HOCL has been of interest to Scientists, Doctors and Researchers for over 200 years!
Hypochlorous acid (HOCL) was identified by Sir Humphry Davy in 1811. In 1823, a student of Sir Humphry, Michael Farraday managed to isolate HOCL by electrolysis by passing a current through a saline solution.
During World War 1, HOCL was being used to irrigate wounds where field labs could be established. It was noted that treated soldiers recovered in half the time as non-treated soldiers.
Today, HOCL is gaining notoriety as testing against many modern issues. With its long history of use, many new applications were discovered and tested to show amazing results. HOCL (hypochlorous acid) is produced as an immune response in all mammals. It is part of the chemistry of the human body. When an invasive element enters the body, as part of the immune system, it responds by sending white blood cells to the point of attack. These white blood cells are loaded with neutrophils carrying a superoxide anion, and attack issues via an oxidative burst. This burst is a reaction with the superoxide anion and myeloperoxidase to create hypochlorous acid (HOCL). The creation of HOCL illustrates the genius of the healing system and is reflected in the creation of HOCL to deal with the body’s issues.
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Reacts with protein sulfhydryl groups to inactivate proteins
Reacts with protein amino groups for chloramines to cleave proteins
Inhibits glucose oxidation starving the targets of nutrient uptake
Inhibit DNA replication of targeted cellsText
Oxidizes targeted cells