He wanted a cure, but became Papa Smurf instead
Paul Karason took too much colloidal silver. It's a wonder he isn't dead. (Photo: sonofmacenstein.com)
If you’re into miracle health cures that don’t involve proper diet and exercise, you’ve probably heard about colloidal silver. Even if you aren’t into magic elixirs, you’ve probably heard mention of colloidal silver’s healing properties. As the L.A. Times recently documented, there are those that believe that all the silver found in sprays, soaps, toothpastes and drops has the ability to kill germs, boost the immune system and improve overall health. Even though the EPA and OSHA have labeled it potentially toxic, colloidal silver is reputed to help against AIDS, cancer, malaria and athlete’s foot. I hear it also keeps away werewolves with athlete’s foot, in case you’re wondering.
Take too much of it and you’ll turn blue
Like Paul Karason and Montana politician Stan Jones before him, you’ll find that colloidal silver can collect under the skin and reacts with sunlight, turning the skin a soulful, permanent shade of blue. As Karason said on a recent episode of the “TODAY” show, it gets old. He’s “anxious to try green,” he says. I’m anxious to see if no faxing payday loans could help him get enough money together for a skin bleaching. … click here to read the rest of the article titled “Colloidal Silver Got You Blue? Talk to Paul Karason“