In-vitro Independent Labs Prove NutraSilver Kills MRSA Fast
Most people want proof before they try anything new, right? I’ll bet you are no different.
So, we set out to discover if NutraSilver kills MRSA. Not only were the scientists who conducted our FDA-certified independent in-vitro lab tests amazed, but we were amazed at the incredible “killing power” of NutraSilver too.
Traditional MRSA Disease Super-Bug Treatments
One of the most perplexing and difficult infections to control is MRSA, also referred as the flesh-eating infection that is impervious to antibiotics. The problem is that once a new antibiotic is developed to kill these bacteria, it mutates so that the antibiotic is no longer effective against it. Scientists have been fighting this infection for years and they are loosing the battle… because they’ve been looking in the wrong places.
NutraSilver®, in this FDA-certified in-vitro lab test, NutraSilver killed 1.33 BILLION MRSA cells at the rate of 99.9999% in just 60 seconds.
NOTE: Facts about the lab tests themselves
All lab tests were paid for by NutraSilver and none of them were submitted to the FDA for approval. The reference to ‘FDA-certified’ means the LABS are certified, NOT the actual tests. In-vitro studies are not indicative of the results from human ingestion (in-vivo) studies or formal clinical trials.
According to the Mayo clinic “MRSA infection is caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria — often called “staph.” MRSA stands for Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. It’s a strain of staph that’s resistant to the broad-spectrum antibiotics commonly used to treat it. MRSA can be fatal and too often is.”
Worse than that, sufferers may be confined to hospital quarantine and lay in bed, in pain, waiting to die because nothing the doctors can do will help. It’s so sad and so unnecessary.
MRSA is killing more people than AIDS!
MRSA is rampant in hospitals, gyms and within the community. Most antibiotics are no longer effective against this kind of Staph infection, so medical science is frantically searching for a non-toxic solution.