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Colloidal Silver Supplements: What's the Right Dosage?

By    |   Monday, 14 September 2015 04:55 PM

With the movement toward fighting disease and infections with natural substances, many are turning toward colloidal silver supplements, but without the right dosage, taking it could be dangerous.

Dosage of colloidal silver depends on several factors that differ for each individual including body weight, general health, and antioxidant levels.

According to ColloidalWorld.com, the standard dosage of the supplement is 1 tablespoon of 50 ppm colloidal silver every 24 hours.

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The Silver Safety Council breaks down
dosage into three formulas based on how a person plans to use the supplement. There is an equation for determining daily, short-term, and lifetime use.

For daily dosage, the Council says to multiply the individual’s body weight in pounds by 12 and then divide that by the total parts per million, which can be found on the bottle. The resulting number is the maximum number of drops that should be taken each day.

For short-term use, it is recommended that the usage does not exceed 10 days per month. To find the maximum number of drops per day, multiply 120 by the person’s weight and then divide by the ppm.

In a person’s lifespan, they should not exceed the results of 306,600 multiplied by the person’s weight and divided by the ppm, the Council says. The number is the maximum total drops over the course of a lifetime a person should take of the silver supplement.

People who take colloidal silver supplements are strongly encouraged to have an intake of lots of antioxidants and drink plenty of water to avoid silver accumulation in their systems.

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Director of the Center for Drug Research Jeffrey Blumer says, like most of anything, within guidelines, silver intake can be safe.

“Common substances like table salt and aspirin are harmless with normal use, but excessive intake can become toxic and even life-threatening,” Blumer told Mercola.com. “With normal responsible usage, silver supplements are entirely harmless to humans.”

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