Originally Posted by Vinyasi
You'd think that argyria was the first and foremost thing to worry about when ingesting, or absorbing, lots of silver? At least, that's what the underfed minds of humanity are bred to believe.
The oxidation of colloidal silver by the use of food grade hydrogen peroxide alters that reality by avoiding argyria altogether in favor of a new problem: what to do about the particles of silver which form within the stomach upon interaction with its hydrochloric acid secretions?
Eat a little beeswax!
But then, there's a new problem...
What to do about beeswax sticking to the teeth?
Melt it with oil, or butter. Not too much oil to prevent a greasy coating surrounding a confection dipped in this blend unless the oil and beeswax are going into another recipe, such as: a fudge brownie, or melted cheese via a macaroni & cheese recipe for instance.
Fortunate for me, my shopping cart
wiped out all of its data. Fortunate, since I did not enjoy the manual labor that went into it. But I did learn a thing or two since doing it gave me the self confidence to take a risk I had been staying away from: the consumption of massive amounts of silver through the mouth. I thought that diminishing consumption by limiting to absorption through the skin via a bath in silver hydroperoxide might adequately protect me from the risk of argyria - this risk being an indication of a failure to metabolize silver as a nutrient. But I was mistaken. The risk is not in any excessive quantity so much as in typology for external absorption through the skin of silver hydroperoxide supported by MSM and various mineral salts. For if only hydrogen peroxide food grade were to be subjected to the body as a bath ingredient, already any risk of argyria is eliminated for it is only by oxidation of silver at the skin that its metabolism is assured, there, and any noticeable (cosmetic) argyria is avoided. Thus, on the basis of bathing in either hydrogen peroxide, or more efficiently in silver hydroperoxide plus MSM (since silver stabilize's H2O2 and MSM stabilizes AgO2H), cosmetic argyria is prevented regardless of its path of entry into the body or quantity of intake. Thus, bathing in sufficient H2O2, or AgO2H, to overcome whatever other ingredients may have been added to our water supply (that may override these benefits) makes the oral consumption of massive quantities of silver a no-risk situation. Thus, I have been emboldened by my beeswax candy experiments to go the next step: discard the candy and impregnate the surfaces of small sticks of edible beeswax with a thick coating of silver by immersing these sticks in a vat of murky colloidal silver - taken way beyond the point of conventional saturation at 15ppm - and allow these sticks to be subjected to the constant stirring of this solution for several hours resulting in the removal of most of the silver content from the watery solution as the silver becomes attached to the outer surfaces of the sticks of beeswax. These, then, can be shaved off with a potato peeler and the shavings rolled up into a small ball of about one tenth to one fifth of an ounce (if the sticks are each one ounce, themselves). Small bites of this silver beeswax can be chewed with food or between meals to get silver into the digestive tract at - what is conventionally considered to be - an alarming rate. But not alarming to me considering my prior work with a low voltage sleep circuit of 1.5 volts and 200 pico amps continuous DC (head and feet connected via silver leads to a 1.5 volt 'AA' battery with 50 to 100 giga ohms of resistance added in series), or the H2O2/AgO2H baths described above either method of which cures and prevents argyria.
And, of course, the presence of beeswax coating the alimentary canal prevents gastric upset from occurring due to the presence of particles of whatever size of silver which could otherwise irritate this delicate lining. And the beeswax further acts as a slow release mechanism not unlike slow release vitamin tablets.
All of this inspired by my need to adapt to the consequence of absorbing large amounts of silver ions through the skin via a bath in AgO2H and bolstered by the NIH webpage at...
Antimicrobial beeswax coated polylactide films with silver control release capacity. - PubMed - NCBI
So, moderation of our use of silver be damned! And full speed ahead! Ay, mates.
Silver Beeswax for the safe ingestion of an excess of silver particles.
Making silver safe for consumption.
A tour of my silver with beeswax meal.