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QUESTIONS ABOUT SANODYNA

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    1 What is the bactericidal ingredient included in SANODYNA®?

    The active ingredient in SANODYNA® is hypochlorous acid (HClO) - a well-known and common natural bactericidal acid that the human immune system contains HClO to avoid infection. It is also known as "Electrolytic Water". It is not toxic to animals, humans and the environment.

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    Is SANODYNA® safe for humans, animals and the environment?

    Yes, SANODYNA® is a disinfectant that is non-toxic to humans and the environment. Based on international standards, recent studies have been piloted to test the toxicity of solutions by taste, touch, eye irritation, skin irritation and mutant bacteria. The conclusion showed that Sanodyna had no health risks. Besides, SANODYNA® provides a natural solution and does not affect the environmental ecosystem. After using and releasing into the environment, Sanodyna becomes salt water which has weak reduction, containing no residues of chemicals or inorganic substances.

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    Does SANODYNA® have smell and why?

    SANODYNA® has a slight chlorine odor from the salt base. The scented products or spice we use in the manufacturing process usually consist of very toxic chemicals. Because the product is antiseptic and deodorant, no spice is added to SANODYNA®, it is suitable for people who have a fragrance allergy. The product has the ability to eliminate the odor from food and pets causing by bacteria.

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    What is the role of hypochlorous acid in SANODYNA®?

    Although the Nuova Control Systems system has not directly tested on all bacteria, fungi or other molds, the results are proven by scientific experiments that hypochlorous acid (found in SANODYNA®) is highly capable of killing many types of bacteria, viruses, fungi and molds including:

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    Does SANODYNA® cause antibiotic resistance?

    The overuse of antibiotics is the reason for the rise of many "super viruses" like MRSA. SANODYNA® is effective against many types of bacteria, including MRSA. Up to the present time, the product does not show any signs of antibiotic resistance.

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    How does SANODYNA® kill bacteria if the solution is not chemical?

    SANODYNA® contains hypochlorous acid, which reacts with many micro-cell compounds of microorganisms, interferes with metabolism and destroys the individual bacteria that are exposed for one millisecond (1/1000s). In the human body, natural white blood cells produce hypochlorous acid to protect against diseases/bacteria in the body.

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    What is the expiry time of SANODYNA®?

    The expiry time is 12 months, but to achieve the highest efficiency, SANODYNA® should be used within 3 to 6 months from the date of opening.

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    What is the difference between SANODYNA® and "oxidizing compounds"?

    Oxidizing compound is a mixture of oxygen-chlorine. The average concentrations are 30-40% of mixed oxidant (MOS) and 60-70% of natri hypochlorite. SANODYNA® contains 100% pure hypochlorous acid, the most powerful active ingredient. Mixed oxidants contain only about 30% or less of the active ingredient of hypochlorous acid. As a result, it is much inferior in terms of performance to SANODYNA®

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    What is the difference between SANODYNA® and bleach?

    The main disinfectant component in bleach is hypochlorite (CLO-) while SANODYNA®'s main disinfectant ingredient is hypochlorous acid which kills bacteria much more effectively than hypochlorite, but completely safe, natural and non-toxic. In contrast, bleach is very toxic, can cause serious tissue damage and breathing difficulties. SANODYNA® kills most bacteria and viruses on contact with surfaces, while bleach takes an hour to achieve the same result.

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    What is the difference between disinfectant and antiseptic solution?

    There is a misconception about the difference between disinfectant and antiseptic solution. Disinfectants only kill a percentage of viruses and bacteria (99.99% is usually advertised) while antiseptic solutions kill 100%. Therefore, the disinfectants are only effective in reducing the number of bacteria on the surface, causing the remaining bacteria to reproduce quickly after using the disinfectants. Furthermore, remaining bacteria may be resistant to subsequent cleaning solutions, reducing the effectiveness of the disinfectants after reuse. SANODYNA® antiseptic solution not only eliminates 100% of bacteria, but also does not cause bacterial resistance. When SANODYNA® comes in contact with viruses or bacteria, they will be completely and immediately destroyed.

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    Is it safe for young children?

    Yes

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    What is the difference between SANODYNA® product lines?

    Basically, SANODYNA® product lines are the same and are manufactured on a standard technology line. The classification of product lines is only for convenience purposes during use.

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    Can SANODYNA® be sprayed directly into the mouth?

    Yes, because the elements of Sanodyna are 99.98% electrolytic water and 0.02% of natural HOCL acid. The use directly into the mouth or swallowing the solution does not cause any effect or allergy to the human body.

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    What is the composition of SANODYNA®?

    The composition of SANODYNA® is 99.98% Electrolytic water and 0.02% HOCl

QUESTIONS ABOUT HYPOCHLOROUS ACID (HOCl) IN SANODYNA

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    What is hypochlorous acid?

    Hypochlorous acid is a free chlorine molecule with the chemical structure HOCl. This is the free form of chlorine that predominates in chlorine solutions with a slightly acidic to neutral pH. HOCl is a much stronger oxidizer than sodium hypochlorite (or chlorine bleach).

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    Is hypochlorous acid a natural acid?

    Hypochlorous acid is naturally produced by white blood cells of all mammals. It is used by white blood cells to kill invading bacterial pathogens.

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    How does Hypochlorous acid kill pathogenic bacteria?

    Hypochlorous acid (HOCl) is a neutrally charged molecule. Bacteria have negatively charged cell walls. Molecules with the same electrical charge repel each other, like magnets. For example, the negatively charged molecule (OCl-) repels the bacterial cell walls. This is not the case with neutral charged HOCl. HOCl easily penetrates bacterial cell walls. HOCl will either oxidize cell walls that kill bacteria, or pass through cell walls and destroy important components inside the bacteria.

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    Are there any drawbacks?

    Unlike many other cleaning chemicals, hypochlorous acid has no continuous antibacterial effect. In other words, when it comes into contact with a surface, it reacts with any germs or organic matter on that surface and then stops working immediately. This is both good and bad. Good in allowing hygiene without having to wash again because no toxic chemicals are left. The disadvantage is that it must be used continuously.

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    How is hypochlorous acid made?

    Hypochlorous acid is created through electrolysis. By passing electric current through a solution of sodium chloride (NaCl) through an electrolyte containing an anode and a cathode, electrolytic water is created. There are two commonly used methods of electrolysis to produce hypochlorous acid: membrane cell electrolyte and single cell electrolyte. The membrane cell electrolysis converts the saline into two solutions, a solution of hypochlorous acid in strong acid anolyte and a strong solution of sodium hydroxide in strong alkali catholyte. Single-cell electrolysis converts the saline into a solution of mild to neutral acids of anolyte.

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    Can hypochlorous acid be used directly on food?

    Yes, most studies of hypochlorous acid have shown that hypochlorous acid is used directly on food. FDA Notice 1811 Food Contact authorizes the use of hypochlorous acid on fresh or processed vegetables, fish and seafood, meat, poultry and shelled eggs up to 60 ppm. Click here to view FCN 1811 at the FDA website.

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    Does it change the taste or smell of food?

    Hypochlorous acid does not change the taste or aroma of food when used at FDA-prescribed concentrations. The FDA recognizes a food safety contact requires that the substance does not leave any toxic residues. Hypochlorous acid is used up to 60 ppm.

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    Is hypochlorous acid safe enough for children and pets?

    Yes, hypochlorous acid is 100% safe and non-irritating. The product is safe enough to be used on personal items such as toothbrushes, pacifiers for children and pet toys.

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