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Antimicrobial

Over the last few years, there’s been a slow build of interest in nano silver (which legit colloidal silvers, like MesoSilver, are made of) among the scientific community. Mostly, these studies have been happening abroad (Hong Kong, India…). But now, thanks to many companies using nano silver in their products to reduce germs, fight odors, […]

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The evidence is mounting up against triclosan, a chemical added to many household products (many of which come into intimate contact with your body) to prevent germs. Toothpaste (it’s added to prevent gingivitis), mouthwash, deodorant, soap and kitchen appliances may all contain triclosan, and all of these provide ample opportunity for triclosan to get absorbed […]

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The EPA has approved its first nano silver product. A silver silicon compound, it’s designed to give long lasting antimicrobial resistance to clothes and other fabric materials, which in turn reduces smells, staining, and other bacteria-caused problems While the company is being held responsible for producing more tests demonstrating not just the safety of nano […]

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