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Essential Anti-Bac Hand Sanitiser Spray

Essential Anti-Bac Hand Sanitiser Spray

$9.95

Essential Anti-Bacterial Sanitiser Spray          - ORDERS SENT EARLY APRIL

100% Natural Colloidal Silver & Potent Essential Oil Formulation

Use directly on hands and surfaces to help prevent the spread of germs and bacteria. 

  • Maintains skins natural oils
  • Leaves a protective silver film on the skin
  • 100% Natural & Non Toxic
  • Effective and Safe
  • Made in Australia

Our all -natural hand sanitiser/surface sanitiser & room spray REALLY does work!  Essential Anti-Bac Sanitiser Spray contains pure Colloidal Silver- a known anti-microbial agent with properties extensively documented in scientific literature that is known to immediately disrupt bacteria, fungi and viruses. The added potent blend of Australian essential oils will add even more protection with their antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anti -infectious & antiseptic properties.

 Essential Anti-Bac Sanitiser Spray is completely free of harmful chemicals and is a safe, effective and healthy alternative to chemical laden sanitisers!

 

How do I know Essential Anti-Bac is effective? 

People often associate the scent of alcohol with cleanliness. This is not entirely untrue, however alcohol is not healthy to apply to the skin frequently. Essential Anti-Bac has no alcohol scent, it has an essential oil antibacterial scent. Colloidal Silver is a known anti-microbial agent with properties extensively documented in scientific literature. Bacteria is infinitesimal and not visible to the eye. It is a published fact that Colloidal Silver immediately disrupts bacteria, fungi and viruses on contact and causes it to disintegrate.

Will Essential Anti-Bac Sanitiser Spray clean dirt off my hands? 
Essential Anti-Bac is neither soap nor detergent. It will not eliminate dirt the way soap will do. However, the potent formula will rid skin or surfaces of bacteria that may be sitting on surfaces.

Why doesn’t colloidal silver contribute to the superbug problem?

It has to do with the mechanism that is rendering the bad microbe inert. Alcohol hand sanitisers cause the microbe to die by damaging the outside of the cell, then flooding it with toxins. If there are too many microbes present, the one-celled organism can mutate to adapt to the presence of the toxins in the sanitiser.

Colloidal Silver, on the other hand, renders the microbe unable to respire (breathe), which then causes microbe death. No adaptability is found when enough silver is used, such as what is found in one or two pumps of the misting cylinder.

 

Directions:
Shake well before use & spray liberally to hands, surfaces or even in the air, to combat spreading of germs & bacteria. 

 Please keep in a cool, dry environment & away from direct sunlight and magnetic fields (such as microwaves) Do not store in the fridge.

Ingredients: Colloidal Silver, Australian Essential oils- Lemon, Orange, Tea Tree and Eucalyptus Oil.

50ml / 1.7oz

 

Colloidal Silver use has been defined in the last 103 years by physicians using it on every known bacterial caused disease from skin infections to yeast infection until the debut of penicillin. Pharmaceutical antibiotics took the lead in fighting disease and colloidal silver use was made an across the counter product no longer requiring a prescription.

Acting as a catalyst, it reportedly disables the enzyme that one-celled bacteria, viruses and fungi need for their oxygen metabolism.
Colloidal silver was in common use until 1938. In the past people would putting silver coin in milk to prolong its freshness at room temperature.

The presence of colloidal silver near a virus fungus, bacterium or any other single celled pathogen disables its oxygen metabolism enzyme its chemical lung, so to say. Within a few minutes, the pathogen suffocates and dies, and is cleared out of the body by the immune, lymphatic and elimination systems. Unlike pharmaceutical antibiotics which destroy beneficial enzymes, colloidal silver leaves the tissue-cell enzymes intact, as they are radically different from the enzymes of primitive single-celled life. 

 

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