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yanivnaced
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My son is currently taking Argentyn23 through his Naturopathic Doctor and I have been trying to find out whether this product is truly safe and won't cause Argyria.

I'm hoping it's totally safe and fine for use because it seems to be eliciting a well defined herx reaction in him - something that did not really happen with other herbs and abx.

Maybe it is hitting some microbes that pharma and herbs can't touch.

So far the safety claims I have found are through the vendor and re-sellers.

I guess it's a good thing I have not found any negative reviews anywhere (Amazon.com is a good place to look for unbiased customer reviews).

I was hoping somebody here would chime in and let me know any adverse effects this might have caused them or anybody they know.

Any good results are welcome also! Thanks.

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My son got a nasty infection on his foot from a blister he got from a bowling shoe.

It was rubbed raw and was hot/red spreading out from the sore spot.

Probably staph or strep.

I soaked a cotton ball with it and taped it to the wound.

Within about three hours it had improved by about 50% and was pretty much gone the next day.

Not sure about argyria, but I do think it's effective for a lot of things.

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I'm horribly allergic to silver so for me I wouldn't touch the stuff.
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yanivnaced
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Some pretty interesting stuff to report on the silver so far.

My son has been on it for about a week now. The herx during the first couple of days was kind of strong so he's doing a miniscule dose - about a quarter of the ND's recommendation every other day.

Almost every night for the past 3 years he's had pain requiring ibuprofen.

But last night and the night before there was zero pain.

I realize 2 nights is not statistically significant but I am hopeful that we may finally be gaining some traction and that this substance is rooting out some unknown infections that were never touched by multiple abx and herbs.

For those who might be interested in treating with silver, I will post progress here as I continue treatment.

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That's good news. Hope he continues to improve!

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Update on the silver...

Its around 3 weeks now and he continues to steadily improve.

He is having more good days than bad and the need for motrin has gone down drastically to maybe only twice or three times a week.

The bottle is almost half way finished and may last 3 more weeks. After that i will switch him to some herbals and hope the gains last.

This is amazing stuff and has managed to do what other herbals and abx could not achieve. Hope more people give it a try for whatever resistant issues they might be struggling with and report here.

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Silver seems to be the one thing I can tolerate for more than a few days.

I have been surprised there aren't more lyme success stories involving silver.

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