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About COVID-19 

this is a very new disease and evidence is changing at speed. As more and more countries are affected, lessons are being learned from other parts of the world.

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Nano Silver Info Direct From Our Lab

Let’s make things clear. Nano Silver ain’t your grandma’s colloidal silver.” 

  1. Think of the Lone Rangers bullets, killing werewolves, and the $.25 quarter;

  2. Ok, now think of those things shrunken down into tiny nanoparticles and suspended in a fluid. 

  3. Bam, now you know what Nano Silver is! 

  4. Now the question you probably have is:

  5. “Ok, but how is this different from that weird colloidal silver that my grandma drinks?”

  6. Glad. You. Asked. 

  7. What makes Nano Silver so unique is that it’s made with plant compounds and the nanoparticles are a consistent, much smaller, size than traditional colloidal products.

 

Particle Size Matters!

The size of most “colloidal” products usually vary drastically in their particle makeup because of the old, archaic, and non-biocompatible ways that they’re created. One of these dated methods includes putting silver wire in fluid and pumping electricity through it, forcing inconsistently sized particles to break off into the solution. When varied sized particles coexist in a single solution it provides inconsistent and lackluster results, which is why it’s important to not confuse “Colloidal Silver” with Nano Silver.

 

Do silver nanoparticles kill viruses?

Depending on the specific surface area of the nanoparticles, silver ions are released with high efficiency. In addition to their bactericidal activity, small Ag NPs (<10 nm in diameter) affect viruses although the microbicidal effect of silver mass is weak.

 

Does Silver kill germs?

Silver kills germs when it oxidizes and releases silver ions, which are lethal to bacteria and yeast. ... In general, experts agree that humans can safely tolerate fairly high doses of silver. What's new is that over the past decade nanoparticles have been manipulated and put in places where silver has never been before.Feb 16, 2014

 

Is Silver an antibacterial?

The antibacterial action of silver has long been known to be enhanced by the presence of an electric field. ... Silver, used as a topical antiseptic, is incorporated by bacteria it kills. Thus dead bacteria may be the source of silver that may kill additional bacteria.

 

Does Silver kill E coli?

E Coli bacteria over time. … It is known that silver ions can suppress and kill bacteria; we thus expected that everything slowed down in the bacteria when treated with silver. But, surprisingly, we found that the dynamics of this protein became faster."

 

3 reasons why: Nano Silver Works:

Biocompatibility

This means that it is safe to be used and will respond appropriately in certain conditions. Biocompatibility is dependent on two things: the size of the particle and what is used as a capping agent (. First off, colloidal silver particles are made without a capping agent. This means that they fall apart easily. Second, colloidal silver particles are inconsistent in size. On the other hand, silver nanoparticles are capped with plant extract. This makes them more stable and nontoxic to human tissue. In addition, with advancements in technology, nanoparticles are more consistent in size.

Stability

Colloidal silver does not have the ability to stay stable in various conditions. This is because colloidal silver is made through using the physical electric model by running a current through silver wires. This results in a division of silver particles and ions that are without capping agents and unstable outside of water. Silver nanoparticles are stable because their plant-based capping agent keeps them from decomposing. And, they respond favorably to various environments such as salts and biomolecules.

Reaction to Biofilm

Bioforms when certain microorganisms (for example, some types of bacteria) adhere to the surface of some object in a moist environment and begin to reproduce. The microorganisms form an attachment to the surface of the object by secreting a slimy, glue-like substance.

Colloidal silver cannot be used with other beneficial agents and has a weak effect on the biofilm. Therefore, it does not do a sufficient job protecting enamel and balancing the oral biofilm by reducing acid. Nano Silver can be used at much lower concentrations and can penetrate biofilms with ease. It is modifiable to the outer coating of the oral biofilm. This helps it to latch onto and penetrate biofilms easier. It can release silver ions directly inside the biofilm and target acid.”

In your Mouth Oral Biofilm AKA Plaque:

Our teeth need help. Every day they are under a constant barrage of acid that’s released by a resilient group of bacteria that form a film over the entire surface of your teeth (this is called the biofilm AKA plaque). 

This biofilm barrier keeps the acid in while keeping, desperately needed, calcium out, causing cavities. The worst part is that traditional products cannot penetrate this barrier, they merely burn your mouth and surface-level bacteria only. 

It’s no wonder why 92% of American adults suffer from some form of tooth decay despite the huge array of oral care products on the market.

 

If It’s not Gold, it’s not Nano Silver

There are a surprising number of products out there that claim to have Nano Silver in them. Some are blue others can also be gray in color but the color you need to look for is… gold? Yes, gold. 

True Nano Silver absorbs light (specifically blue light) in the range of 400-420 nanometers. This is why they appear yellow-orange or honey gold in color. If you see a solution that does not look like this, it is most likely ionic silver or silver which is so small that it no longer reflects light in this range. In order for a Nano Silver solution to be effective, it has to be the right size, so the color does matter.

 

 

Nano Silver technology will negatively affect antimicrobial growth (It is destructive to or inhibiting the growth of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi) that are part of your daily life and surroundings. For example contaminate Plastic, Paints & Coatings, Textiles & Fabrics, Paper & Cardboard Packaging and Ceramics surfaces through:

Protein damage: Proteins are essential to microorganisms for the biological systems of life. Any damage to these components causes the failure of essential functions such as energy production.

Cell membrane damage:

 

By disrupting the membrane of the microbe, its structural integrity is compromised, which can cause essential nutrients to leak out and catastrophic structural failure.

Oxidative damage: Antimicrobials can cause increased levels of reactive oxygen species, which result in damage to the internal systems of the microbe.

DNA interference: The genetic material of the bacteria is disrupted, ultimately stopping the bacteria from being able to replicate by blocking the copying of their genetic material.

Plastics & Polymers: Nano Silver antimicrobial technology can be applied: Although plastic may be easy to clean, it is still susceptible to colonization by microbes such as bacteria and mold; which can present hygiene concerns and negatively impact the functional lifetime of the product. Plastic products currently containing this technology include medical breathing devices, soap dispensers and food containers

Paints & Coatings: Nano Silver antimicrobial technology combines easily with: ase an additive to suit your paints and coatings. General industrial, decorative or specialty coatings and inks can all benefit from antimicrobial protection, which actively reduces the levels of bacteria and mold on a product. Products protected by paints and coatings containing antimicrobial additives are currently used and trusted by an array of global brands.

Nano Silver antimicrobial technology: Additives for textiles and fabrics are easily and cost-effectively applied to textiles at any stage of the production process. Without affecting the inherent characteristics of the fibre, our additives provide lasting and effective protection against both harmful and odour causing microbes. These additives can be used in any fibre manufacturing process or applied as a topical or finishing treatment to any textile. Fabrics protected with our technology will also stay fresher for longer and maintain their performance wash after wash. Nano Silver is ideal for use in a range of products, such as sportswear, non-wovens, bedding, technical fabrics, and workwear.

Paper is notoriously difficult to clean, making it an ideal breeding ground for microbes such as bacteria and mold. Nano Silver technology offers a range of antimicrobial additives for paper that can be easily applied either during the manufacturing process or by a post-treatment coating. Nano Silver treated paper products are ideal for use in many industries, including healthcare and education.

Nano Silver antimicrobial technology: Ceramics are no less susceptible to colonization by microbes, meaning they can become stained and unsightly. Nano Silver offers a range of antimicrobial additives for ceramics that can be easily introduced during the production process. Not only resistant to the high temperatures experienced during firing, Nano Silver actives will provide superior antimicrobial performance against a wide variety of microbes for the functional lifetime of the product.

History of Silver and Healing

Hippocrates in his writings discussed the use of silver in wound care.[94] At the beginning of the twentieth century surgeons routinely used silver sutures to reduce the risk of infection.[94][59] In the early 20th century, physicians used silver-containing eyedrops to treat ophthalmic problems,[95] for various infections,[96][97] and sometimes internally for diseases such as tropical sprue,[98] epilepsy, gonorrhea, and the common cold.[54][79] During World War I, soldiers used silver leaf to treat infected wounds.[94][99]

Prior to the introduction of modern antibiotics, colloidal silver was used as a germicide and disinfectant.[100] With the development of modern antibiotics in the 1940s, the use of silver as an antimicrobial agent diminished. Silver sulfadiazine (SSD) is a compound containing silver and the antibiotic sodium sulfadiazine, which was developed in 1968.[

The silver medical treatment

Silver has a long history of antibacterial activity. Hippocrates in his writings discussed the use of silver in wound care.The Phoenicians lined clay vessels with silver to preserve liquids (around 1300BCE), the Persians and Greeks used silver containers to store drinking water (around 5000-300BCE) and Americans travelling west during the 1880s added silver coins into water barrels.

At the beginning of the twentieth century surgeons routinely used silver sutures to reduce the risk of infection. In the early 20th century, physicians used silver-containing eye drops to treat ophthalmic problems,] for various infections,[ and sometimes internally for diseases such as tropical sprue, epilepsy, gonorrhea, and the common cold. During World War I, soldiers used silver leaf to treat infected wounds.

Prior to the introduction of modern antibiotics, colloidal silver was used as a germicide and disinfectant.[100] With the development of modern antibiotics in the 1940s, the use of silver as an antimicrobial agent diminished. Silver sulfadiazine (SSD) is a compound containing silver and the antibiotic sodium sulfadiazine, which was developed in 1968.[

 

Silver has a long history of antibacterial activity

The Phoenicians lined clay vessels with silver to preserve liquids (around 1300BCE), the Persians and Greeks used silver containers to store drinking water (around 5000-300BCE) and Americans travelling west during the 1880s added silver coins into water barrels.

At the beginning of the twentieth century surgeons routinely used silver sutures to reduce the risk of infection. In the early 20th century, physicians used silver-containing eye drops to treat ophthalmic problems, for various infections, and sometimes internally for diseases such as tropical sprue, epilepsy, gonorrhea, and the common cold. During World War I, soldiers used silver leaf to treat infected wounds.

Prior to the introduction of modern antibiotics, colloidal silver was used as a germicide and disinfectant. With the development of modern antibiotics in the 1940s, the use of silver as an antimicrobial agent diminished. Silver sulfadiazine (SSD) is a compound containing silver and the antibiotic sodium sulfadiazine, which was developed in 1968.

More recently, both American and Russian space programs have used ionic silver to purify water, including on the International Space Station.

Colloidal silver, a suspension of silver metal, has found widespread use as a popular home remedy for a range of ailments, but is often marketed with dubious claims and is not supported by the scientific community

Despite nonscientific associations, silver has found widespread acceptance in the medical community for specific applications of its antibacterial properties.

The Pandemic-Gene Therapy vs Nanomedicine

Historically, the field of nanomedicine and the global endeavor to generate Nanoparticles for drug delivery arose from one of the greatest struggles in medicine. 

Gene Therapy Research 

At the core of that approach was the idea that viruses could be used as Trojan horses to deliver the correct sequence of the gene into the cells that harbored the mutated copy. 

In order to identify the virus that offered the best delivery service, a cadre of viral strains and species were tested, adapted, and engineered to fit the aims and hit the targets. 

It took decades of trial and error, of progressive adjustments, and a few tragic mistakes (the Pandemic) to identify the viruses that could provide the ideal backbone to develop viral vectors able to ferry genetic cargo into the target cell. 

In the midst of that global challenge, nanotechnology offered a safer and more controllable alternative: to generate structures that could replace viral vectors and do the same job, delivering a payload from the point of injection to the site of action.

Part 2 of the Package

Web Results- 21 Scientific Studies

Please Note 

 Terminology Viruses are not living organisms; they must enter a living cell to multiply. 

Therefore, antiviral agents (Nano Silver) are said to “inactivate” viruses, not “kill” them.

Nanomedicine Formulations for Respiratory Infections by Inhalation Delivery - Covid-19 and Beyond

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/340270205_Nanomedicine_Formulations_for_Respiratory_Infections_by_Inhalation_Delivery_-_Covid-19_and_Beyond

“Clinically, the treatment formulations may be most effectively applied as a first-line intervention at an early stage of respiratory infections,  i.e.,  when mostly  affecting  the upper respiratory system and bronchial tree.

 For example, the formulations could be used to control local

 outbreaks of COVID-19 via early stage home treatment.  

We note  that  similar NpC dosages also  provide antibacterial effectiveness. The non-development of silver NpC antiviral drug treatments until now is a market failure, likely due to unclear patents environment, making such developments unattractive for big pharma companies. Unfortunately, the gap between promising academic research and market regulatory approved products has been left to be filled by “alternative medicine” charlatans – giving bad publicity to the whole field. To overcome this market failure situation, this article also serves as a proclamation and blueprint for an open-source drug development program to realize it. Potential development parties – academic, clinical, manufacturing, and commercial – are invited to join via the dedicated website noted in our address.”

Toward Nanotechnology-Enabled Approaches against the COVID-19

pubs.acs.org › doi › acsnano.0c03697

Abstract · ‎COVID-19: Setting the ... · ‎Emerging Nanomaterials for ...

 

Jun 10, 2020 - (32−35) Nanotechnology-based approaches should be leveraged to help the fight against COVID-19 as well as any future pandemics, in a number of ways, including (i) novel vaccines and drugs, where nanomaterials can be leveraged for direct delivery of broad-spectrum antivirals and to support targeted therapies to the ...

 

 

Silver Nanoparticles as Potential Antiviral Agents - NCBI

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc › articles › PMC6264685

“Virus infections pose significant global health challenges. In the present scenario, nanoscale materials have emerged as novel antiviral agents for the possibilities offered by their unique chemical and physical properties. Silver nanoparticles have mainly been studied for their antimicrobial potential against bacteria, but have also proven to be active against several types of viruses including human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis B virus, herpes simplex virus, respiratory syncytial virus, and monkeypox virus. The use of metal nanoparticles provides an interesting opportunity for novel antiviral therapies. Since metals may attack a broad range of targets in the virus there is a lower possibility to develop resistance as compared to conventional antivirals.”

 

Synthesis and Application of Silver Nanoparticles (Ag NPs) for ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc › articles › PMC6695748 

Does silver disinfect?

“Silver is easily available and is known to have a microbicidal effect; moreover, it does not impose any adverse effects on the human body. The microbicidal effect is mainly due to silver ions, which have a wide antibacterial spectrum. Furthermore, the development of multidrug-resistant bacteria, as in the case of antibiotics, is less likely. 

Silver ions bind to halide ions, such as chloride, and precipitate; therefore, when used directly, their microbicidal activity is shortened. To overcome this issue, silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs) have been recently synthesized and frequently used as microbicidal agents that release silver ions from the particle surface. Depending on the specific surface area of the nanoparticles, silver ions are released with high efficiency. In addition to their bactericidal activity, small Ag NPs (<10 nm in diameter) affect viruses although the microbicidal effect of silver mass is weak. Because of their characteristics, Ag NPs are useful countermeasures against infectious diseases, which constitute a major issue in the medical field. Thus, medical tools coated with Ag NPs are being developed. This review outlines the synthesis and utilization of Ag NPs in the medical field, focusing on environment-friendly synthesis and the suppression of infections in healthcare workers (HCWs).

Keywords: antiviral property, healthcare workers (HCWs), medical application, microbicidal property, silver nanoparticles (Ag NPs), cytotoxicity”

 

 

How silver ions kill bacteria -- ScienceDaily

www.sciencedaily.com › releases › 2020/04

The National Science Foundation-funded study validated the idea of investigating the dynamics of single proteins in live bacteria, said Wang, an approach that could help researchers understand the real-time responses of bacteria to silver nanoparticles, which have been proposed for fighting against so-called "superbugs" that are resistant to commonly prescribed antibiotics.

 

Antibacterial Silver - NCBI - NIH

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc › articles › PMC2364932 by JL Clement - ‎1994 - ‎Cited by 479 - ‎Related articles The antibacterial activity of silver has long been known and has found a variety of applications because its toxicity to human cells is considerably lower than to bacteria. The most widely documented uses are prophylactic treatment of burns and water disinfection. However, the mechanisms by which silver kills cells are not known. Information on resistance mechanisms is apparently contradictory and even the chemistry of Ag+ in such systems is poorly understood.

Antimicrobial Silver in Medicinal and Consumer Applications ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov › pmc › articles › PMC6315945

The use of silver to control infections was common in ancient civilizations. In recent years, this material has resurfaced as a therapeutic option due to the increasing prevalence of bacterial resistance to antimicrobials. This renewed interest has prompted researchers to investigate how the antimicrobial properties of silver might be enhanced, thus broadening the possibilities for antimicrobial applications. This review presents a compilation of patented products utilizing any forms of silver for its bactericidal actions in the decade 2007–2017. It analyses the trends in patent applications related to different forms of silver and their use for antimicrobial purposes. Based on the retrospective view of registered patents, statements of prognosis are also presented with a view to heightening awareness of potential industrial and health care applications.

Keywords: antibiotic resistance, antimicrobial activity, medicinal silver, patents, silver, silver nanoparticles, synergism

How silver ions kill bacteria -- ScienceDaily

www.sciencedaily.com › releases › 2020/04

Apr 9, 2020 - The antimicrobial properties of silver have been known for centuries. Now scientists are seeking to better understand how the noble metal kills …”The researchers observed that silver ions were causing paired strands of DNA in the bacteria to separate, and the binding between the protein and the DNA to weaken. “Then the faster dynamics of the proteins caused by silver can be understood," said Wang. "When the protein is bound to the DNA, it moves slowly together with the DNA, which is a huge molecule in the bacteria. “In contrast, when treated with silver, the proteins fall off from the DNA, moving by themselves and thus faster."

Scientists seek a deeper understanding of how silver kills ..

phys.org › Biology › Molecular & Computational biology

Silver has been used for centuries as an antimicrobial to kill harmful bacteria. Ancient civilizations applied the metal to open wounds. Ship captains tossed silver coins into storage barrels to keep drinking water fresh. In hospitals today, silver is used in bandages to treat burn victims, destroy pathogenic microbes on catheters, and combat dangerous "superbugs" that have grown resistant to traditional antibiotic drugs.But the molecular mechanisms of how silver kills bacteria, and how resistance to silver develops in these microorganisms, are not fully understood. Now a new study, led by Faculty of Science biological scientists at the University of Calgary, helps enhance understanding of silver's antibacterial properties.

 

Bacteria killed by silver store it in their cells, making them deadly to other bacteria. Silver nanoparticles are visible inside the bacteria as white spots. RACHELI BEN-KNAZ WAKSHLAK, RAMI PEDAHZUR, AND DAVID AVNIR

Silver turns bacteria into deadly zombie

The zombie apocalypse may be more than just a horror story for some bacteria. New research shows that when exposed to a microbe-slaying silver solution, the germs can “go zombie,” wiping out their living compatriots even after death. The results may explain silver's long-lasting antibacterial power and could improve the performance of medical products that keep us safe from harmful pathogens.

Silver. A powerful weapon against microbes - Corporate

www.coloplast.com › products › wound › articles › silver-a-powerful-...

“Silver has a long history of use in wound care and the safety record of the modern silver-containing wound dressings has been excellent. Several mechanisms exist by which the body removes excess silver. These mechanisms include natural tissue turnover that occurs particularly in the epidermis,and the host metal detoxification mechanisms involving metallothioneins and glutathione occurring in the liver and kidney, where the silver is excreted ultimately in faeces and urine.” Silver is a well-documented antimicrobial that has been shown to kill bacteria, fungi and certain viruses. It is the positively charged silver ions (Ag+) that possess ...

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