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Are you raciest or something? Just because something came from Asia does not mean that it is infiltrated with lead, msg, or radioactive elements! When will you people learn?!

Actually seeing as how there was a rise in this issue a few years ago, this is a valid question. To answer it, there is new regulations on jewelry where those chemical components are prohibited within sales in most areas while in others it must be under a certain percentage (within safety regulation). Any jewelry with traces of lead is not allowed to be sold to children or pregnant women and must have a warning. Always ask the seller questions before buying though. Oh and not all "Tibetan Silver" sellers are Asian (for whomever answered above me).

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