H1N1 & Electrolyzed Water

October 3, 2009

With so much being reported, these days, about H1N1 (Swine Flu) and the mounting cases being counted, here and abroad, it is no wonder there has been an increasing rate of concern among people seeking answers for protection and prevention.  To date, attention has been mainly focused on the development of pharmaceutical vaccines for “protection” coupled with a public awareness campaign to employ increased self-help measures (hygiene and changed habits) for “prevention”.  Lost in the fray, however, is our government’s reluctance to acknowledge or use a readily available, all natural solution “Electrolyzed Water” (also known as Anolyte) to mitigate, for instance, the H1N1 flu epidemic.

The Electrolyzed Water technology was originally developed in Russia over 4 decades ago.  For years, thereafter, renowned universities and institutions (the world over) studied, tested and proved that Anolyte (the non-toxic liquid generated by this scientific breakthrough), did, in fact, achieve stunning results when tested against disease causing viruses and other applications.  Ongoing academic clinical research continues to prove and re-confirm that Anolyte is 100% effective against an extensive array of viruses…to include H1N1.

Earlier this year, other companies (now engaging in the emergent field of electrolyzed water here in the USA) have released reports to support their recent H1N1 findings.  Based on the results of their tests, these published reports describe how this technology and, most specifically, the fluids it produces, are capable of protecting humanity against the H1N1 pandemic.  Reports like these are all very well and good, but not, exactly, new knowledge.  This information does, however, further serve to confirm the overwhelming effectiveness of Anolyte and lend a collective voice in support of the ever-growing industry to herald the list of benefits derived from Anolyte’s properties…not to mention its commercial value when pitted against costly vaccines and potential side-effects/risks.

I am very pleased to say that, in 2007, NatureTech Solutions, Inc. was considerably ahead of the curve.  In late fall that year, NTS commissioned a study with Dr. Huaguang Lu at Penn State…Avian Virologist, Senior Research Associate, Head of Avian Virology Section, Animal Diagnostic Laboratory, Dept. of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences at The Pennsylvania State University.  The purpose of the study was to determine the efficacy of NTS Anolyte against a host of viruses.

In April 2008, I received Dr. Lu’s report, and we were both ecstatic at seeing the test results…briefly detailed below.  The complete study included various strains of the avian flu virus…including H1N1…and other important avian viruses.  These extraordinary findings were provided to several government/state agencies, health departments and news media.  To date, response has come from the State of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) and USDA labs.  With growing concerns being manifested about various predictions and potential effects that the H1N1 flu could have in the work place, PDA began their own in-house testing to evaluate, first hand, the practical application and effectiveness of Anolyte in an effort to protect the work force in their facility and to offset the anticipated rate of elevated absenteeism.  PDA is extremely pleased with the results to date and further encourages NTS to expand testing in other fields of use and application ranging from dairy to agriculture.  Meanwhile, as I previously reported, USDA continues to conduct their own studies to determine how Anolyte can possibly be used in fish processing to make products safer for the consumer.

Following is Dr. Lu’s study for your interest…

Project Title:  Evaluation of the “Anolyte Water” or “Neutral Electrolyzed Water” Disinfectant Solution on Inactivation of Avian Influenza Virus and Other Avian Viruses

Tests were conducted on 6 levels—each to determine the effects of the Anolyte Water solution on inactivation of Avian influenza Virus (AIV)

  • Ten avian influenza viruses were tested against: H1N1, N2N2, H3N2, H4N8, H5N2, H5N3, H5N9, H6N8, H7N2 AND N9N1. Paramyxoviruses (PMV) and Newcastle disease virus (NDV, or PMV-1)
  • Infectious Bronchitis virus (IBV)
  • Fowl Adenovirus (FAV)
  • Four FAV strains of M2, KR5, C229 and LA/SPF/C
  • Avian Reovirus: 10 field isolates of avian reovirus were used
  • Pigeon’s Herpervirous: 10 field isolates of pigeon herpervirous were used.

The results of the Dr. Lu’s study, conducted in behalf of NTS, concluded that all 40 subject viruses were 100% inactivated with a 1:2 & 1:5 dilution ratio within 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 30 min, 60 min and 120 min reaction time tested.  NTS provided its own brand (“NEWater”) of the Anolyte water fluid for use in this study…at a pH of 6.7, Oxidation Reduction (ORP) of 910 and Free Available Chlorine (FAC) of 400 parts per million.  Another name common to Anolyte is Hypochlorous Acid (the human body produces Hypochlorous Acid naturally as part of its immune system).  Dilution of Anolyte to the 1:2 and 1:5 ratio was accomplished using sterile distilled water or deionized water.

I am very proud of the work and results achieved by Dr. Lu and, prouder still, of my team of dedicated NTS staff members.  At NTS, our team works continuously to develop this earth friendly, green technology in ways to provide mankind new methods to resolve numerous and distinct issues.  NTS is focused on creating a brighter, cleaner, non-toxic future for the planet and its inhabitants (people, livestock, crops).  While NTS may still be considered a small company, our capability, know-how and ideas are huge.

Should you wish to receive the full NTS report outlined above, please let us know (www.naturetechsolutions.com).  We will get back to you as soon as possible. In the meantime, I thank you for taking your time to read this blog…and encourage you to share it with your friends and associates.  At NTS, we continue to provide new answers to resolve old problems…naturally.

Roman Fyk, President

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