Does Silver accumulate in the body?
A claim I often see is that silver will accumulate in your body, like mercury.
Some misinformed people are claiming that silver is a heavy metal. It’s not, it’s a noble metal.
What are the Noble Metals?
“There is more than one list of noble metals. The following metals are considered noble metals (listed in order of increasing atomic number): ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, silver, osmium, iridium, platinum, gold.”
It is totally false that silver does not flush out of the body. Below are the results of a study called the “Altman study” that shows that 90% of silver has left the body within about 12 hours of ingestion and 100% of it in about 24, through colon and bladder, mostly colon.
COLLOIDAL SILVER: WHERE DOES IT GO WHEN YOU DRINK IT? HOW LONG DOES IT STAY THERE?