Due to its known antibacterial and antiviral properties, colloidal silver is being used as a disinfectant spray on Hong Kong subways. London and other parts of UK (United Kingdom) are also planning to use the same measure to prevent the spread of viruses in their country, especially in the train stations.
The MTR company in Hong Kong used the nano silver-titanium dioxide coating (NSTDC) as a disinfectant spray on many surfaces of the Hong Kong train station. With an estimated 2.5 million commuters every day, Hong Kong is one of those countries who have the most numbers of train commuters. That is why it is no surprise that the popular H1N1 virus spread easily in the country. Colloidal silver, which has been proven to have antimicrobial properties, is one of their government’s measures to prevent the spread of viruses and other microorganisms in their country.
The NSTDC disinfectant spray has been proven to be effective in killing different kinds of viruses, bacteria, and mold. The solution was sprayed over all the surfaces in the train station including Add Value machine, ticket issuing machines, handrails, grab poles, buttons in the elevator, and straps.
In a report made in 2006, London and other parts of UK are creating anti-flu disinfectant spray to be used in different train station, and colloidal silver is one of the candidates.
Colloidal silver has been used long ago by doctors and other health professionals to treat their patients. It was used to speed up the healing process of burns, cure common colds and flu, and improve the immune system of the body. The solution was also seen to be better than antibiotics because unlike the latter, it goes straight into the bad bacteria, leaving only good bacteria in the body.
Interested buyers can purchased it online, health stores, or can even make it at home by using generators.
Source: Natural News, Colloidal silver antibacterial liquid sprayed on Hong Kong subways as public health measure. Last Accessed: December 26, 2014. View the article screenshot here. Photo Credit: Google Search, Off Track Planet.