Colloidal silver is one of the best things i have ever been told about...If you want to rid your self of a cold-flue with in a few hours then i would
recommend this product...I personally have used it for many aliments from burns,cuts,rashes,sunburns and the list goes on...
Oh!!! and another thing you can do is use it as a water purifier just add 50 mils to a ltr or water and wait 10 min before drinking
Colloidal silver is a powerful antimicrobial liquid containing silver ions with helps destroy bacteria,fungi and viruses.
DO NOT REFRIGERATE and keep it away from electro-magnetic fields
History and applications
Prior to 1938, colloidal silver was widely promoted as a "cure-all", and silver products were prescribed by physicians as topical antibiotics.
However, with the development of more effective, less expensive antibiotics such as penicillin and sulfanilamide, medical use of colloidal silver
ceased. From approximately 1990, there has been a resurgence of the promotion of colloidal silver as an alternative medicine treatment, marketed
with claims that it can prevent or treat numerous diseases. In vitro evidence of an antimicrobial effect of colloidal silver is mixed; some studies
have found it to lack any antibacterial effect, while others have reported an effect attributed to silver ions which coexist in the colloid.
There is no evidence that any preparation of colloidal silver is effective in vivo.
Colloidal silver products are legally available at health food stores in the United States and Australia and are marketed over the Internet as a
dietary supplement. It is illegal in the U.S. and Australia for marketers to make claims of medical effectiveness for colloidal silver, but some
websites still list its use for the prevention of colds and flu, and the treatment of more serious conditions such as diabetes, cancer, chronic
fatigue syndrome, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis, among other diseases. There is no medical evidence that colloidal silver is effective for any of
these claimed indications. Silver is not an essential mineral in humans; there is no dietary requirement for silver, and no such thing as a
Currently, there are no evidence-based medical uses for colloidal silver. There are no clinical studies in humans demonstrating effectiveness, and
several reports of toxicity. The U.S. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine has issued an advisory indicating that the
marketing claims made about colloidal silver are scientifically unsupported, and that the silver content of marketed supplements varies widely and can
pose risks to the consumer.
 Toxicities and interactions
Main article: Argyria
Excessive intake of silver products may result in a condition known as argyria, one symptom of which is blue or gray discoloration of the skin.
The discoloration occurs when silver is deposited in the skin and then darkened by sunlight, just as silver particles in photographic film darken when
exposed to sunlight. Localized argyria can occur as a result of topical use of silver-containing remedies, while generalized argyria results from the
ingestion of colloidal silver. Arygria is usually permanent, and there is no known effective treatment. While argyria is usually benign and
limited to skin discoloration, there are isolated reports of more serious neurologic, renal, or hepatic complications. A death has been reported in
the medical literature as a result of colloidal silver use; in that case, a 71-year-old man developed status epilepticus which the authors felt was
due to silver toxicity.
A number of case reports describe argyria after ingestion of colloidal silver marketed as an alternative-medicine treatment. Colloidal silver may
theoretically interact with some medications, including tetracycline and quinolone antibiotics and penicillamine, reducing the effectiveness of those
 Government regulation
In August 1999, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned colloidal silver sellers from claiming any therapeutic value for the product,
noting that such products were being marketed for numerous diseases without evidence of effectiveness. The FDA also banned over-the-counter sale of
drug products containing colloidal silver due to the lack of safety or efficacy data. The product now has the status of a dietary supplement in the
US; it can be promoted with general "structure-function" claims, but cannot be marketed as preventing or treating any illness. Following this
ruling, the FDA has issued numerous warnings to Internet sites which have continued to promote colloidal silver as an antibiotic or for other medical
In 2002, the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) found that there were no legitimate medical uses for colloidal silver and no evidence
to support its marketing claims. Given the associated safety risks, the TGA concluded that "efforts should be made to curb the illegal availability
of colloidal silver products, which is a significant public health issue.