The truth about Colloidal SilverBy
Colloidal Silver has been used for over 4,000 years by the Babylonians, Indians and Greeks to treat a wide range of illnesses. Physicians routinely used silver to treat wounds during the Roman Empire and through the middle ages. Silver mineral treatments in that time consisted of placing a silver utensil or coin in a glass of water. Some people today still remember their grandparents placing a silver dollar in a glass of water before they went to bed to drink when they awoke.
Many people of royalty used silver utensils, drank from silver cups, and eat from silver plates. This high amount silver leached into their food and then into their bloodstream ultimately ended up in their skin giving them the name blue-bloods.
More recent Paul Karason turned blue from using silver his photo has been all over the internet trying to prove the hazards of drinking silver. Two things that most people don’t know about this story are that Karason drank ground silver particles and also rubbed it on his skin, (he may have also not used distilled water – impurities can increase the silver color of the skin) this dosage is extremely high and very unsafe. According to Karason his skin discoloring was a gradual 10 year span. Karason still drinks colloidal silver and swears by its healing properties.
This is the safest and most common method to take colloidal silver today. This process uses a small amount of electricity to remove small of silver molecules. These small molecules easily spread through body where it’s been known to kill over 650 disease-causing pathogens. Nano silver is safe and can be taken orally, topically, rectally and even directly on the eyes. People have drank a half a pint a day of high concentrate colloidal nano silver for 2 years straight without any blue skin or side effects, just positive results.
The University of Texas has also tested silvers effectiveness in fighting HIV virus.