“I got to thinking again and my curiosity struck one more time. I was reading about H.I.V. with the recent Charley Sheen situation. I started looking back into it as this virus intrigued me since I was in middle school. I have a family member with H.I.V. in which whom I love dearly. I had set aside my reading on the topic as I had my hands full taking care of both my elderly aunts one in which whom died from breast cancer that spread to her lungs a little over a year ago. This hits home for me in many ways. I started doing my usual information gathering. I have said it before I will say it again I love the Google Scholar search engine for all my scientific related inquiries. Unfortunately a lot of material is not free and well I really do not have it to pay for all the information I want to obtain. I would be more than broke if I tried. I made due with the information at hand. This lead me from one link to another. The deeper I dug the more interesting it got. I came up with a few methods not an exact science as I do not know the amounts of each substance needed in the formula to come up with a definite equation.Method one, mix of colloidal silver and the barometric chamber. I sat there and though to myself how can we get oxygen back into the blood and tissues with colloidal silver to re oxygenate the blood and fight the virus. I kept reading and came across the information of Heliox a mix of helium and oxygen as a better method in controlling the oxygen levels in the body. This is where I came up with method two, possible treatment and solution for hiv/aids infected patients. Blood oxygen saturation through the method of inhalating heliox plus colloidal silver nanonites. This method should allow re oxygenating the body with the medicinal healing effects of the colloidal silver implemented through the inhalation of a heliox mix with colloidal silver.
The question remains, dosage and particle size of the colloidal silver? What is the key combination of colloidal silver and heliox inhalation solution that will re-oxygenate the blood,tissues and body all the while fighting the virus with the colloidal silver and replenishing the blood oxygen levels by use of heliox?”…. ( This is part of the material I have been reading from a p.d.f. that I downloaded Journal of Nanobiotechnology ; Research Open Access Interaction of silver nanoparticles with HIV-1 Jose Luis Elechiguerra1, Justin L Burt1, Jose R Morones1, Alejandra CamachoBragado2, Xiaoxia Gao2, Humberto H Lara3 and Miguel Jose Yacaman*1,2 Address: 1Department of Chemical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, USA, 2Texas Materials Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas 78712, USA and 3Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León, Mexico Email: Jose Luis Elechiguerra – firstname.lastname@example.org; Justin L Burt – email@example.com; Jose R Morones – firstname.lastname@example.org; Alejandra Camacho-Bragado – email@example.com; Xiaoxia Gao – firstname.lastname@example.org; Humberto H Lara – email@example.com; Miguel Jose Yacaman* – firstname.lastname@example.org * Corresponding author Abstract The interaction of nanoparticles with biomolecules and microorganisms is an expanding field of research. Within this field, an area that has been largely unexplored is the interaction of metal nanoparticles with viruses. In this work, we demonstrate that silver nanoparticles undergo a sizedependent interaction with HIV-1, with nanoparticles exclusively in the range of 1–10 nm attached to the virus. The regular spatial arrangement of the attached nanoparticles, the center-to-center distance between nanoparticles, and the fact that the exposed sulfur-bearing residues of the glycoprotein knobs would be attractive sites for nanoparticle interaction suggest that silver nanoparticles interact with the HIV-1 virus via preferential binding to the gp120 glycoprotein knobs. Due to this interaction, silver nanoparticles inhibit the virus from binding to host cells, as demonstrated in vitro. Background Nanotechnology provides the ability to engineer the properties of materials by controlling their size, and this has driven research toward a multitude of potential uses for nanomaterials. In the biological sciences, many applications for metal nanoparticles are being explored, including biosensors, labels for cells and biomolecules, and cancer therapeutics. It has been demonstrated that, in the case of noble-metal nanocrystals, the electromagnetic, optical and catalytic properties are highly influenced by shape and size [5-7]. This has driven the development of synthesis routes that allow a better control of morphology and size [8-13]. Noble-metal nanomaterials have been synthesized using a variety of methods, including hard-template, bioreduction and solution phase syntheses[8,10-13]. Among noble-metal nanomaterials, silver nanoparticles have received considerable attention due to their attractive physicochemical properties. The surface plasmon resonance and large effective scattering cross section of individual silver nanoparticles make them ideal candidates for molecular labeling, where phenomena such as surface enhance Raman scattering (SERS) can be exploited. In addition, the strong toxicity that silver exhibits in various chemical forms to a wide range of microorganisms is very well known [16-18], and silver nanoparticles have recently been shown to be a promising antimicrobial material. Published: 29 June 2005 Journal of Nanobiotechnology 2005, 3:6 doi:10.1186/1477-3155-3-6 Received: 28 March 2005 Accepted: 29 June 2005 This article is available from: http://www.jnanobiotechnology.com/content/3/1/6 © 2005 Elechiguerra et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited) The above can be found via Google Scholars search engine for the topic of Research Open Access Interaction of silver nanoparticles with HIV-1 Jose Luis Elechiguerra1, Justin L Burt1, Jose R Morones1, Alejandra CamachoBragado2, Xiaoxia Gao2, Humberto H Lara3 and Miguel Jose Yacaman*1,2)
All I did was ask the Center For Infectious Disease And Research to look into the possible treatment and cure by use of colloidal silver through a nebulizer with treatments of heliox. My other blog is still in the making as I continue to read the research that has already been conducted by medical scientists that gave me the thought of this method. I will further my reading and try to find someone to listen or some article to see if it has been tried. I am still in shock that I was blocked on a social media page for asking a research center to look into a theory. What was so wrong about wanting to save lives? It is not like I am just talking out of my hind side spewing off misinformation. The correct scientific studies and documentations exist and have for the most part been tried as first was a theory of someone. The question will always remain in my mind, “Center For Infectious Disease, How Much Do They Really Care?”.