References for RushStar Health Products
"Research & Development Techniques, A thesis Case
ISBN 0-9737536-1-7 Dr. Hamed A. M. Rushwan, found
Colloidal silver during formulation of complex
Allows higher concentration of extracts and longer
"Use of Colloids in Health and Disease." Colloidal
silver has proven
particularly effective in cases of intestinal
troubles. Dr. Henry Crooks
found that "silver in the colloidal state is highly
harmless to humans and absolutely non-toxic. Rather
than in a chemical
compound, the silver in the colloidal state may be
applied in a much more
concentrated form, with correspondingly better
results. All virus, fungus,
bacterium, streptococcus, staphylococcus, and other
pathogenic organisms are
killed in three or four minutes upon contact. There
are no side effects
whatsoever from the highest concentrations."
Dr. Robert Becker, "The Body Electric," recognized
a correlation between low
silver levels and sickness. He said the silver
deficiency was responsible
for the improper functioning of the immune system.
Dr. Becker's experiments
conclude that silver works on the full spectrum of
pathogens without any
side effects or damage to any part of the body. He
also states that the
silver was doing something more than killing
disease organisms. It was also
causing major growth stimulation of injured
tissues. Burn patients and
elderly patients noticed more rapid healing. He
discovered that all cancer
cells change back to normal cells. All strains of
pathogens resistant to
other antibiotics are killed by colloidal silver.
Yet at that time he
couldn't find a silver supplement on the market.
"Silver, Our Mightiest Germ Fighter,"
ScienceDigest, March 1978. As an
antibiotic, colloidal silver kills over 650 disease
causing organisms, and
resistant strains fail to develop. Silver is the
best all-around germ
fighter we have and is absolutely non-toxic!
Doctors report that, taken
internally, it works against syphilis, cholera,
malaria, diabetes and severe
burns. Richard L. Davies, executive director of the
Silver Institute which
monitors silver technology in 37 countries,
reports: "In four years we've
described 87 important new medical uses for
Dr. Bjorn Nordstrom, of the Karolinska Institute,
Sweden, has used silver in
his cancer treatment method. He says the whole
thing is quite simple. This
brought rapid remission in patients given up on by
The FDA has stated that because colloidal silver is
accepted as a pre-1938
medication, it may continue to be marketed. Letter,
13 September 1991,
received from consumer safety officer Harold Davis,
U.S. Food and Drug
"Colloidal Preparations of Silver in Pharmacy,"
British Medical Journal,
February 1923: "Pure Silver is entirely
non-irritant. In tests at very high
concentrations, it has been shown repeatedly that
the rapidly exerted
disinfectant action is of considerable therapeutic
Dr. Otto Warberg (Nobel Prize Winner, 1932) stated
that "Cancer is caused by
the lack of oxygen and the fermentation of sugars."
Provo Herald, 13 February 1992, page D1: "Colloidal
Silver as a Remedy for
American Drug Index, section on Inorganic
recognized silver for its germicidal action,
calling a stabilized form: Mild
Silver Protein. There are several concentrations of
Mild Silver Protein.
The Condensed Medical Dictionary, 6th Edition: Mild
Silver Protein is listed
for medicinal use. The 4s protein-2 is the trace
used as a stabilizer.
Medicinal Silver Home Remedies, Maurice
Worthington, M.D., 1928.
"Colloidal Silver Preparations of Silver in
Pharmacy," British Medical
Royalty, worldwide, have been called "Blue Bloods,"
because of the silver
content in their blood, even from birth. They used
real silverware, ate from
silver dishes, and stored their food in silver
containers. There were no
doctors. The common people were often sick with
Colloidal Silver, The Antibiotic Alternative by
Lloyd Michael Canty and Zane
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