Silver, regarded as a Noble Element, comes in various forms and is made into products that contribute to people’s health and well-being. It also helps solve many everyday health and well-being problems and provides a genuine solution.
One form of silver is ionically plated silver threads and woven textiles, where very thin nylon strands are literally bathed in silver. This is very different from a nano-technology coating process where the silver can fleck off and get into the environment such as in water streams and even into one’s body. With the ionically plated process, silver is totally safe and will never fleck off. Silver is proven in many scientific studies to inhibit the growth of viruses, fungi and germs on contact; in addition annihilating bacteria that contributes to acne and also causes odor,
Another form of silver is in the form of nanoparticles and is called colloidal silver. It is also considered by some to have various antimicrobial properties. The problem that many are more tuned into since the days of the pandemic and on many screens today’s more germ conscious world, is that silver is believed by many to combat the harmful bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that can cause infections and illness.
Another benefit of our silver threads and textiles results from what is called highly “conductive”. Silver is thermal conductive and regulates temperature. It is also a scientifically proven shield and protective barrier to EMFs and radiation waves from 5G – and soon to be more proliferating wave radiating technologies. In addition to providing a remarkable protective EMF/RF shield (used today by NASA and the Defense Department in installations) it is also, on the plus side, an outstanding grounding material due to its conductivity attributes. Grounding, also called earthing, is where a person is connected bodily to the positive and beneficial energy in the earth’s surfaces when in direct contact with grass, sand, soil, unsealed tile/brick and yes, even concrete and hugging trees.
Silver has been used for its antimicrobial properties for centuries, and in modern times, it has been incorporated into various products such as wound dressings, medical devices, and even clothing. The antimicrobial action of silver is attributed to its ability to disrupt the metabolic processes of microorganisms, ultimately leading to their inactivation and preventing their growth. One of the primary problems that pure silver is believed to address, one also seeing a resurgence today in over the counter dressings, is the risk of infection in wounds and injuries. By using pure silver in wound dressings or topical preparations, some individuals believe that it can help prevent or reduce the risk of bacterial or fungal infections, contributing to better wound healing and overall recovery.
Additionally, pure silver is used in some water purification systems and medical devices to help inhibit the growth of bacteria and other pathogens. This application is intended to address the problem of contaminated water sources and the potential for infection transmission through medical equipment.
Many proponents of pure silver suggest that it may have potential in addressing antibiotic-resistant bacteria, also known as "superbugs." As traditional antibiotics become less effective and even resistant against certain strains of bacteria, there is a growing concern about the need for alternative antimicrobial agents. Pure silver is considered by some to be a potential candidate for addressing this problem, although, as always additional research to fully understand its effectiveness in this context would buoy its stature.
It's important to note that while pure silver may have antimicrobial properties, there are also considerations associated with its use – and the other side of the coin, so to speak. There is always controversy, even around modalities and remedies that have a scientific foundation. Silver can, if overly ingested and injected directly through one’s skin as in days of old, in some cases it accumulate in the body over time. This can lead to what is also regarded by some as an old wives tale, to a condition called argyria, which causes the skin to turn a bluish-gray color. This is very rare.
As with any health-related product or treatment, it's advisable to consult with healthcare professionals and consider scientific evidence before using pure silver or silver-containing products. While the antimicrobial properties of silver are recognized, it's essential to weigh the potential benefits always against one’s personal physiology and lifestyle.
In summary, the core problem that pure silver is believed to solve is related to its potential antimicrobial properties, which can be applied to combat harmful bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms. Whether in wound care, water purification, or other applications, such as sprays, mists, cloths and even apparel, pure silver is considered by some to be a valuable resource in addressing the challenges posed by infectious agents in various settings.