MIAmobi’s™ antibacterial lining sanitizes your cell phone and other electronic devices
For readers who may be unfamiliar with colloidal silver and its powerful infection-fighting qualities, a little background is in order. First of all, it is important to understand that the antibacterial qualities of pure silver have been widely known for literally thousands of years., Those antibacterial qualities are still widely recognized worldwide today. For example, in the days of the Roman legions, silver coins were placed into water containers to prevent bacterial contamination of the drinking water during their long marches into war. And today, silver based water filtration systems are used in NASA space flights to help prevent bacterial contamination of the astronaut’s drinking water during their long journeys into space!
When you get down to the nano scale, however, where silver particles are just a few billionths of a meter, it really gets interesting.
It has been known for years now that nanoparticles of silver are able to destroy harmful bacteria. The nanoparticles generate unique chemicals, known as “highly reactive oxygen species,” which inhibit the growth of bacteria. This is great, because we all hate those harmful bacteria. Nano-silver, for instance, is already found in certain fabrics to destroy odor-causing bacteria, and some high-tech washing machines generate tiny particles of silver for essentially the same reason.
As Dr. Joseph Weissman, M.D., board certified immunologist and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California Medical School, would later write, “Today, many antibiotics are losing the battle with germs. Fortunately, the best germ killer, which was discovered over 2,000 years ago, is finally getting the proper attention from medical science – natural silver. I sincerely recommend that everyone have electrically generated colloidal silver in their home as an antiseptic, antibacterial and antifungal agent.”
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Germs on cell phones in the news:
Cell phones are a breeding ground for germs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lmwbBzClAc
Cell phone have 18 times more bacteria than a toilet handle: