Quote:Topical silver (used on the skin) has some appropriate medical uses, such as in bandages and dressings to treat burns, skin wounds, or skin infections. It’s also in medicines to prevent conjunctivitis (an eye condition) in newborns. However, there are no legally marketed prescription or over-the-counter drugs containing colloidal silver that are taken by mouth.
You are being deliberately misleading. There are medical uses for permethrin (which is a toxic insecticide) too. No would suggest ingesting the stuff. There are also medical uses for gamma radiation. So what?
The NCCIH (i.e. the scientific establishment... the part of the NIH that
works with the science of alternative medicine) says
NCCIH wrote:Silver has no known function or benefits in the body when taken by mouth.
Silver is not a nutritionally essential mineral or a useful dietary supplement.
You reject this scientific finding (backed by numerous studies), don't you.
Not to mention that the scientific institutions you are attacking are still developing new cures to diseases that were untreatable.
And hey, here's some good news concerning silver:
I don't attack science, ever. Just con men and the like.
If colloidal silver was ineffective or unsafe, I would have paid the price long ago. I have used it daily for at least 20 years. It not only is harmless, it heals many things for the cost of water that people pay for repeatedly over the counter or by prescriptions.
They develop bankrupting never-ending treatments to diseases that could be curable.
Curing diseases isn't lucrative; treating them can make you billions.