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Re: A new mainstream "politically well connected" form of ionic silver?
 
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Re: A new mainstream "politically well connected" form of ionic silver?


Yes, I'm getting paranoid about special interest groups and our governments concern over our health. Just try using supplements instead of Antibiotics and then try to pass off the cost on your taxes. Our wonderous IRS won't allow deductions for 'natural' cures...only 'doctor prescribed medicine'.

Hey, I'm curious about something:
Does anybody know what happens to metals after we take them? For instance: zinc, magnesium, vanadium - I take all these. Do they just come out in your urine, like Vitamin C or do they hang out in your body? The reason I'm questioning this is because I'm about to obtain some jeweler's silver and distilled water and a couple of batteries which make a generator and make some Collodial Silver. I've been told it is good for allergies and even a drop in a kid's eye to treat pink eye.

I also used to know 2 people who overdosed themselves on CS in Austin, Texas. It was a fad and they drank it all day everyday and the one guy turned bluish silver and the other (a black man) had his hands turn orangish. Anything in excess, I figure. Anyway, I also read recently that the skin color change is permanent and since I haven't seen these two guys in over a decade, I don't know if that's true or not...if true, it would seem to indicate that the CS you take in never leaves.

Anybody know anything about this?
 

 
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