Now, Silver Touch to Malaria Cure
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17 February 2011
Small silver nano particles mixed with water can cure malaria in just three days, said Dr BM Hegde, former vice-chancellor of the Manipal University. These tiny metal particles have the power to cure diseases like dengue and malaria, he said.
Speaking at a lecture on energy medicine at the Voluntary Health Services on Wednesday, he said his study published in ‘Indian Practitioner’, a medical journal on holistic healthcare, showed how tiny silver particles mixed with water cured malaria in African population.
He said the study was done in Africa, which has been battling the epidemic for several decades now, as he did not get permission from the Indian government to do a similar study here. "We have now proved this natural therapy works," he said.
He said the solution is now commercially available in countries like the United States at $10 for a bottle of 100ml. Dr Hegde is now planning to make it available at 5 in India. "In fact, we will be able to give people the ability to make this solution at home. It can prevent various problems starting from a soar throat," he said.
Silver gauges, when applied on wounds, help in the regeneration of tissues, he said. "We have used it on a senior police official and he is doing extremely well. We are now studying the possibility of using these gauges on people with diabetic ulcers and to cure leprosy wounds," he said.
Hegde said he has also been working with the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore to develop a vaccine for HIV. He did not reveal details about the study but only said they were moving towards a "positive direction".
Vladimir Vysotskii of the department of biophysics application at Keiv National Shevcheko University, Ukraine, spoke about the positive effects of water in treatment of various ailments including cancer.
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