Flawed Study Claims Silver Nanoparticles Are Neurotoxic and Brain Toxic
Well, here we go again. Clinical researchers should be tearing their hair out over studies like the one I debunk below, in which scientists once again claim they’ve proven silver nanoparticles are neurotoxic and brain toxic.
In the past, we’ve seen a number of highly biased clinical studies on nanosilver. And this one appears to be another in a long line of studies in which the researchers have allowed their underlying biases to determine their study parameters so they can achieve the preconceived results they’re after.
In other words, the study results were achieved by dramatically overdosing tiny animals with astonishingly high levels of nanosilver until a toxic effect was achieved. Then the researchers disingenuously claim, “We’ve proven nanosilver is toxic!” It’s junk science of the worst sort, in my opinion. Here’s what I’m talking about...
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for The Silver Edge...
I’ve received a number of messages from people worried about a relatively new clinical study (2017) which purports to demonstrate that silver nanoparticles are neurotoxic (i.e., toxic to the nervous system) and toxic to the brain as well, after only 10 days of use.
So let’s examine the study, and see if we can ascertain whether or not its conclusions are legitimate. First, it’s important to understand this was not a human clinical study. In other words, the study was not conducted on human beings. It was strictly an animal study. In fact, it was conducted on tiny pregnant albino mice. And then the scary results were merely extrapolated to humans.
In this study researchers admit they gave silver nanoparticles to tiny pregnant albino mice at the rate of 1 mg. per kilogram of body weight daily for 10 days. Then they removed the poor little fetuses from the pregnant mice, killed them, and carefully examined them under a powerful microscope, finding signs of neurotoxicity and brain damage.
Frightening Results in Context
Frightening, right? After all, none of us who use colloidal silver containing nano-sized silver particles want to end up with neurotoxicity or brain damage.
But let’s extrapolate into human terms the dosages used in this new study so we can better understand exactly what happened to those tiny pregnant albino mice and their fetuses.
I’m going to use myself as the human example. Why? Because for over 20 years now I’ve been taking an ounce of 10 ppm colloidal silver daily – which is a normal adult daily dosage for a man my size and weight -- and I’ve never experienced a toxic effect from it. Not once.
So let’s see why I exhibit zero silver toxicity after an extraordinary two decades worth of daily colloidal silver usage, yet the researchers found silver toxicity in these pregnant mice and their fetuses after only a mere 10 days of nanosilver use.
366 Times More Colloidal Silver than Normal
The researchers used metric weight in this study, i.e., milligrams, kilograms, etc. So to start, keep in mind that in terms of body weight, a kilogram is 2.2 pounds. So a 220 pound human being, like myself, weighs 110 kilograms.
Each day, I take one ounce of 10 ppm colloidal silver. In other words, after doing the math, that’s the equivalent of ingesting .294 mg., or well under a third of a single milligram of silver. But we’ll round up to .3 mg. of silver in order to make things easy. That’s still just under one-third milligram of silver per day, even when we round up.
Here’s the clincher:
If I were to take the equivalent amount of silver by body weight that the researchers gave those pregnant albino mice – i.e., 1 milligram of nanosilver per kilogram of body weight -- I’d have to take a whopping 110 milligrams of silver each day instead of my usual .3 milligrams.
That’s an astonishing 366 times more silver than normal! That means I’d have to take 366 ounces of 10 ppm colloidal silver per day to match in terms of human body weight the amount of nanosilver the researchers fed those tiny pregnant albino mice and their fetuses.
Think about it. Each day I’d have to take a whopping 91 of those four-ounce bottles of 10 ppm colloidal silver sold in most health food stores to match by body weight what the researchers gave those tiny pregnant albino mice. And I’d have to do so for 10 straight days.
What’s more, it turns out that the researchers fed the tiny pregnant albino mice these outrageously high daily levels of silver by gavage, meaning by force-feeding the silver directly into the pregnant mice through a tube.
In other words, they had to force that much silver into the pregnant albino mice each day, because no mouse in its right mind would ever ingest that much silver in nature. Nor would a human, in his or her right mind, ingest its equivalent amount, which again, for me, would be 366 ounces (or 91 bottles) of 10 ppm colloidal silver a day!
So not only would I have to take 91 bottles of colloidal silver a day, but it would have to be tube fed directly into my stomach in order to match the parameters of this animal study. Are you beginning to see why I say this study is comical at best, and has no relevance to the real-life conditions you and I take colloidal silver under?
“Ridiculous in the Extreme”
As drug company researcher George Foss wrote to me after reviewing this study, “These levels of silver are ridiculous in the extreme. No human embryo, nor adult, would ever be exposed to these high levels of silver. How did this get past the peer review editors? The stupidity staggers the imagination.”
Indeed, if the researchers had given those pregnant albino mice 366 times the normal amount of grape juice daily for 10 days, they could have proven that grape juice is neurotoxic and brain toxic to the developing mouse fetuses, as well. But they’d have been laughed out of academia for doing such a ridiculous study feeding such outrageously high levels of grape juice to tiny pregnant mice.
Or if they’d have given 366 times the normal amount of orange juice to those pregnant mice, they could have proven that orange juice is neurotoxic and brain toxic to the developing mouse fetuses. Or they could have done the same thing with coffee. Or cola. Or tea. Or just about any relatively innocuous substance on the face of the earth you can think of.
What’s more, any other kind of mineral supplement you can think of – iron, copper, magnesium, zinc, boron, chromium, selenium, potassium, etc. -- would have been found to be neurotoxic if pumped into tiny pregnant albino mice and their unborn fetuses at those egregiously excessive levels.
In fact, even that much water would have been toxic. The researchers would have likely killed the pregnant mice and their fetuses if they’d have pumped 366 times more water into them each day than normal, because that much water would have disrupted the body’s normal sodium channels and caused kidney failure and heart attack. It’s a condition called hypernatremia.
In the end, the only thing the researchers proved is that if you egregiously overdose pregnant mice and their little fetuses with 366 times the normal daily dose of nanosilver by forcing it into them through a tube each day for 10 days straight, you can trigger a neurotoxic effect.
Deceitfully Extrapolated to Humans
But the researchers, very deceitfully in my opinion, concluded that ingestion of silver nanoparticles “evokes various devastative effects on human and other lower group of animal’s central nervous system.”
The researchers didn’t even study humans. They only studied tiny pregnant albino mice and their fetuses, and then simply claimed their study proves silver is toxic to humans. This, even though a human being would never ingest the equivalent amount of silver by body weight to what the researchers gave those tiny pregnant albino mice.
Again, the equivalent amount of colloidal silver by body weight for an adult like myself would have been 91 bottles of colloidal silver a day!
So the conclusion reached by the researchers that silver is neurotoxic to humans is absurd at face value. And in my view, the entire study represents a mockery of science.
Indeed, in my opinion, the researchers appear to have conducted their research with an underlying aim of demonstrating silver to be “toxic,” and then adjusting their study parameters to make sure their preconceived notions came to pass.
In the “Discussion” section of the study, the researchers went on to rant that because silver nanoparticles are now being incorporated into cosmetics, medicine, electronics and food additives, the potential for human exposure to nanosilver is greater than ever.
The implication, therefore, is that this alleged “neurotoxic” danger they discovered needs more widespread attention in order to protect the public.
But they utterly fail to point out that no commercial product containing nanosilver would ever be able to impart that much silver into a human being. And that much silver would simply never be knowingly or willingly ingested by humans in any form, unless they were mentally deranged or forced into it, like the researchers forced the tiny pregnant albino mice.
Listen, if you had someone open up a hole in your gut, and each day for 10 days pump directly into your body 366 times the normal amount of nanosilver (i.e., 91 bottles of 10 ppm colloidal silver, for a person my size), you’d certainly end up with some kind of toxic effect. As the ancient physician Paracelsus stated, “Toxicity is in all things, and nothing is without toxicity. The dosage makes it either a toxin or a remedy.”
And that’s the bottom line truth of the matter.
The researchers appear to have purposely chosen to use such ridiculously excessive levels of silver that the only possible outcome would be a toxic one. Thus, in my opinion, the study is disingenuous. It’s insincere, dishonest, deceitful and a complete waste of good time. I wouldn’t pay a smidgeon of attention to it.
As my drug company researcher friend George Foss further stated after examining the clinical study:
“This study demonstrates that the scientific community is losing peer review common sense and credibility. Apparently, there’s no scientific oversight by the peer review colleagues of these researchers. You and I can see the obvious flaws and gaping holes in this study, just by reading the methodology the researchers used.
I could have predicted the outcome of the study as a foregone conclusion before reading anything more than the abstract. The researchers were obviously attempting to match the experiment's parameters to the results they wanted to achieve, rather than performing an honest experiment under real world conditions and objectively analyzing the results. That's not science. It's biased and worthless pseudo-science.”
I believe George has hit the nail on the head with his analysis. In my own opinion, this study is representative of why, several years ago, Dr. Robert MacCuspie, of the National Institute of Standards and Technology admonished nanosilver researchers to drop their biases and start “doing good science” when researching the effects of nanosilver.
When it comes to nanosilver research, some clinical researchers seem to be so biased against the substance that they’ve abandoned all sense of scientific and ethical propriety.
NTP Study: No Toxicity or Development Effects
Found in Pregnant Rats Study
What’s more, the results of the new study completely contradict the results of a previous study conducted by the National Toxicology Program in 2002. According to an EPA analysis of the 2002 National Toxicology Program study, pregnant rats were tube-fed exceedingly high amounts of silver for a period of 13 days. The EPA then analyzed the study results and reported as follows:
“In a developmental toxicity study of pregnant rats conducted in 2002 by the National Toxicology Program (NTP), silver acetate was administered by gavage [tube-feeding – ED] on days 6-19 of gestation.
No developmental effects were reported at doses up to 100 mg/kg…More importantly, the results from this study did not demonstrate an increased susceptibility of offspring, nor did it demonstrate systemic toxicity.”
-- Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Register / Vol. 74, No. 110 / Wednesday, June 10, 2009 / Rules and Regulations
So, for 13 days the researchers from the National Toxicology Program tube-fed pregnant rats up to 100 times the dosage of silver that the researchers in the new study fed their pregnant albino mice. Yet the National Toxicology Program researchers found no systemic toxicity to the tiny offspring of the pregnant rats, and no developmental effects, either.
In other words, according to the older study conducted by researchers from the National Toxicology Program, silver didn’t cause any toxicity to the baby rats, nor did it appear to harm the development of baby rats, even though it was being tube-fed directly into the mother rats during gestation in a manner very similar to the new study with the pregnant albino mice.
So why such a huge difference in study results? I don’t know. But I’d speculate that perhaps silver simply isn’t anywhere near as toxic as the researchers who conducted the newer study on pregnant albino mice would have you believe.
What Real Experts Say About Silver Toxicity...
The truth of the matter is this: People have been safely ingesting silver in small amounts for thousands of years. As the Dartmouth University Toxic Metals Research Program states:
“Trace amounts of silver are in the bodies of all humans and animals. We normally take in between 70 and 88 micrograms of silver a day, half of that amount from our diet. Humans have evolved with efficient methods of dealing with that intake, however. Over 99 percent is readily excreted from the body.”
The Dartmouth University researchers go on to conclude:
"Is silver harmful to humans? Unlike other metals such as lead and mercury, silver is not toxic to humans and is not known to cause cancer, reproductive or neurological damage, or other chronic adverse effects."
As Britain’s greatest expert on the use of silver in healthcare, Dr. Alan B.G. Lansdown has stated in his book for clinicians, Silver in Healthcare: Its Antimicrobial Efficacy and Safety in Use (pgs. 45,59,60):
“…there is very little substantive evidence that silver acts either as a cumulative poison in the human body like lead and mercury, or that it reaches toxic levels in any tissue. Silver does accumulate preferentially in the basement membrane region of the dermis, but no evidence has been seen to show that this is either life-threatening or a clinical manifestation of toxicity.”
According to researchers Drake and Hazelwood, in the study “Exposure-Related Health Effects of Silver and Silver Compounds: A Review”:
“Silver in any form is not thought to be toxic to the immune, cardiovascular, nervous, or reproductive systems (ATSDR, 1990) and is not considered to be carcinogenic” (FurstandSchlauder, 1978).”
Finally, as stated in an article titled “Nanosilver: Naughty or Nice?” published by the Society for Science & the Public Interest:
“Jim Hutchison is a chemist and an expert in nanoparticles at the University of Oregon in Eugene…So far, Hutchison’s research suggests nanosilver and the silver ions it sheds probably aren’t harmful to people…‘You can never prove every technology is going to be safe before you use it,’ he says. ‘But silver doesn't seem to be toxic to us.’
In a 2011 study published in the journal ACS Nano, Hutchison's team looked at silver jewelry and eating utensils under high-powered microscopes. They found the solid silver products were shedding nanoparticles. ‘This means nanosilver has been in contact with humans for a long, long time,’ he says. And that, he concludes, ‘should be reassuring, because those exposures don’t seem to have caused harm.’
…Ramune Reliene, a cancer researcher at State University of New York in Albany, says that studies do show that nanosilver can damage human cells. But those studies exposed cells to anywhere from 100 to 10,000 times more nanosilver than people currently encounter in the environment…Also, the cells were in a Petri dish. A cell inside a living creature works differently than it does in some dish in the lab.
…Andrew Maynard, an environmental health scientist at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, is doing similar research into silver’s effects on the body. His team has not published their data yet, but they are willing to share some early findings. Chief among them: Maynard says his group ‘saw virtually no ill effect’ of feeding mice very high levels of nanosilver for up to 28 days.”
So there you have it. Ingestion of nanosilver at normal levels is not considered to be toxic, according to researchers who don’t have an underlying agenda or bias built into their research.
Previous Nanosilver Research
Also Demonstrates No Toxicity
Indeed, previous animal research, including research in which tiny mice were exposed to levels of nanosilver up to 5,000 ppm in concentration, have demonstrated the silver to be non-toxic. To learn more, see the following article:
And a recent double-blind placebo-controlled human ingestion study also demonstrated no harm from ingesting normal daily levels of nanosilver. To learn more, see the following article:
What’s more, it turns out that the very small handful of studies that have found nanosilver to be toxic, for example, to human cells, used concentrations up to 10,000 times higher than humans or animals would normally be exposed to.
And I’d hasten to add here that the researchers used cancer cells in those studies, rather than normal healthy human cells. In other words, all they really proved is that high levels of silver cure cancer.
To learn more, see:
Listen, nanosilver research is often biased, particularly when researchers start out with a preconceived notion and then purposely construct their studies in such a way that only their preconceived notion can be proven.
But when nanosilver research is conducted without bias, and real-world levels of nanosilver are used, in real-world conditions, it’s never been demonstrated to be toxic.
So don’t let clinical
studies like the one discussed in this article shake you up. They’re basically nonsense. They don’t contain even a smidgeon of real-world
relevance to you. After all, neither you
nor I would ever conceivably ingest such high amounts of silver. Nor would we allow anyone to bore a hole in
our stomachs and force-feed such ungodly high daily dosages of silver into us,
as the researchers did to those tiny albino mice.
More Experts Weigh in on Colloidal Silver
Colloidal silver’s powerful infection-fighting qualities have been demonstrated for over 100 years now. As Dr. Jonathan Wright, M.D., a graduate of Harvard University as well as the University of Michigan Medical School, and who now runs the famous Tahoma Clinic in Washington has stated:
"Colloidal silver just might be the next germ-fighting wonder drug. And not just for the serious threats making headlines: It's also effective against bacterial infections like strep throat, viruses like the flu, and fungal infections like Candida.
No matter how much a germ mutates, it can't change enough to escape the damaging effects of colloidal silver. And in the process, the silver doesn't harm human tissue or kill off the good bacteria in the intestine the way antibiotics and other medications do…
…Beginning in the 1970s, several independent researchers found that silver ions easily destroy Candida and other fungi. But it wasn't until a pilot study during the mid- 1990s that included human patients suffering from terminal AIDS that medical researchers established solid evidence showing just how quick and effective silver ions can be in the treatment of Candida as well as HIV.
In this study, nine individuals who were near death were divided into two subgroups. One group suffered from HIV and a terrible Candida infection. The other group suffered from both HIV and an extreme form of malnutrition (known as Wasting Syndrome).
The researchers found that in both groups the colloidal silver was capable of killing pathogens and purging the bloodstream of germ defenses in order to restore the immune system."
And as Dr. Ron Leavitt, Ph.D., Professor of Microbiology, Brigham Young University has stated, “The data suggests that with the low toxicity associated with colloidal silver, in general, and the broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity of this colloidal silver preparation, this preparation may be effectively used as an alternative to antibiotics.”
Dr. Joseph Weissman, M.D. board certified immunologist and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California Medical School concurs with these doctors and researchers, stating:
"Today, many antibiotics are losing the battle with germs. Fortunately, the best germ killer, which was discovered over 2,000 years ago, is finally getting the proper attention from medical science -- natural silver. I sincerely recommend that everyone have electrically generated colloidal silver in their home as an antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal agent."
So as you can see, the experts are widely in agreement that colloidal silver is a safe and highly effective necessity to every home, particularly if you’re concerned about this Era of Strange Diseases in which we now live, with mutating bacteria that are growing ever-more resistant to prescription antibiotic drugs.
Antimicrobial silver, as so many experts have pointed out, is the obvious answer to the growing threat of drug-resistant bacteria.
One Final Important Thought…
If you’re new to colloidal silver usage and are wondering where to buy it, it’s important to know that you can find it in just about any well-stocked health food store in America. But it can be extremely expensive. In fact, because it works so well against numerous forms of infection and disease, colloidal silver has the highest price mark-up of any nutritional supplement in existence.
The amount of actual silver in a four-ounce bottle of colloidal silver is about five to 12 cents worth. (Yes, I said five to twelve cents.) Yet the manufacturers mark that up about 60,000%, charging a whopping $20 or $30 per bottle.
People are willing to pay through the nose for colloidal silver at health food stores because it heals infections and prevents the spread of germs and disease faster and better than anything else on the planet, and because it’s safe and completely natural, to boot!
So, commercially speaking, the retail price of colloidal silver at health food stores reflects its value to the consumer far more so than its true cost to produce. But here’s the good news:
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Now that I have a Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator, I can use colloidal silver for everything -- disinfecting the kitchen sinks, countertops, and the cutting board… spraying the toilet bowls, and the bathroom countertops and sinks… spraying it on my toothbrush to prevent bacterial growth…rinsing my mouth with it to prevent cavities and gum disease…you name it.
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The cost for colloidal silver at our local health food store is $30 for a tiny four-ounce bottle. But with my Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator, I can make eight times that amount (i.e., a full quart) for about 35 cents total cost.
If I were to purchase a quart of colloidal silver at the health food store, which would be eight of those tiny, four-ounce bottles, the cost would be a whopping $240 (i.e., 8 x $30 = $240) compared to the 35 cents I now spend to make a full quart!
Here’s the breakdown of our costs to make a full quart of colloidal silver with our Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator:
It costs us about a dollar for a gallon of steam-distilled water at Walmart. So a quart of the steam-distilled water costs about 25 cents.
And I estimate we use maybe a nickel's worth of electricity and maybe another nickel’s worth of silver from the silver rods for every one-quart batch of colloidal silver we make. So that’s 35 cents a quart, all told, for each quart of micro-particle colloidal silver we make!
And frankly, considering how long the .999 fine silver rods have lasted (over a year and a half, so far, for the most recent set), I think it’s probably even cheaper than that. But it’s the lifetime savings we’ve experienced that’s just mind-boggling to me.
For example, we've had our Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver unit for nearly five years now. And as I mentioned we make one quart per week, and we spend about 35 cents a week on making colloidal silver.
This means we save about $239.65 a week by not having to purchase a quart’s worth of colloidal silver at our local health food store. So do the math: In just one month, the savings is $958.60…in one year, the savings is $11,503.20…and in five years we’ve saved approximately $57,516.00!
When you put pencil to paper and figure it out, it definitely takes you by surprise. You just think ‘No way. I must have multiplied that wrong.’
But it's true. The savings is legitimately well over $11,000 a year over health food store prices for colloidal silver, if you make and use a quart of colloidal silver a week like we do! And we reap that incredible savings from the very reasonable $250 investment we made in purchasing our Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator.
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The Bottom Line...
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Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another insightful article on colloidal silver….
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
Steve Barwick, author
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