Providing Columbia Mo with a quality dietary supplement

Providing Columbia Missouri with a quality dietary supplement. Nano sized silver ions make Beinki's own Colloidal Silver and Ionic Silver the best locally made mineral supplement. I have also become a Youngevity Distributor. I will answer your questions the best I can

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

In vitro Study: Colloidal Silver prevents Aids Virus Spreading

In spite of the fact that it has not yet been fully embraced by the medical community as an anti-viral agent, nevertheless, safe, natural mineral silver, in a variety of forms, including colloidal silver, has nearly three decades worth of solid medical research behind it, demonstrating its powerful anti-viral qualities.
Indeed, newer clinical laboratory research demonstrates that silver is so powerfully effective against viruses, it even stops the deadly HIV (i.e., the AIDs virus) from infecting human cells. And older research dating back to the 1980’s demonstrates that silver can stop numerous types of viruses from replicating, simply by bonding to them.
In fact, silver altogether decimates many viruses, simply by being in close contact with them. READ MORE

Thursday, July 25, 2013

New Virus found in Missouri woods

The mystery actually began with two Missouri farmers who came down with a strange illness in 2009. They had high fevers, diarrhea and nausea. Their platelet counts dropped dramatically, though they didn't experience any abnormal bleeding.
Doctors thought it was a bacterial infection. But antibiotics didn't help. So a quick-thinking physician at in St. Joseph, Mo., sent the men's blood to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. When virologists looked at the samples under the microscope, they discovered a virus that no one had ever seen before. They named it the HEARTLAND VIRUS, in honor of its origin and the Midwest. READ MORE  NOTE: "If ANY Missouri Farmer contracts this virus I will send you a batch of my colloidal silver free, you just pay shipping." beinki

Saturday, July 20, 2013

CDC: "Whooping cough Tdap Vaccine could cause a severe allergic reaction

Click HERE for the CDC's complete list of vaccine side effects. Only 15 cases of whopping cough were reported last year in Boone County Missouri.
Free vaccines are being offered next week to combat the threat of whooping cough. 9 a.m. to noon on July 27 at the Health Department, 1005 W. Worley St. So if you feel the need to get shot up here is what might occur:
Chills, body aches, sore joints, rash, swollen glands, Pain, Redness or swelling, Fever over 102°F, Headache, Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach ache, Swelling of the entire arm, severe pain, bleeding and redness... enjoy, beinki

Friday, July 19, 2013

China scientists use silver to fight bacteria

Silver has a long history of being used as an antibacterial material, and is viewed with renewed interest today for applications such as wound healing. Recently, a team of scientists from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) has studied the interaction of nanoparticles on graphene oxide sheet with E. coli and observed behaviour that could lead to the synthesis and assembly of innovative and highly active antibacterial materials. READ MORE

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Highly Contagious Disease Spreading Among Local Children

Philadelphia doctors are warning that the water is helping to spread a highly contagious disease that puts children, particularly infants and toddlers, at risk.
It’s called hand, foot and mouth disease, and it's caused by the coxsackie virus. Symptoms of hand, foot and mouth include fever, headache, loss of appetite and painful blisters that form on the palms of hands, soles of feet and lips -- hence the name (not to be confused with foot-and-mouth disease, a virus that can cause lockjaw in cattle and be fatal).
Doctors say children spread it in fountains, pools daycares, playgrounds and at home. They also say it’s extremely contagious among toddlers who haven’t been exposed to the virus before. READ MORE Got Silver? beinki

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Big Pharma's Lurid tactics Under Fire

At first it was just GlaxoSmithKline, the multinational mega drugmaker headquartered in the UK, that has been on the hot seat in China for a month. Four of its Chinese executives were arrested: operations manager Liang Hong, human resources director Zhang Guowei, legal affairs director Zhao Hongyan, and business development manager Huang Hong. GSK’s general manager in China, a Brit named Mark Reilly, absconded to London in June. READ MORE

Monday, July 15, 2013

Antibiotics in infancy linked to eczema

In a new review of previous research, children who took antibiotics in their first year of life were about 40 percent more likely to develop eczema, an itchy skin disorder.

Kids' exposure to antibiotics taken by their mothers during pregnancy was not tied to the common rash, however, according to the results published in the British Journal of Dermatology.

Experts said the new study supports the idea that antibiotics destroy intestinal microbes that play an important role in the immune system's development after birth.  READ MORE

Friday, July 12, 2013

Silver nanoparticles prevent infection, including AIDS

Viruses are very small, in fact, about 100 times smaller than any bacteria. They were "discovered" by a succession of scientists in the late 19th century and can only be seen by the human eye under an electron microscope. Measured in nanometers, they are so very small that they barely seem to be part of our physical world. They are the size of atomic particles and like other particles, at times, they can behave like waves.
They are extremely simple entities. Unlike their more complex bacterial counterparts, they do not possess their own means of reproduction. Viruses are reliant on a living host to replicate. They can remain dormant for long periods of time, until they find a suitable environment. Then they invade the body of a cell and assume control of its genetic code and cause it to begin replicating the virus.
Another important difference between the two is that some bacteria are beneficial to human beings; but viruses are never anything but destructive. READ MORE

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Bacteria sickens 92 lake swimmers

A bacteria spread through contact with contaminated water is to blame for an illness that sickened 92 people at a July 4 event, state health officials said Tuesday.
Lab tests determined the culprit to be the shigella bacteria, which can cause gastrointestinal distress. Sixteen of those sickened at Spring Lake Beach in Burrillville were hospitalized and four remained in the hospital on Tuesday, but none of the illnesses was believed to be severe. READ MORE

AND Missouri's Dept of Natural Resources closes three public beaches because of high levels of bacteria  READ MORE 

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Ionic silver grows finger back

“OK That is over stating it a bit, but not by much. Last night my wife was using her new slicer and removed two large chunks from her fingers (fortunately they did not end up in my salad). She immediately sprayed the ionic silver on the wounds, even while bleeding and then placed band aids over the wounds. After two more silver sprayings her gashes were markedly improved by only this morning! This confirms by belief in the cell regenerative properties of colloidal and ionic silver.” beinki

Friday, July 5, 2013

Improve your canning process using ionic silver.

Colloidal silver or ionic silver is the perfect choice to extend the shelf life of canned foods. It can easily be added to the Boiling water bath canning method or any canning method you use. Microbial growth is the main factor in food spoilage so I suggest adding  1 tablespoon of 10 ppm colloidal silver per quart when home-canning, especially if you’re using the boiling-water-bath method. Seal the lids as per usual. And for long-term storage of beverages like tomato juice, vegetable juices and water is to add one ounce of 10 ppm colloidal silver per gallon. You can learn more about canning through the University of Missouri Extension Center HERE and join their canning classes.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

How Environmentalists Are Destroying the Market for Antimicrobial Silver

another great post from Steve...
For the past 12 years the American public has been clamoring for more consumer products that utilize antimicrobial silver in order to help reduce levels of infectious microorganisms and prevent infections and disease. 

But the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has thrown roadblock after roadblock into the paths of companies willing to meet the growing public demand for products that utilize antimicrobial silver, even to the point of stringently enforcing their strange categorization of antimicrobial silver as a “pesticide,” and imposing mounds of new regulations (which we’ll look at in this article) making it more difficult for companies to bring such products to market.

Worse yet, whenever a company agrees to jump through the EPA’s regulatory hoops in order to manufacture a product containing antimicrobial silver, litigious environmental groups emerge out of the woodwork to file lawsuits against the EPA in order to prevent the agency from allowing the product to be manufactured and sold to the American public.READ MORE

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Spinning Up Antibacterial Silver On Glass

The antibacterial effects of silver are well established. Now, researchers at Yonsei University in Seoul, Republic of Korea, have developed a technique to coat glass with a layer of silver ions that can prevent growth of pathogenic bacteria including Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium and Campylobacter jejuni. The technology could be used to protect medical equipment and... READ MORE