Is There an Efficacious Treatment For Malaria?

According to Faiz Kermani, PhD, Chiltern International, UK, malaria is the world’s best known parasitic disease. In a study by an international medical aid agency, Medecins Sans Frontiers (MSF), it was reported that despite tropical diseases accounting for 10 percent of the global health burden, few new medicines were being developed in this area. Consequently, the pharmaceutical industry has encountered strong criticism for not focusing more on tropical diseases. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also described malaria as the “Number One Priority Tropical Disease”. It kills more people in the world than any other communicable disease except tuberculosis.

Little known to the scientific community, malaria has recently found a formidable combatant, an efficacious treatment has been Patent (see below link) on November 14, 2006 by American Silver, LLC. Distributor, Nutronix International, a nutrition & health supplement company, with its lab, has developed an affordable, over the counter, exclusively formulated product that has been proven to destroy these parasites; it’s now the best Colloidal Silver available. The patented method comprises, “the step of administering the composition, one to five times a day orally to the patient until there was a response.”, per the sited patent. And, “Eleven patients were treated with about ten ml (two teaspoons) each of a composition of the present invention three times per day. The patients showed a resolution of symptoms within five days.”

Malaria is a disease, as noted by the Columbia Encyclopedia & the WHO, caused by parasites (protozoan parasites of genus Plasmodium) that infect the red blood cells of the body. These parasites typically enter the human body through mosquito bites. The Anopheles (female) mosquito is the sole carrier of these parasites since male mosquitoes do not feed on blood. When an infected mosquito bites a person for food supply, sporozoites in the mosquito’s saliva get into the bloodstream and migrate to the liver. Within 30 minutes of entering the human body, these sporozoites infect hepatocytes and multiply rapidly.

Quoting from the Kaiser Family Foundation, “People with malaria typically have periods of chills, fevers and sweating that recur every one, two or three days. When the malaria parasites infect a person’s red blood cells, the person’s temperature rises and the person feels hot. Then, when infected red blood cells burst, the person feels cold and shivers. Nausea, headache, fatigue, muscle pain, vomiting and diarrhea often accompany the fever. These symptoms often are mistaken for influenza or gastrointestinal infections. The destruction of red blood cells also can cause jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes) and anemia (a lower-than-normal level of red blood cells).”

“Malaria is endemic in 91 countries, affecting 40 percent of the world’s population.” And, according to recent WHO estimates the disease is responsible for up to 2.5 million deaths a year, many of these among those aged 5 years or younger, yet in terms of new drug development the disease is widely seen as a neglected one.

The best way to prevent malaria (or other diseases caused by mosquito bites) is to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. However, for most of us, we’re not even aware mosquitoes are around until we’ve been bitten; children are even more susceptible. Both Dr Charlie Easmon and Mount Sinai Hospital say, the best ways to avoid mosquitoes are denying them the opportunity to thrive near your place (stagnant water), having screens in your windows and doors, spraying of insecticide inside the house, applying insect repellent lotion on the skin, and even using mosquito nets.

Prior to this new patented product, per Dr. B.S. Kakkilaya’s website, the most commonly used anti-malarial drugs were Chloroquine, Primaquine, Quinine, Pyrimethamine/Sulfadoxine, Tetracyclines, Mefloquine, Artemisinin, Halofantrine, and Atovaquone/Proguanil. These anti-malarial drugs require administration by doctors. The great news is that a doctor’s prescription is not required to purchase The New Silver Solution; it may be purchased as an over-the-counter preventative care measure for your family; it’s safe, effective and affordable. Look into it for yourself.


Fighting A ‘Neglected’ Killer – Ed. Faiz Kermani, PhD, May 2, 2003 {!ArcEntryInfo=0004.75.I41CD7A6&NewServerName=MYSERVER}

Malaria In Africa – Ed. World Health Organization (WHO), {}

What is Malaria? – Ibid, {}

Treatment of Humans with Colloidal Silver Composition – United States Patent, November 14, 2006 {[],135,195.PN.&OS=PN/7,135,195&RS=PN/7,135,195}

Prevention of Malaria – Ed. Dr Charlie Easmon, January 4, 2005 {}

FAQ: How Do I Avoid Mosquito Bites – Ed. Microbiology Department, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, Canada, {[]}

MALARIA – The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition 2006 {}

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Maria? – Ed. Kaiser Family Foundation, 2006 {}

Anti Malarial Drugs – Ed. Dr. B.S. Kakkilaya, April 14, 2006 {}

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