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- noun Same as
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- noun medicine A condition caused by improper exposure to
silveror its compounds, the most dramatic symptombeing a bluish-grey discolorationof the skin.
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High solutions (100 parts per million or above) may carry an increased risk of side effects, including a condition called argyria, in which the skin darkens or turns blue.
It continued to be used in some over-the-counter medicines until 1999, when the FDA banned it because it causes argyria, which is a result of the silver reacting with light the same way it does in photography.
Minority parties have a tendency to be kook magnets, and the Libertarian Party is no exception (would you rather we talk about Stan Jones, who turned himself blue with argyria because of ongoing ingestion of colloidal silver?).
Minority parties have a tendency to be kook magnets, and the Libertarian Party is no exception would you rather we talk about Stan Jones, who turned himself blue with argyria because of ongoing ingestion of colloidal silver?
In 1996, a woman named Rosemary told a Canadian reporter what it's like to have argyria.
Not surprisingly, people who with argyria say their condition draws a lot of unwanted attention.
The only thing the hucksters donit claim colloidal silver can treat is argyria, an irreversible blue-gray skin condition caused by the ingestion of silver.
Paul Karason of Madera, CA, has argyria, which makes your skin blue.
Since most of us don't want a permanent skin color change, recommended dosages of nano-sized whole silver products at low parts (30 or below) per million, will not produce argyria, scientists say.
Further, a recent study indicates that argyria can only result from the consumption of ionic forms of silver, not from metallic silver or metallic silver nano-particle products.
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