L.A.S MEDIA HOUSE

Friday, 15 August 2014

INTRODUCING NANO SILVER AS EBOLA CURE

Bitter Kola, Salt and Water..Now NANO SILVER
Nano Silver is the first experimental treatment for the Ebola
Virus to get to Nigeria for use of patients at the Infectious
Diseases Hospital, Lagos.
The use of Nano Silver was confirmed by the Minister of
Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu at a news conference in
Abuja yesterday, stating it had been offered by a Nigerian
in Diaspora.
This should be good news, that there is now a drug to try to
treat the Nigerians who have tested positive for Ebola, but
the Minister is not telling us all we need to know.
It is instructive to note that soon after the Nigerian
announcement, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
began to warn of products that fraudulently claim to prevent
or treat Ebola.
Nano Silver is not classified as a drug, because it is not so
certified by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ─ the
American equivalent of NAFDAC. Rather, Nano Silver is
classified as a "supplement"
Its creator, American Doctor, Rima Laibow who calls it a
'drug-free medicine" is into "natural solutions" or what is
better known as alternative medicine. She sells things like
"hemp oil" and "organic chocolate" as cure for illnesses.
Normally this is how it is used:
Rima launched a campaign of "10 PPM" to make Nano
Silver available, with the theme "no one need die from
Ebola: You and your friends can stop it".
Under the scheme, you are supposed to "make the pledge of
10″ ─ to get the information about Nano Silver across to 10
people.
Step 1: Secure the protocol for the use of Nano Silver 10 PPM
by going to her website and entering your email address.
Step 2: Calculate how much Nano Silver 10 PPM you need
and make sure you have enough on hand.
Step 3: Take the Pledge for 10. Make yourself a promise that
you will send out this information on social media and by
email, in your club's website, your PTA or whatever to make
sure that at least 10 other people are protected in the same
way.
"Let's do the math," she says. "If 10,000 people protect
themselves and enlist 10 each to do the same, we have a
hundred thousand who will not die. Then when they share
the protection information with enough people that 10 react
to each one, we have a million people. Ten of their friends
and we have 10 million.
One more multiplication and we have 100 million people,
1/3 of the population of the United States." A bit
complicated, it seems, but an unnamed Nigerian has taken
the offer and the solution to the Ebola outbreak to Nigeria.
The American doctor has made it even more imperative that
we ask questions of our government officials.
In a mail sent to Myne, she said
"Let me be frank. I have serious concerns which I am
sharing here with you about the sudden appearance of a
Nano Silver "drug". First of all, Nano Silver is a nutrient
not a drug. Nano silver is also not a vaccine.
The announcement today (Thursday) that nano silver will
be brought to Nigeria by a doctor who "discovered" it
and will patent it is very troubling.
Despite the fact that our organization and I have been
very public about the use of Nano Silver for Ebola, this
doctor has not contacted me about this use (which is OK –
perhaps he knows more than I do) and, much more
concerning, has not secured his Nano Silver from the only
manufacturer who has made a nano solution which has
been shown in rigorous studies to inactivate the Ebola
virus.
I know because that is the manufacture who makes the
Nano Silver 10 PPM that our organization offers and is
the precise solution which was used in the research
referenced above which is, as far as I know, the only such
research that has ever been conducted and published."
Apparently,Ebola is a man made virus. I pray nano silver
works to proof America wrong. This is surely a concern, and
we think the Nigerian government ought to take it seriously.
The Minister said to the press that details of how the Nano
Silver drug was delivered to Nigeria will be disclosed
later but we need the details now.
Sent from my BlackBerry wireless device from MTN

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