If you are into living a healthy lifestyle you may have heard about colloidal metals or in particular colloidal silver. You may want to rethink taking that stuff anymore after reading this.
Enthusiasts of colloidal silver believe the metal’s antibacterial properties will keep them from getting sick. There’s no clinical proof that it actually works. On the other hand there is definitive proof that taking too much can leave people permanently blue like a Smurf.
There was once a man named Paul Karson. After self medicating he overdosed on taking colloidal silver and it turned his skin a blue/silvery color. He rose to fame on the inter-webs a few years back due to his unique condition and came to be known The colloidal silver man, the real blue man or sometimes referred to as papa smurf.
The medical name for it called Argyria has been found a few times before. Other famously known patients are Rosemary Jacobs and Stan Jones. Apparently they all lived fairly long and healthy lives.
Rosemary overdosed on silver when taking nose drops pescibed by a dermatologist to her for reoccurring allergies. Jones now runs a website alerting people to the dangers of taking silver.
Stan Jones condition was caused by his fear of Y2K back in the day that it would cause antibiotics to be come available.
With him dead I have only one question, “With papa smurf dead, who will lead us against Gargamel!?
He should have been using this tried and proven diet plan instead: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet & Action Plans: 4-Week Meal Plans to Heal the Immune System and Restore Overall Health