Silver 100 is entirely safe
Silver 100 is absolutely, 100% safe when used as recommended on the label.
The maximum recommended daily usage amount for Silver 100 contains less silver than may be contained in one or two liters of ordinary drinker water that fully meets EPA safety guidelines. It’s less than 25% of the amount of silver that the EPA considers to be perfectly safe for ongoing daily intake.
When using Silver 100 in accordance with the directions it’s as safe as eating and drinking food and water. Silver is well known to be nontoxic to the body when extremes are avoided. The Environmental Protection Agency considers responsible levels of silver in our drinking water to be entirely, 100% safe with no adverse effects to the body whatsoever.
Silver is in our water and food
Silver is a natural mineral that’s present in most of our food and even more so in our drinking water – especially in our drinking water (unless of course it’s purified water from which the minerals have been removed).
Most of the silver that was in the average American diet and water intake a hundred years ago has been lost due to the demineralization of our soil from modern agricultural practices. The maximum recommended daily amount of Silver 100 is barely more than the amount of silver that has been lost from our diets.
Without extreme excess, there is no risk
The main concern from excess silver consumption is a harmless but irreversible skin discoloration called argyria. This condition is essentially impossible from using Silver 100 according to label directions. It would take far, far more silver for argyria to be possible.
After more than 20 years on the market, there has never been a single report of skin discoloration from using Silver 100!