A couple of weeks ago, I had a hamburger at a Wendy's. It tasted good. By the time I went to the grocery store my stomach was cramping terribly. I didn't know if I would vomit, faint, or have diarrhea all at once, but I managed to get home. My stomach still wants to cramp some after I eat. I don't care how well it is cooked, doesn't totally take away poison in some meat.
Offered by Ivy
Salmonella can get on or in anything given the right circumstances. Since Oil of Oregano and Colloidal Silver are anti-parasitic, wonder if it would help to wash whatever we are going to eat raw in a solution of either one? Oil of Oregano is highly concentrated, so presumably you could put a drop in a couple of gallons of water and swish your vegies around in that. It would probably "brighten" the flavor of the vegies even in solution that weak, but if you didn't want any lingering oregano subtleties, one could rinse it again afterward in plain water. Actually, I like to put a drop in the water I swish my lettuce in. It leaves a barely detectable spicy undertone. Same should apply with a dropper full of colloidal silver in a couple of gallons of water.
Offered by Martha.
I'm surprised that more people don't get poisoned at Wendy's or MacDonald's. Use an internet search engine to look up "food toxins" and look at where they accumulate. And the moral is: don't ever eat at Wendy's again.
Offered by Jenny.