In the first 6 months of 2020, you might’ve tried several ways to keep yourself and your household clean during the outbreak, especially since most household cleaners were out of stock early in the lockdown. Not to mention – most household cleaners are toxic if used improperly.
For instance, the FDA warned against specific sanitizers containing methanol (wood alcohol), which is toxic to our bodies when absorbed into the skin.
So, what did you use to keep you and your loved ones sanitized?
One solution you may have heard of is hypochlorous – an all-natural and non-toxic anti microbial found in the body. Our white blood cells produce hypochlorous to fight infection and foreign pathogens. The best part? It’s effective in killing viruses and bacteria.
You might be wondering why hypochlorous isn’t used more commonly. As of right now, it may just sound like snake juice. I don’t blame you. There’s a lot of misleading solutions out there trying to sell you something.
So, what makes hypochlorous different from the others?
For one, it’s used internationally for sanitation. And two, you’ve got this stuff in your body right now. No better credibility than our own bodies using it to defend themselves.
How is it used?
There are many uses! Everyone from clinics to restaurants use it to keep their staff, customers, and patients safe from infection. But there are even more common ways to use it.
Just look at the list:
- Spray into the nostrils to protect from viruses and bacteria
- Spray onto surfaces like counters, desks, doorknobs, etc
- Clean fresh produce
- Use as a hand sanitizer
- Mist the air with a cool-mist humidifier
Looks like you can do just about everything you need to do with hypochlorous. Keep yourself safe and healthy with the organic option.
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration (2020, June 19th) FDA advises consumers not to use hand sanitizer products manufactured by Eskbiochem [Health Website] Retrieved on June 23rd, 2020 from https://www.fda.gov/drugs/drug-safety-and-availability/fda-advises-consumers-not-use-hand-sanitizer-products-manufactured-eskbiochem
Watson, I. (2020, March 2nd) South Korea pioneers coronavirus drive-through testing station [News Article] Retrieved on June 23rd, 2020 from https://www.fox10tv.com/news/coronavirus/south-korea-pioneers-coronavirus-drive-through-testing-station/article_aa9d08cd-b524-5ad2-aa0f-51dbf58b2564.html