Talk:Colloidal silver

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Paul Karason[edit]

Shouldn't he be listed with Stan Jones? I mean he was using a silver and salt mix so he should fall in the same category. I understand taking too much could affect you badly and change your skin color but it would be the same way with carrots, too much and your orange. Besides, I have noticed they don't even focus on studying it but are quick to do studies on other medications that end up getting sued due to them causing death.--Ultimate SlimeRimuru Slime.png 15:50, 24 August 2017 (UTC)

Blue Man Group[edit]

They need to be featured more prominently throughout the article.CorruptUser (talk) 22:55, 4 September 2017 (UTC)

Silver charm bracelets[edit]

Would wearing one of the above (or silver jewellery in general) placing in contact with the afflicted area and letting sweat etc react with the metal produce the same result as colloidal silver at a fraction of the price? Anna Livia (talk) 18:33, 24 October 2017 (UTC)

Study on Nanoparticle Silver[edit]

After doing deep searching and looking past all the top recommended sites by Google i bumped across NCBI. They did a study on nanoparticle silver, anyone want to point out if this study is bullshit? --リムルテンペストRimuru Slime.png 17:25, 10 March 2018 (UTC)

The Scientific Evidence section states that it has shown to have properties in vitro. Does the study you linked to make a claim beyond this? I can only see the abstract but I suppose you can see more or you wouldn't have posted it. Bob"Life is short and (insert adjective)" 20:17, 10 March 2018 (UTC).

True colloidal silver[edit]

I am 1 of the many long term ( 20yrs now ) users of true colloidal silver. And I make it my self. It has gotten me and my husband through many flus, colds, pneumonia, as well as cancer 6yrs ago..! It is absolutely true the FDA has demonized it since the 30s for the sake of chemical companies and their greed. It is a well known fact that it cures over 660 viruses, bacteria. There are many studies. But because it is a conspiracy it is difficult to find them, but not impossible. But obviously you may think what you like. And please by all means, if you get really sick feel free to take their chemo, radiation and antibiotics, which kills not just the bad things but all the helpful and essential microbes as well. Not to mention the fact that none of their "cures" are anywhere close to being natural and have been proven to cause cancer along with a plethora of other illnesses. But if your reading this an are sick and you are serious about getting well I would suggest you not listen to the idiot nay sayers and do the research. True colloidal silver has NO side effects! It does not have nitrates, has no salt, it's pure water and electrified small particle pure silver. And is used and known to cure everything from colds to aids If it's a fungus, bacteria, virus, and yes even buchlisum and it's symptoms! Which I might add is not that uncommon! Does anyone remember chipotle grill recently?? Food poisoning happens all the time! — Unsigned, by: / talk

Just about everything you claim is debunked by reputable sources in our article. —cosmikdebris talk stalk 19:28, 15 May 2021 (UTC)
Looking at the IP post above I'm honestly impressed that someone has managed to cram so much error into a single paragraph.Bob"Life is short and (insert adjective)" 08:19, 16 May 2021 (UTC)