posted on May, 1 2009 @ 04:20 PM
Originally posted by precicio
Atom Sized Colloidal Silver is the anwer, Silver has been reported and test by research institutions to be anti viral, anti bacterial, anti microbial,
it has even been reported to kill HIV-1.
Why dont they promote the use of colloidal silver?
Its too cheap, and the major pharmas will not benefit as much.
You can get Trace Noble Metal Silver in water that is actually atom sized, and it NOT made with any chemicals here:
Thank you, but I'd rather not wind up looking like a Smurf.
* A 56-year-old man who had sold and used colloidal silver for three years, developed blue/gray discoloration of his fingernails accompanied by a
very high blood level of silver.
* A married couple who had three years of daily consumption of a drink prepared by administering an electrolytic charge to a bowl of water that
contained a silver bar.
* Another couple had been taking a silver-containing "dietary supplement" prescribed by a naturopath.
* A mentally ill man who had been drinking silver-containing herbal tea for about 10 months.
* Stan Jones, Montana's Libertarian Party candidate for the U.S. Senate, who reportedly started taking colloidal silver in 1999 for fear that Y2K
disruptions might lead to a shortage of antibiotics.
* Two men, ages 63 and 76, developed argyria after a year of product use inspired by Internet claims.
* A 16-year-old boy developed blue-gray pigmentation of his entire body after ingesting a silver-containing dietary supplement for a year. The
product, packaged so that it was identical to bottled water, was touted as a preventive for everyday infections.
* A 58-year-old man who treated a presumed kidney infection with a home-brewed colloidal solution 12 times a day for 4 days developed argyria
about 4 weeks later.
* A 38-year-old man developed argyria after ingesting approximately 16 ounces of 450 ppm colloidal silver three times a day for 10 months to treat
his arthritis and other conditions.
What do "alternative medicine" providers have in common with Big Pharma? They both want to make money. One tells you that the "mainstream"
medicines are hurting you; one tells you that the alternatives are much worse. Sometimes, they're both correct.