From The Publisher
The information contained here is intended as a resource only. I do not claim or promise that Colloidal Silver ‘cures’ infectious disorders or diseases.
Any information herein is not to be taken as medical advice and the individual should consult the healer of their choice for such.
It is, however, proven that silver has tremendous antimicrobial power and the history of safe and successful Colloidal Silver use is extensive.
I will attempt to pass information on to you, and with that in mind, you may decide for yourself.
Please be open-minded in your research, and perhaps even a bit cautious. Some writers make references to Colloidal Silver and state facts which actually relate to Silver Salts or Silver Compounds. The result is confusion and even fear about Colloidal Silver. One specific example is the condition known as Argyria, which you may have read about already, and will be disussed in the following article.
Colloidal Silver Causes Argyria?
Argyria (Argyriosis) is a condition caused by large amounts of Silver Compounds being deposited into the skin. It is also caused by ingesting particles of Silver which are too large to pass through the body. If Argyria occurs, the skin may appear a bluish gray, mostly visible on the face and hands. Many claims are made that Colloidal Silver causes this, and be assured there are no documented cases of Argyria caused by true Colloidal Silver in its pure form, (meaning: tiny, microscopic particles of silver suspended in distilled water- and nothing else) It should also be said here that there are only a few documented cases of this occurring. Argyria caused by true Colloidal Silver is extremely uncommon.
Many articles and warnings are written on this topic, and if the proper research is done, you may find that either the source has been misinformed and misled, or the source is deliberately trying to cause confusion about Colloidal Silver and mislead the reader. It is easy to become confused in this area, because many words and phrases are used as if they are interchangeable, and they are not. There is a distinct difference between Colloidal Silver and Silver Proteins or Silver Compounds. It is wise to use your mind and your judgement to decipher what the source is trying to accomplish.
One interesting case is Stan Jones, a politician from Montana. He produced his own Colloidal Silver using a silver generator. He used tap water, (a definite NO-No...) and following the manufacturers' instructions, he added salt to produce the Colloidal Silver. Subsequently he fell victim to slight Argyria, after consuming large quantities of Colloidal Silver per day, and over a long period of time. His story made big news, but the story told to the world was incomplete and at the same time over-exaggerated by the use of enhanced photos. He himself, has set the record straight in many subsequent interviews and beyond all of the publicity, he remains a strong supporter of Colloidal Silver.