The Nature of Hypochlorous

Hypochlorous acid is naturally produced by the white blood cells of all mammals, including humans. It plays an important role in our natural, innate immune system to kill invading pathogens to fight infections through an oxidation process at the cellular level.

Hychlorous Acid in Action

When a wound breaks human skin, it creates a pathway for pathogens to invade our cells. Neutrophils is one type of white blood cell that travels to the site of the wound where the pathogens are invading. Its’ mission is to destroy the invading pathogen threatening the human cell before it can harm the body.

Killing Pathogens

The invading pathogens are engulfed by white blood cells through a process called phagocytosis.  Once engulfed, the white blood cell produces hypochlorous acid to kill the pathogen within milliseconds of contact.  This antimicrobial process is called the Oxidative Burst Pathway.

Creating Hypochlorous Acid

Hypochlorous acid can now be produced through a patented, advanced electro-chemical process. Advanced engineering has developed a patented process to generate a hypochlorous solution using electricity, NaCl (table salt) and ultra-pure water.  This process produces the identical HOCL our white blood cells produce.

Medical Advancements in Hypochlorous

The skin provides a remarkable barrier against bacterial infections. Although bacteria routinely come in contact with the skin, normally they are unable to establish an infection.  However, bacterial skin infections develop when the pathogens enter through hair follicles, small breaks in the skin, burns, sunburns, insect bites, wounds, and skin rashes.

Backed by Research

There are hundreds of research papers published on benefits of using of Hypochlorous to safely control dangerous pathogens that cause chronic illness and disease.  One of the game changing properties of Hypochlorous to treat illness is the ability to effectively kill pathogens without damaging sensitive human tissue in the process.