Did you know that hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a powerful sanitizing and disinfecting solution that also naturally occurs in our bodies? That's because our white blood cells produce HOCl to help fight against harmful pathogens.

White blood cells consist of five different types of cells: Neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils, monocytes, and lymphocytes. They produce hypochlorous acid (US National Library of Medicine) during a process called phagocytosis
 when we are injured to help our bodies fight off potential infections.

Our white blood cells sense harmful bacteria, viruses, and foreign substances, and once they find these invaders, they engulf them in what is called a phagosome. Inside the phagosome, a series of biochemical reactions produce hypochlorous acid intracellularly (within a cell), destroying the microorganism's cell walls and disrupting its vital internal proteins.

This safe yet powerful natural product can be produced outside of the body replicating the effect on germs and pathogens which we come into contact with on a daily basis.



Hypoclorus Acid (HOCl)