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NASA gives thumbs up to use of colloidal silver as antibiotic in space; FDA has no jurisdiction in h

• Ethan A. Huff at Natural News

Isn't the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) adamantly opposed to people using silver as a safe bactericide? The agency has repeatedly targeted companies trying to help people with antibacterial silver, including during the recent Ebola epidemic when it threatened organizations like the Natural Solutions Foundation for attempting to help Ebola victims by providing them with silver water. What about the FDA's persecution of Texas-based Utopia Silver Supplements, which has been fighting the agency for more than five years to defend its sale and distribution of colloidal silver supplements? The FDA continues to stonewall all attempts to conduct honest research into silver's bacteria-destroying properties, and they have even threatened to shut down companies that sell it for personal and/or medical use. The FDA apparently has no jurisdiction up in space, as both U.S. and Russian astronauts will now be taking advantage of silver as a water purifier. 

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Comment by Ed Price
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So, it will be the space companies that make the first realistic seasteads. No jurisdiction out on the open seas except their own. Why wait to go into space to use colloidal silver?



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