colloidal silver protein
colloidal silver proteinAny of a family of non-FDA-approved compounds that have been promoted as essential mineral supplements for adults, pregnant and lactating women, and children, and have been available in various forms (per os, injectable, vaginal douche). They are claimed to be antiviral (e.g., herpes, HIV), antifungal (e.g., Candida), antibacterial (e.g., tuberculosis) and antiparasitic (e.g., malaria), immunostimulatory, anti-inflammatory, and effective in treating diabetes mellitus, chronic fatigue syndrome, allergies, cancer, as well as more than 600 other conditions.
There is no known peer-reviewed therapeutic role of colloidal silver protein.
Silver is not an essential mineral, has no known physiologic role, and when consumed in excess results in the irreversible condition argyria, which is characterised by a slate-grey skin colour, neurologic defects, diffuse deposition of silver in visceral organs and renal damage
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