And because germs cannot build up a tolerance to being impaled like they can to being poisoned, Zoono maintains its effectiveness and prevents mutation.
The Zoono technology, which is currently available in more than 40 countries around the world, can be characterized as a layer of molecular “pins” that assemble in a contiguous, molecular matrix. The resulting compound is hostile to any pathogen that is subject to lysis — the disintegration of a cell by rupture of the cell wall or membrane.
Zoono’s structure comes from mixing silicon from quartz, organic alcohol hydrocarbons and nitrogen, then heating and stirring to form a sword-shaped long-chain compound.
The final product: a long-lasting, nontoxic, food-safe antibacterial ∗, antiviral, antifungal and anti-algal sanitizer that is revolutionizing the war on germs.
∗ It has been approved as such in NZ and international markets and similar registration is being pursued for the U.S.