Colloidal Silver Robert Siegel talks with Stephanie Erickson, staff writer for the Orlando Sentinel about a town in Florida called Howey-in-the-Hills that has officially endorsed the use of colloidal silver against anthrax. Erickson says the marketing of colloidal silver as a remedy for any disease was outlawed by federal health officials in 1999 because it permanently turns skins bluish gray, and doesn't cure anything.
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Robert Siegel talks with Stephanie Erickson, staff writer for the Orlando Sentinel about a town in Florida called Howey-in-the-Hills that has officially endorsed the use of colloidal silver against anthrax. Erickson says the marketing of colloidal silver as a remedy for any disease was outlawed by federal health officials in 1999 because it permanently turns skins bluish gray, and doesn't cure anything.