Did anyone see the appearance of the so-called colloidal silver "blue man" on Oprah?
Some people I've spoken to thought it was a fairly benign show. In other words, they didn't think it had a very high potential for creating a negative impression of colloidal silver usage.
In my opinion, Oprah did not have a very balanced show at all, particularly in terms of telling the truth about the safety of colloidal silver, and the extent of its infection-fighting and immune-boosting qualities.
Oprah’s physician, Dr. Oz, kept referring to it as a primitive concoction, and kept asking the “blue man” why in the world he would take such a thing when there are modern, "safe," prescription antibiotics available.
While he admittedly did not slam colloidal silver, he did leave viewers with the impression that you'd have to be a real dolt to use it.
No effort whatsoever was made by Oprah or Dr. Oz to talk about the many healing and infection-fighting benefits of safe, sane, common-sense usage of colloidal silver.
Oprah mostly spent her time delving into the man’s romantic relationship with his wife, and asking her how she met him, what she first thought when she saw that he was blue, etc.
To me, the bottom line is that the media is using this poor guy as a modern day carnival sideshow freak, and television shows like Oprah’s will no doubt leave the mainstream American public with the mental image that colloidal silver users are kooks and freaks, and colloidal silver is an outdated and potentially dangerous substance that can turn you blue.
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