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Tags: Health Topics | colloidal silver | supplements | daily | dose

Colloidal Silver Supplements: What's a Typical Daily Dose?

By    |   Thursday, 24 September 2015 06:04 PM

People looking for the best daily dose of colloidal silver supplements should talk to their doctors and look to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Dosage instructions encourage moderation when using silver supplements, since large dosages can lead to greater accumulation of the metal in human tissue, which can eventually cause argyria. This is when a person’s skin turns a blue-gray shade.

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The FDA does not advise consumers on restrictions of dosage, but a safety advisory from the organization makes reference to the Environmental Protection Agency’s recommendation of not exceeding 5 micrograms of silver per kilogram of body weight per day. That means a 160-pound person should be able to safely ingest .350 milligrams of silver per day.

Be aware the reference not only includes the silver inside supplements, but also the approximated amount of silver to which a person is exposed during the day in the air and water.

For people who are not taking colloidal silver on a daily basis and instead using it short-term, the generally accepted dosage is 1 ounce during a 24-hour period, according to ColloidalWorld.com.

Additionally, ColloidalWorld recommends that an individual also drink plenty of water — at least 1 liter — per day with preference to distilled water in order to avoid consuming more silver particles.

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