Inflammation and Pain Relief

What is an
antiseptic?

An antiseptic is a substance that stops or slows down the growth of organisms, such as bacteria and virus’s. In the past, we may have only used these antiseptics in hospitals, however with the pandemic everyone has and uses them all the time.

What is an
antiseptic?

antiseptic for cleaning hands

An antiseptic is a substance that stops or slows down the growth of organisms, such as bacteria and virus’s. In the past, we may have only used these antiseptics in hospitals, however with the pandemic everyone has and uses them all the time.

In fact, we personally find that whenever we go out to dinner, when the bill is brought to the table so is a bottle of an alcohol-base and hand sanitizer (read CDC report) Antiseptics also known as anti-bacterial products come in both liquid and cream versions. We have both available.

Most antiseptics are primarily made up of various types of alcohol such as ethanol, isopropyl alcohol and n-propanol which are dangerous to swallow and are all flammable. As a consumer, you need to determine what you will apply to your body. We never leave home without Neuroquell® or Neuroquell Plus®.

As shown in the clinical study (MicroChem Bacterial Study) Neuroquell Plus® was tested for antibacterial properties. Neuroquell Plus®
eliminates bacteria. In this day and age of the pandemic, our clients tell us that they don’t leave home without their bottle of Neuroquell® or Neuroquell Plus® (which is 30% stronger). 

Just a small drop applied to your hands and rubbed in will eliminate bacteria within moments.

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