Re: Warnings about Colloidal Silver

Laura Jordan ( laura@denverdirect.com )
Thu, 11 Feb 1999 07:51:23 -0700

No wonder they call that page "Quackwatch"!! They are all a bunch of
quacks and the studies were not performed on humans to verify if they
worked or not!!! They need to do further studies and get their facts
straight before they go spouting off on things like that. = )
Oh well, they'll be disproven one of these days. They're just trying to
scare people away from something that might actually work. By the way,
still no word on when memorial will be held for Allen's best friend or if
ashes will be present for service.

Laura and the Brat Pack

James G. Wilson wrote:

> Hey all,
>
> It has been brought to my attention (given the recent
> discussion of colloidal silver) that the FDA is trying to ban this
> substance due to "ineffectiveness" and "possible dangers." There is
> an interesting article about this topic at:
> http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/PhonyAds/
> silverad.html
> Since the parent site (www.quackwatch.com) is slanted toward
> anti-holistic methods, it is important to remember where this info
> comes from. However, I do believe that, since the FDA is involved in
> the colloidal silver matter, it bears some further investigation on
> the part of those wishing to use it on their feline friends. Does
> anyone's holistic vet prescribe the use of this substance? Please
> ask your vets before you use it. Take care, and best wishes.
>
> In loving memory of Vyvyan: March 20, 1988 - August 15, 1997
>
> James G. Wilson- phaedrus@npwt.net
>
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