Spray Away D.O.A - 4 oz
A cough or sneeze sends water droplets to nearby surfaces, where they are known to last quite some time. PCA Spray Away D.O.A. removes them and leaves a residual coating of crystals, killing any future microbes that may land on your hands, your masks and the environment for a 24-hour period. This non-allergenic, non-toxic, rinse-free formula allows you to spray and walkway, leaving you and your environment clean and protected.
Contains 4 fl oz
INGREDIENTS: Ethyl Alcohol (65%), Sterilized RO Water, Protocatechuate Blend (PCA), Propylene Glycol, Essential Oil as needed
DIRECTIONS: Use on hands to sanitize and protect for 24 hours longer with a PCA biofilm layer. This product provides 24-hour protection and may be used on any surface. Children under 6 years of age should be supervised when using this product.
TO USES: Dr. J’s PCA Spray Away D.O.A. can be used often in the following settings:
PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE LABEL CAREFULLY PRIOR TO USE.
Protocatechuic Acid (PCA) is an amazing new radical addition to the health and wellness industry. Backed by evidence-based science, PCA is the essential and effective tool all humans will need in order to keep harmful viruses from infecting their bodies and even threatening their overall health. PCA’s unique formula has not only proven effective in fighting harmful microbes, but it has also shown to be an excellent source for the following 5 health benefits:
- Antibiotic (broad-spectrum)
Head researcher and orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Lanny Johnson, has spent over 15 years dedicated to credible, evidence-based research on PCA. Following his search, 17 US patents were granted supporting the abundant antimicrobial and antiviral properties of PCA. This includes the US patent giving sole ownership of the PCA ingredient, requiring other companies to seek the approval of Dr. Johnson in order to use this unique, multi-patented reagent. PCA’s unique physical structure and medically-researched antiviral properties can provide a microbe shield, limiting the exposure to bacteria and viruses, including the virus causing COVID-19.
Two independent contract laboratories tested PCA as an antiviral reagent against SARS CoV2 (COVID-19):
THE ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - CHICAGO, IL
The experiment aimed to replicate the transmission of the virus in the clinical environment against a sanitizer coating of skin, masks, hard objects, and ventilation filters. The PCA crystalline coating on an article of metal, plastic, and/or cloth was believed to kill COVID-19 on contact. Results measured by Log difference converted to no less than 90-99% inactivation or "kill" at 10 and 60 minutes after contact.
MRI GLOBAL - KANSAS CITY, MO
The second study’s objective was to determine if the PCA’s crystal-coated surfaces have the ability to inhibit the growth of the SARS CoV2 (COVID-19). PCA coating on various articles resulted in the inactivation of the live COVID-19 virus. The earliest effective time of the PCA crystals was immediately and at 24 hours after the sprayed crystals had dried on the surface. In other words, the results were stronger at this laboratory study with a log difference conversion to a 99% plus inactivation or "kill" at 10, 60, and 120 minutes after contact.