Has anyone with GBM tried Colloidal Silver?

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Has anyone with GBM tried Colloidal Silver?

by Kerimac100 on Fri Nov 16, 2012 12:04 PM

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Wondering if any GBM victims have used Colloidal Silver? I am having an MRI on Monday (Nov 19) & intend starting CS straight after, so I can compare the results of my next MRI. My last MRI, a couple of months ago was surprisingly good. I have been taking Lypospheric Vitamin C since the last one but before the scan I had only Temodar on  a 5day on, 28 off basis.I live in New Zealand & Avastin is not available here.

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by phyllischarles on Sat Nov 17, 2012 01:45 AM

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What is Colloidal Silver?

 

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by Kerimac100 on Sat Nov 17, 2012 03:04 AM

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On Nov 17, 2012 1:45 AM phyllischarles wrote:

What is Colloidal Silver?

 

I suggest you Google it. The easiest way to find out anything & the fullest, clearest answers. Many people swear by it. Thanks for your interest.

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by jon4156 on Sat Nov 17, 2012 10:06 PM

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Colloidal Silver is silver particles suspended in a liquid which some people ingest claiming it cures many ailments.  There is no scientific evidence that it cures anything, however if you drink enough of it your skin will turn blue.

Many people make many claims.  More important is what your doctor claims and I hope you talk with your doctor before consuming any silver.

RE: Has anyone with GBM tried Colloidal Silver?

by Kerimac100 on Sat Nov 17, 2012 10:22 PM

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On Nov 17, 2012 10:06 PM jon4156 wrote:

Colloidal Silver is silver particles suspended in a liquid which some people ingest claiming it cures many ailments.  There is no scientific evidence that it cures anything, however if you drink enough of it your skin will turn blue.

Many people make many claims.  More important is what your doctor claims and I hope you talk with your doctor before consuming any silver.

it is best to research for an informed definition, as I 1st suggested. Colloidal silver will not turn your skin blue but some incorrect mixtures of silver can - long ago & far away! I did not suggest it would cure but wondered what effect it might have on something that science has not been able to come up with a cure for. 

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by siblingof on Sat Nov 17, 2012 11:43 PM

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It kind of reminds me of the medieval notion that you could cure bubonic plague by ingesting powdered emeralds. Don't suggest I google it, please. I don't feel like it. But I did google Avastin and New Zealand, and got this. http://www.avastin.co.nz/

RE: Has anyone with GBM tried Colloidal Silver?

by Kerimac100 on Thu Nov 29, 2012 02:32 AM

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you seint me 'proof' that Avastin is available in NZ. Yes, it is available to millionaires. it is not Govt funded. 

kind thoughts, 

Kerimac100

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by vwxyz on Thu Nov 29, 2012 06:03 PM

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It is supposed to help in the healing of open cuts, scrapes, open sores  "on"  the skin.  My roofer contractor used it on his cuts.  I have not had the experience to use it.  I am from the old school applying neosporin and bandaides.

There are different types of silver.  One permanently turns the skin blue if it is ingested (not sure which one). 

Medical history tells us that centuries ago the babies born from families that fed their babies with a "silver" spoon survived more of the onslot of illnesses compared to babies fed with other materials.  It is believed the silver of the spoon had something to do with supporting the  immune system in small amounts. Thus, the expression "Born with a silver spoon in your mouth."   J.

P.S. I do not see why adults can't use real silverware for themselves as well.

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by GeauxTigers on Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:06 PM

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Colloidal silver does indeed turn you blue. There is a gentleman in Austin, tx called the smurf who consumed so much he's blue. Got a white beard. Looks like papa smurf.
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