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Feds Call Colloidial Silver A Scam

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The FDA two years ago banned over-the-counter (non-prescription use) of products containing colloidial silver from making specific claims about treating disease, The Wall St. Journal reported. Still, the FDA and the Federal Trade Commission are "...having a hard time keeping colloidial silver from being sold over the Web." They noted that federal regulators characterized the product ".... as a total scam."

High blood pressure is defined as 140/90 or more, and in diabetics as 130/85. If left untreated, the risk of stroke, heart attack and kidney failure is increased.

A diet high in fruits and vegetables and low-fat dairy products is also recommended.

Feds Call Colloidial Silver A Scam Biography

Meeting of the American Society of Hypertension, N.Y.C., 2001.

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