> kobieta_na_pasach napisała:
> > dominikjandomin napisał:
> > > A ty myślisz, ze srebro to jakiś magiczny środek, który zabije
> > a "te
> > > dobre" oszczędzi?
> > juz egipcjanie znali wlasnosci bakteriobojcze srebra.poczytaj w
> Rozumiesz słowo pisane?
> Bakteriobójcze własności srebra sa naukowo stwierdzone.
Otoz nie sa.
"From approximately 1990, especially with the emerging problem of
antibiotic resistance , there has been a resurgence of the
promotion of colloidal silver as an alternative medicine treatment,
marketed with claims that it can prevent or treat numerous
diseases. In vitro evidence of an antimicrobial effect of
colloidal silver is mixed; some studies have found it to lack any
antibacterial effect, while others have reported colliodal
solutions of 5-30ppm as being effective against staph and
e.coli There are no clinical trials showing that any
preparation of colloidal silver is effective in vivo.
Colloidal silver products are legally available at health food
stores in the United States and Australia and are marketed over the
Internet as a dietary supplement. It is illegal in the U.S. and
Australia for marketers to make claims of medical effectiveness for
colloidal silver, but some websites still list its use for the
prevention of colds and flu, and the treatment of more serious
conditions such as diabetes, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome,
HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis, among other diseases. There is
no medical evidence that colloidal silver is effective for any of
these claimed indications. Silver is not an essential
mineral in humans; there is no dietary requirement for silver, and
no such thing as a silver "deficiency".
Currently, there are no evidence-based medical uses for ingested
colloidal silver. There are no clinical studies in humans
demonstrating effectiveness, and several reports of toxicity.The
U.S. National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine has
issued an advisory indicating that the marketing claims made about
colloidal silver are scientifically unsupported, and that the silver
content of marketed supplements varies widely and can pose risks to
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