Blue Man Fraud
Undoubtedly, many of you have seen the infamous "blue man" on television. I have seen him make two appearances myself; one on a major network morning show and the other on "Oprah". Apparently, this man, whose skin is a freakish shade of blue, claims that he attempted to cure a medical condition by ingesting colloidal silver. Anyone who has interviewed him took him at his word, but there is more to this story that would make his claims appear to be fraudulent. Colloidal silver is a substance that is used legitimately as a dietary supplement and when used properly, would not have produced such a blue hue. However, this man made his own compound which he thought to be colloidal silver, but in fact, the homemade solution has a very high concentration of ionic silver and was not colloidal silver. The solution also contained salt and used a concentration of electrolysis which created silver chloride with large silver particles, which, in turn, created a condition called argyria. He also applied the solution topically and used a tanning bed to sustain the silver in his body. Had this man actually taken the appropriate dietary supplement known as colloidal silver, this would have never happened to him. Colloidal Silver can be purchased, already properly prepared and bottled which can be used as a dietary supplement. If this sounds like news to you, the fact is that silver has been used for centuries as a way to purify water and it has also been known to contain antibacterial agents. The moral of the story is to do your homework and know where your products are being manufactured to get the very best in quality and care. This post is sponsored by Pay Per Post.