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Posted August 9, 2012
Makers of Mineral Water Containing Lithium Warned
Additionally, the FDA's warning stated that the product's packaging and labeling cause Lithia water to be classified as a food, rather than a dietary supplement. As such, the water does not meet standards set for food additives.
Lithia mineral water contains lithium bicarbonate, ionic mineral salts, silicates, potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium and selenium. The product label states that "actively charged ionic colloidal silver 2 PB" is added to the water. Actively charged ionic colloidal silver is not approved as a food additive.
See ConsumerLab.com's Reviews of Cancer Prevention Supplements, Multivitamin and Multimineral Supplements, and Low-Dose Lithium Supplements for tests of related products. Also see the answer to the question, Is ingesting colloidal silver helpful for any condition and is it safe to use? for more information.
For more details regarding the FDA's warning letter, use the link below.