E3 Nano Silver, 4.5oz

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Silver has been historically used for centuries to treat a variety of ails, from skin rashes and sinus infections, to the flu, and more. Today, many people turn to silver...
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Silver has been historically used for centuries to treat a variety of ails, from skin rashes and sinus infections, to the flu, and more. Today, many people turn to silver as a natural alternative to treat minor illnesses, to disinfect surfaces and to deodorize by killing the bacteria that cause foul odors.

• Silver nanoparticles are microscopic particles of silver measuring between 1 - 100 nanometers. These nanoparticles are given off by silver naturally and cause a self-sterilizing effect known as oligodynamic. This is what made silver an excellent choice for the original eating utensils verses the stainless steel “silver”ware we use today. When you eat with silver utensils you are eating silver nanoparticles.

• According to US National Library of Medicine National Library of Health, silver has anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. “It has been reported that AgNPs (silver nanoparticles) can anchor to the bacterial cell wall and consequently infiltrate it. This action will cause physical changes in the bacterial membrane, like the membrane damage, which can lead to cellular contents leakage and bacterial death.” 

• Jose Ruben Morones and team investigated the bactericidal (killing power) activity of silver nanoparticles and said this, “Our results indicate that the bactericidal properties of the nanoparticles are size dependent, since the only nanoparticles that present a direct interaction with the bacteria preferentially have a diameter of ~1–10 nm.” E3 Nano Silver provides you with effective sized nanoparticles between 3 - 7 nanometers.

• Higher concentrations of colloidal silver can lead to increasing risks for toxicity, therefore, you would want to look for a formula with a lower concentration or parts per million (ppm). E3 Nano Silver is 9 ppm and is safe and effective.