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Josh-D. S. Davis

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silly silly people, in high ranking positions.
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Montana candidate turns self blue with colloidal silver
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i never heard of this!

check out more info about the condition called ARGYRIA:
Overloading the body's natural eliminative systems with silver causes the body to store some excess silver in the face, which over time can result in a pronounced gray complexion. Argyria is strictly a nontoxic, cosmetic condition. However, argyria is quite serious in that it is thought to be permanent, much like a tattoo.


heres one lady's story

what it is

HA read about this company online trying to sell the silver stuff saying that "There has never been a case of Argyria caused by ELECTRICALLY produced IONIZED silver" - but thats what that politician did!

This is funny:
""Blue Bloods - Argyria
Wealthy “nobles” were called blue bloods because of the blueness of their skin.
These people used silver plates, bowls, and utensils almost exclusively when eating and, over a long period of time, they ingested considerable amounts of large particles of silver (which is not the same as Colloidal Silver). This caused a permanent discolouration of the skin due to silver-compound deposits. This condition is known today as argyria.
Unfortunately for these "Blue Bloods", the silver particles they ingested were far too large to have been of any use against infections. ""

ack, last winter a guy at whole foods told me to take "cell salts" for my acne
"bioplasma" containing 12 cell sats, i dont see silver on the list but its the latin names, but i looked it up and there's no silver in it, just
forms of salt and phosphorus etc.
pretty freaky, maybe if i was UBER goth, i'd WANT to be grey
yeaaa.....

-=wawa=-

Yah, I'd seen people freaking out , not realizing colloidal silver would do that to them.

Well, silver is not an essential mineral in anyting but the most minor of trace amounts. Due to it's resilliance as a metal, it's only logical that it would build up. Luckily, it's not toxic like mercury or lead, but still.

You know, they used to think tomatos were toxic, because the acid would pull up the lead from the pewter plates and people would get lead poisoning from it.

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