This is a product that is just too good to be easily believed. So, up front, I admit to plagiarizing virtually all the information I have placed here. I want my listeners to know that these are not claims that I am making. These comments have been approved for the manufacturer by the EPA. It is an “EPA-registered disinfectant & sanitizer that kills 99.9% of germs, even Staph, MRSA, Norovirus, Influenza A, Salmonella, and Listeria when used as directed. It’s on EPS’s N list of Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19.”
Hypochlorous Acid, I’m told, is produced by every cell in the body and released into the blood stream as a part of your immune system to kill these pathogens. Previously, the problem had been that no one had been able to produce it OUTSIDE the body. But a few years back, the manufacturer found a way to electrocute [my word – I don’t really understand the actual process] salt water and produce a shelf stable hypochlorous acid.
The manufacturer calls it a “Non-toxic Natural Ingredient Solutions for Cleaning and First Aid”. They further state that it is “Natures gift to us and our environment. We’ve taken an incredible aspect of the body and made a gentle, effective, multi-purpose cleanser, first aid, and hand and skin products that are safe to use everyday for you, your family, pets and home!”
What does it do? Again, from their literature, the “Hypochlorous acid [is the] active ingredient that kills multiple drug resistant bacterium.
- Virucide, Tuberculocide, Bactericide, GermicideKills Pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza virus (formerly called Swine Flu)
- Kills Clostridium difficile (C.diff) spores
- Kills HIV (Aids virus), Norovirus, and Rhinovirus
- Deodorizes by killing the bacteria that causes odors
- Aids in the reduction of cross-contamination between treated surfaces
- Free from alcohol, Phenol & VOC [Volatile Organic Compounds]
- Not harmful to septic and waste water treatment systems”
I’m told that for a product to be called a “sanitizer” by FDA rules, it MUST contain alcohol. Therefore, this product cannot be labeled a sanitizer, but is labeled as a “hand & skin cleanser”.
I’ve personally used the products. A personal problem of mine has always been that I have extremely dry skin. As a kid I was seriously teased by the fact that my hands were so dry that they were continually cracked to the point of bleeding. The solution back then was to slather them with “toilet lanolin” (sheep fat) every night, and sleep with my “fatted” hands in cotton socks! – NASTY! Especially for an 8th grader!!! One of my favorite attributes of this product is that it is water based, not alcohol based. Therefore, it kills the pathogens that a hand sanitizer kills, but does not cause you to suffer the drying, burning, and toxic effects caused by alcohol.
Come by the store and look at these wonderful products and pick up some of the manufacturer’s educational literature. We think you’ll love them, too. It’s trademarked “Seriously Clean, powered by Nixall”.
- For more information, contact Naturopathic Doctor Randy Lee, owner of The Health Patch at 1024 S. Douglas Blvd, Midwest City, at 405-736-1030, e-mail email@example.com or visit TheHeathPatch.com.