COLLOIDAL SILVER KILLS THE VIRUSES!

From CONTACT NEWSPAPER YET AGAIN!: Our veteran readers know about the use of tiny particles of pure metals (Silver, Gold, Copper and Titanium) blasting away crystalline viruses. A virus is a Crystal Lifeform and, as with ANY crystal, they can be shattered by various means. Colloidal (meaning microscopically dispersed throughout its medium—in this case, water with an “electric charge” in it) silver is one way the viruses’ crystalline structure is shattered, or broken apart, and killed. By allowing the body to raise its vibratory frequency to normal (the human body has not been healthy for many generations, but “normal” meant a higher vibration of normal functioning), the LOWER FREQUENCY INVADERS are destroyed. That level of vibration is too much for them and they basically shake to pieces.

SILVER KILLS VIRUSES, UNCENSORED magazine, September-December 2009, by Syeda Z. Hamdani, October 18, 2005. [Quote:] In a groundbreaking study, the Journal of Nanotechnology has published a study that found silver nanoparticles kill HIV-1 and are likely to kill virtually any other virus. [H: Emphasis mine.] The study, which was conducted by the University of Texas and Mexico University, is the first medical study to ever explore the benefits of silver nanoparticles, according to Physorg. [PhysOrg.com]
Study Shows Silver Nanoparticles Attach to HIV-1 virus

In the first-ever study of metal nanoparticles’ interaction with HIV-1, silver nanoparticles of sizes 1-10 nm attached to HIV-1 and prevented the virus from bonding to host cells. The study, published in the Journal of Nanotechnology, was a joint project between the University of Texas, Austin, and Mexico University, Nuevo Leon.
“Our article opens an important avenue for research,” said Miguel Jose Yacaman from the University of Texas Department of Engineering and one of the authors of the study.
In this study, scientists mixed silver nanoparticles with three different capping agents: foamy carbon, poly (PVP), and bovine serum albumin (BSA). “Not using a capping agent could result in the synthesis of big crystals instead of nanocrystals,” explained Yacaman.
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) showed the silver nanoparticles in the foamy carbon matrix were joined together, but an ultrasonic bath in deionized water released a significant number of nanoparticles. The size of the nanoparticles were 16.19 (±8.69) nm and they had a great variety of shapes, such as icosahedral, decahedral, and elongated.
“Because of the synthesis procedure, the foamy carbon-coated nanoparticles are more likely to have broad shape distribution,” said Yacaman. Scientists used the electron beam to release the remainder of the nanoparticles from the joined bundle.
For the PVP-coated silver nanoparticles, scientists used glycerin as a dissolving agent. These particles were of size 6.53 (±2.41).* In the third preparation, scientists used serum albumin, the most common
protein in blood plasma. The sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen chemicals in BSA stabilized the nanoparticles, which were in the range of 3.12 (±2.00) nm.
Scientists studied the absorption spectra of the different preparations to pinpoint their shapes. “Spherical nanoparticles absorbed in the blue region of the spectrum, for example,” Yacaman said.
Also, the UV-Visible spectrographs helped the group determine nanoparticle sizes. “The surface plasmon resonance peak wave length increased with size,” explained Yacaman.
Scientists tested, in vitro, each of three silver nanoparticle preparations in HIV-1. Yacaman and his colleagues incubated the samples at 37º C. After three hours and 24 hours, respectively, 0% of the viruses were viable.
The results showed that a silver nanoparticle concentration greater than 25 μg/mL worked more effectively at inhibiting HIV-1. Plus, the foamy carbon was a slightly better capping agent because of its free surface area. Size also played a role since none of the attached nanoparticles was greater than 10 nm.
Scientists think the nanoparticles bonded through the gp 120 glycoprotein knobs on HIV-1, using the sulfur residues on the knobs. The spacing between the knobs of ~22 nm matched the center-to-center nanoparticle spacing.
Although this study shows silver nanoparticles may treat HIV-1, scientists need to research this relationship further. “We lack information regarding the long-term effects of metal nanoparticles, cautioned Yacaman. Scientists are forming a preventive cream for HIV-1, which they will test on humans.
Scientists are also studying other uses for silver nanoparticles. “We’re testing against other viruses and the ‘super bug (Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus)’. Our preliminary results indicate that silver nanoparticles can effectively attack other micro-organisms,” Yacaman said. [End quote.]
Colloidal Silver is non-toxic and does not have negative reactions with other medications and antibiotics. There is no long-term damage to the body—only your adversary would like you to stay in the dark about colloidalized metals such as silver and gold. Again, seeing that the Zionists created and spread AIDS in Africa through vaccines, it is little wonder that “cures” would be downplayed or kept off the health food shelves.

http://www.phoenixmaterials.org/pdf/100106.pdf

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