What is Plasma Liquid?

"The strong solution made of water and salt." – Plasma Liquid

ECA – E: Electro C: Chemical A: Activation

Electrochemical activation (ECA) is the process of passing an aqueous mineral salt solution through several electrolytic cells. The resulting solutions have special physicochemical and catalytic properties. Plasma Liquid is a certified medical product.

How does Plasma Liquid work?

Stable, effective, and standardised solutions are manufactured using a high-tech process, on the basis of the natural source components of water and mineral salt, resulting in a product range with previously unseen properties. The Plasma Liquid solutions, sprays, spray gels, and gels oxidise pathogenic germs, bacteria, fungi, and viruses, fighting them without the threat of developing resistance.

What are the properties of Plasma Liquid?

Plasma Liquid boasts excellent skin and mucous membrane tolerability (no foreign substances).

  • DermaTest: "very good"
  • HET-CAM test: not cytotoxic
  • no gaps in microbial effects
  • painless application
  • odours are eliminated
  • no threat of developing resistance
  • break down into their natural basic materials of water and salt after unfolding their effect
  • safe to transport, store, and ship (non-flammable)

What is the 850 mV redox potential of Plasma Liquid?

Sodium hypochlorite is an oxidising agent which splits off oxygen. The released oxygen wears down the protective sheath of anaerobic microorganisms, after which the damaged cell wall collapses under the osmotic pressure. After the oxygen is split off from the sodium hypochlorite, the substance reacts back to common table salt. Sodium hypochlorite, for example, is also produced by the body in lysosomes to defend against germs. The body's own cells withstand voltages of over +1300 mV and remain unscathed.

How does Plasma Liquid work?

WDR Lokalzeit film contribution on Plasma Liquid by Professor Dr med U. Harréus, Head Physician at the Clinic for ENT Medicine and Head and Neck Surgery at the Evangelical Hospital Düsseldorf

What are the known side effects?

There are no known side effects. The nasal spray gel can cause a slight burning sensation or sneezing fits in about 40–50% of patients. These side effects are due to the underlying disease and the resulting inflamed mucous membranes. These symptoms usually subside quickly over the course of treatment.