Companies that sell colloidal silver, which could provide protection against infection with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), now face possible reprimand from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for selling “fraudulent products.”
The federal agency, which only considers pharmaceuticals to possess any medical benefits, says it recently issued warning letters to multiple firms instructing them to stop suggesting that colloidal silver can in any way help prevent, treat, mitigate, diagnose or cure the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
Instead of focusing on FDA-approved pharmaceuticals, which maim and kill hundreds of thousands of Americans every year, the FDA has instead indicated that it will be “actively monitoring” companies that sell colloidal silver to ensure that they’re not trying to help people avoid infection using this natural alternative.
“The FDA is exercising its authority to protect consumers from firms selling unapproved products and making false or misleading claims, including, by pursuing warning letters, seizures, or injunctions against products and firms or individuals that violate the law,” the agency further indicated in an announcement on its “Health Fraud Scams” website.
In order to make way for an eventual Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, the FDA is trying to clear out natural things like colloidal silver, vitamin C, zinc, and quinone that threaten to expose the inevitable jab “solution” as unnecessary, and thus fraudulent.
The colloidal silver companies targeted by the FDA as part of its crackdown include:
• JRB Enterprise Group Inc. DBA Anti-Aging Bed
• Halosense Inc.
• Bioactive C60/FullerLifeC60 LLC
• Xephyr LLC dba N-ergetics
• GuruNanda, LLC
• Quinessence Aromatherapy Ltd
• Vivify Holistic Clinic
• Colloidal Vitality LLC
• The Jim Baker Show
• Herbal Amy Inc.
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Say what it might about colloidal silver, but the FDA is just plain wrong when it comes to completely discounting it as “fraudulent.” While we can’t say for sure that colloidal silver is a certifiable cure for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), it remains a scientific fact that silver ions are powerfully antiviral.
Long before pharmaceutical drugs even existed, silver was commonly used to kill harmful microbes, whether they be bacteria or viruses. Research into colloidal silver has found that it’s capable of killing more than 650 known pathogens, including the smallpox virus and even HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).
Colloidal silver is also capable of attaching to the outer protein shells of viruses and foiling their attempts at attaching to host cells, effectively preventing infection.
“Colloidal silver may be a lifeline or just a gimmick – only time will tell,” reports Film Daily. “Clearly there is a lot of positive information about colloidal silver which, in the absence of a mainstream solution, is not something to be dismissed outright.”
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