NO! Absolutely Not!

There are vested interests behind colloidal silver bad press.

The blue grandpa “smurf” images of Paul Karason’s Argyria (an almost permanent blue skin disease) that has been littered across the Internet and mainstream media by anti colloidal silver propagandists sells half truth at best.

Hardly any website carrying Paul Karason’s Argyria photo mentions that he made his own crude large particle colloidal silver and drank at least a pint and up to quart a day for years! Whereas the normal dosage is a tablespoon of CS one to three times daily, depending on the severity of infection.

Despite the super-effective healing properties and numerous positive claims about Colloidal Silver, it is still ignored by the medical community at large. It is unfortunate that while the toxic antibiotics pushed by the medical community have a host of harmful side effects compared to Colloidal silver that has shown no toxicity to humans, the latter is still considered something of a pariah and even slandered.

In fact, the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health reports that colloidal silver may cause poor absorption of some drugs, but there is no conclusive research proving that side effects of colloidal silver use even exist.

Nonetheless, it is not uncommon to come across numerous warnings about Colloidal Silver/silver water causing an irreversible skin condition called argyria (when people turn blue). However, please be informed that this is caused by misuse not of true colloidal silver as is marketed by, but of other cheaper products that are marketed as colloidal silver, such as ionic silver or silver protein.

You can read more about it in our FAQ section under the question: Does Colloidal Silver cause Argyria or “Blue Skin”?