Argyria, better known as Silver Poisoning, is a physical disorder where
the skin turns shades of blue usually as a result of voluntarily ingesting
Some alternative healing modalities teach that vibrant health and physical
rejuvenation can be achieved through the ingestion of colloidal silver.
Silver Colloid is a solution of microscopic silver particles (Elemental
Silver) suspended in water.
When the silver enters the
bloodstream, the body immediately acts to dispose of this toxic silver by
depositing in the skin. Under the skin, the silver appears as brown particles.
When these particles are seen through the skin, they appear to be gray or
blue/gray. Once the Silver Colloid is ingested, the skin will change colors
in as little as hours or as much as weeks if karmic balancing is needed.
The most common questions that Argyria sufferers are
asked is: "Are people scared of you when they see you?", "Do like people make
fun of you?", and "Do you ever feel comfortable in public, knowing that others
are talking about you?" This is one of the harder ways to balance
Celtic Blue Karma:
Those in the British Isles (especially those in
Scotland) painted their faces with blue woad. This served two purposes: to
instill fear in the hearts of their enemies and to distinguish themselves
from the enemy. Unfortunately, some individual's skins were often permanently
stained blue while others developed skin cancer from the woad. Argyria becomes
the karmic balancing for forcing others to put blue woad on for war against
Mayan Blue Karma:
Those in the Mayan Empire, who were high ranking
and/or ran the machinery of human sacrifice wore blue paint (sometimes laced
with lead). This was a status symbol that most were eager to wear.
Unfortunately, skin cancer and permanent staining of the skin were the result
along with lead poisoning. So Argyria is the karmic balancing for
abusing one's body with toxic blue paint.
Egyptian Silver Karma:
Those at the top levels of Egyptian society -
those in the family of Pharoah and at the top levels of government-religion -
painted their faces and eyelids with silver paint. This stained and corroded
the skin. In some cases, this cosmetic regimen even blinded people. So
Argyria becomes a very compact paying off of karma (only to have the skin
discolored without going blind).
Chinese Blue Karma:
Those at the top levels of Chinese society -
those in the family of the Emperor and at the top levels of government-religion
- painted their faces with lines of blue paint.. The paint (often made up
of powder from the gemstone Lapis-Lazuli) often stained and corroded the
skin. Once the area was painted, it had to continue to be painted to look
well. So Argyria becomes the karmic balancing for this enforced painting
for showing social status.
Japanese Silver Karma:
Those at the top levels of Japanese society -
those in the family of the Emperor and at the top levels of government-religion -
painted their faces with lines of silver paint.. Geishas usually painted
their faces completely with different cosmetics of varying colors. Use if
these cosmetics gave the individuals varies illnesses. So Argyria becomes
the karmic balancing for this enforced use of toxic chemicals for showing
The blue-gray appearance of the skin is telltale symptom of Argyria. Once
the skin is poisoned with silver, the skin discoloration is permanent.
Cosmetic makeup is not effective in hiding the discoloration. Dermabrasion
will not remove the discoloration. So the silver poisoning of Argyria is
a life sentence.
The silver poisoning of Argyria is a life sentence. Since it is permanent,
the Argyria sufferer must learn to live with its consequences.
Stop Argyria before it starts: never, ever ingest Silver