For over 165 years, there have only been three prominent pictures of people with this rare skin condition. One of them happens to be a man known as Paul Karason. Paid critics have been known to take advantage of the gullible by promoting these pictures which in turn turns them away from making use of colloidal silver.
It is, however, noteworthy to mention that the other two people have no documented medical reports that attest to the claim that silver was the cause of Argyria.
The use of silver to treat various sicknesses and diseases dates back to 1850. However, the name of the solution was not known as colloidal silver back then, but it was known as Collargolum. Since colloidal silver has been used for over 165 years with little to no side effects, it cannot be said that these three incidents warrants ostracizing colloidal silver from the group of healthy supplements.
Also, it has been reported that over 23,000,000 people have been reported to use colloidal silver without any symptoms of Argyria. Apart from this, if you consider the number of years that has gone by since the first use of colloidal silver, you'll see that in all this time only three reported incidents are claiming contradictions to the use of colloidal silver.
With all these evidence it is obvious to see that these false cases have been intentionally propagated to keep you from the truth.
Large pharmaceutical companies will surely say and do whatever they deem necessary to prevent you from discovering the amazing benefits of pure colloidal silver. Right from inception to date, there have been no reported cases of death caused by the ingestion of colloidal silver.
If Colloidal Silver were a real threat, you would see blue people on every street corner, and you would have about 3.8 million people living with Argyria. If Colloidal Silver were as dangerous as claimed or promoted by the paid critics, there would have been thousands of blue people in many hospital rooms, and as a consequence, you'd see it reported by every major news network and it would have been banned by now.