I have been recommending Briotech HOCl products for a long time, as a staple to treat patients with chronic illness because of its mechanism of action. Today I want to share the protocols I use, to support other practitioners in how they treat and manage their patients health journeys.
Hypochlorous acid (aka HOCl) is a powerful, natural health supporter and actually something that your white blood cells naturally produce as an anti-infective, anti-microbial agent to fight viruses, bacteria and fungi in the body, AND it actually promotes health and stimulates epithelial growth for wound healing and skin issues, as well as reduces inflammation.
- HOCl is an antimicrobial agent that kills viruses, bacteria, fungi, and spores.
- It promotes healing and stimulates epithelial growth for wound healing and skin issues.
- It also reduces inflammation.
- And HOCl can be used to address oral health, gingivitis, and even halitosis.
HOCl has had studies that show that it can fight viruses such as HPV, and the current global health crisis.
- Keep your face protected by using HOCl spray frequently, throughout the day, in the face and mouth, your hands and any other exposed surface areas. It is also safe to spray into your eyes.
- Use a diffuser filled with SOS at home to evaporate HOCl at least 15 minutes per room every few days. (Use a separate diffuser than you use for essential oils, so you do not inactivate the HOCl.) If you have to leave your home, spray your door handle, steering wheel, keys, phone, face and hands as you enter your car and exit your car.
- While at home we also suggest using HOCl to spray down your countertops and tables. (Unlike traditional disinfectants you may be using, it is safe to ingest and won’t expose you to unwanted chemicals.)
- NOTE: REMIND PATIENTS: DO NOT OVERWASH YOUR HANDS - USE HOCl INSTEAD. Overwashing your hands can cause them to chafe and crack, making you potentially susceptible in new ways. We are directing our patients to spray their hands throughout the day in lieu of overwashing.
More about our guest: Dr. Jeff Williams had a long career in academic microbiology and infectious diseases, retiring after 27 years from his position as Professor Emeritus of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Michigan State University to found a biotechnology start-up, HaloSource, Inc., in 1998. Retiring again in 2014, he has remained active as technical advisor to several companies in the PNW region, specializing in the areas of antimicrobial chemistry and disinfection.
He has authored over 200 scientific papers and textbook chapters, served for four years as a member of the Board of Counselors to the US-NIH Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and has been a frequent consultant to the World Health Organization of the UN in Geneva, Switzerland.