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originally posted by: Lysergic
So anecdotal at best?
originally posted by: liejunkie01
I was hoping the burritos I just had would be on the list.
No fruit snacks or Takis either.
I'm gonna die. Someday
originally posted by: Boadicea
a reply to: Willtell
Thank you for posting this. Right here and right now, there is no more crucial and valuable information for all of us than how to take care of ourselves. There is no treatment for CoV-19 unless and until severe complications develop. And if the worse/worst case scenarios being projected become a reality, there is no guarantee of professional medical care for anyone.
I've been doing my own research, and I plan on posting info soon too. I'm finding that some of these products are sold out online and in-store. At least the ones I've personally looked for. Perhaps most or even all of them are. Let's hope manufacturers and retailers can re-stock soon, eh?
And oh! One I can add to the list: L-Lysine seems to have antiviral/antibacterial properties. It has been effective against HIV, one of the reported components of CoV-19.
So those products you're buying at the supermarket...
...are produced in china...
..and unregulated by the FDA.
Vitamin C only works if it bypasses your stomach.
It's time to start a garden if you want any benefits from such things.
I'll betcha dollars to donuts that we could both find peer reviewed clinical studies and reviews published in medical journals establishing their healing properties.... but you would actually have to want to find them.
Colloidal silver isn't considered safe or effective for any of the health claims manufacturers make. Silver has no known purpose in the body. Nor is it an essential mineral, as some sellers of silver products claim.
However, no sound scientific studies to evaluate these health claims have been published in reputable medical journals. In fact, the Food and Drug Administration has taken action against some manufacturers of colloidal silver products for making unproven health claims.
It's not clear how much colloidal silver may be harmful, but it can build up in your body's tissues over months or years. Most commonly, this results in argyria (ahr-JIR-e-uh), a blue-gray discoloration of your skin, eyes, internal organs, nails and gums. While argyria doesn't usually pose a serious health problem, it can be a cosmetic concern because it doesn't go away when you stop taking silver products.
Argyria is a skin disorder triggered by exposure to certain metallic elements that can give rise to various cosmetic and health abnormalities. Know all about the causes, risk factors, symptoms and preventive measures of this disease. Argyria Definition This rare disorder results from extreme exposure to various chemical forms of silver, silver compounds and silver dust. The main characteristic of the disease is bluish-gray to slate-gray coloration of the patient’s skin as well as mucous membranes due to silver particle deposits in the skin. It is not contagious and may develop in a generalized or a localized form.Argyria
plus if Jim Baker is hocking it you know it's some BS.
edit on 17-3-2020 by hounddoghowlie because: (no reason given)