Hypochlorous acid is nature’s oldest disinfectant, and it happens to be walking around in about 7.5 billion people right now. As in inside all humans, this very moment. Why? It’s the substance your white blood cells produce to fight off infections. It’s also the active ingredient in electrolyzed water, which is an industrial technology used for green cleaning and sanitizing. Electrolyzed water is made when electricity is used to change the chemical structure of salt, water & vinegar into a disinfectant as effective as bleach, but with no harmful chemicals, fumes or residues.
Even the Cleveland Clinic has weighed in on hypochlorous acid (hypochlor)
A tough-sounding acid that’s a superhero in the fight against COVID-19 and gentle enough to use on your face to treat acne? It might sound like the stuff of comic book legend, but it’s real and ready for your medicine cabinet.
The buzz surrounding hypochlorous acid (HOCl) grew by leaps and bounds over the past year given its verified power as a disinfectant against COVID-19.
The hard-core cleaner, however, is also gaining marquee status as an über-sensitive skin care product.
You can make hypochlor. Here is how from a very reputable source.
How to make hypochlorous acid antimicrobial solution:
Add 3 cc’s mineral drops to 1 liter of clean water in the generator, set the generator on highest setting.
8 minutes later, add 3 more cc’s of minerals to the hypochlorous acid that has been generated by electrolysis, and use or pour back into glass bottle for storage.
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