Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a potent and environmentally safe disinfectant. It actually exists in your body and fights infection and bacteria. It is created by white blood cells as a defense system and invades pathogens, breaking down the cell walls before destroying unhealthy invaders. It reduces inflammation, and also speeds up wound healing as it soothes, hydrates and removes debris from the surface.
In our office, we use electrolysis to break down a simple salt water solution and produce HOCl.
It has an unusual taste and can have a faint chlorine smell, however, it is completely non-toxic to humans and can be used in the following ways:
As a rinse, after meals.
Swish HOCl around in the mouth for 30 seconds. Then spit out. Use the solution full strength. Do not mix with water before using.
Direct delivery of the solution to a site using a syringe.
Fill the syringe with HOCl. Insert the plastic tip of the syringe into the site and gently rinse. Repeat until solution comes out clean and clear.