Spray that Kills 99,9 of Colds and Flu Viruses

Sep 12, 2012
As the flu seasons approaches, our fears of getting swine flu or whooping cough increase. One way to protect you and your family from the respiratory infections is to get flu shots regularly, while another is to use special oral antiseptic.

Clinical trials of new Halo Oral Antiseptic spray have shown that it kills 99,9 percent of viruses, causing flu and colds.

Scientists from the University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio used strains of 2009 H1N1 to test the effectiveness of this spray. Just three sprays of Halo killed airborne viruses breathed in for up to 6 hours, even after eating and drinking. It is also effective against whooping cough, fighting off 11 strains of Bordetella pertussis causing it.

What does the Halo Oral Antiseptic contain? Such ingredients as used glycerine and xanthan gum, as well as cetylpyridinium chloride. Glycerine and xanthan gum serve as barrier to viruses, preventing them from invading our imuune system, while cetylpyridinium chloride kills germs when they get inside.