special storage requirements once it's mixed into a liquid solution. You'll likely not want to store it in standard glass as the lye will eventually eat away at it. Borosilic glass (old pyrex, not new pyrex) or a milk jug with a triangle and number 2 stamped on the bottom are both safe storage containers. Personally, i use a milk jug.
Other Saltwork.us salts that contain ormus: Bokek Premium Dead Sea Salt, Morton White Crystal Salt, Himalayan Rose Salts (Pink salts), Bolivian pink salt, Pacific blue kosher flake sea salt, atlantic sea salt, new zealand pacific salt, Mediterranean sea salt and Alaea Hawaiian sea salt."
"verified to contain ormus, but it MUST be boiled strained and cooled before use because it does potentially contain some live organisms because of it's moisture content. Strain through a coffee filter or paper towel. My overall yield from a 5 pound bag was 2-2.5 cups of ormus."
"excellent for storage and giving out in small doses. 4 oz is about a 12 day supply at 2 tsp/day. Still need to keep bottles wrapped in foil and stored in a metal container and away from EM radiation / Fields (ANYTHING that uses electricity)."
"Excellent food grade lye. Works well in ormus wet method extraction. NOT to be confused with the "Red Devil Lye" drain cleaner that used to be a favorite in the community that has been reformulated and is not longer suitable for extraction. RED HOT DEVIL lye is excellent for use in extraction. Order directly from http://www.dudadiesel.com/"