As it turns out, the Vfense™ solution has proven to be elegantly simple. It is formulated with chemical compounds that the FDA has classified as Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS). All are common ingredients in many of the foods you and I consume daily. However, Vfense™ has not been formulated or manufactured for human consumption.
Scientific literature has long acknowledged that certain chemicals exhibit the Van der Waals attraction to protein structures. Aluminum is one of these chemicals. Vfense’s primary active ingredient is Aluminum Hydroxide, which is a common compound found in food and in antacids. Additionally, Vfense contains Trisodium Phosphate and Sodium Bicarbonate - both are wetting agents that impart more effective dispersing to Vfense™. Trisodium Phosphate is commonly found in processed cheese, meat, and soups, as well as toothpaste. Sodium Bicarbonate is baking soda. This formulation of Vfense™ is protected by a a patent pending application with the US Patent Office.
Vfense™ contains no alcohol, microbiocides, or toxic materials.
The Chemistry of Vfense™
The Vfense ™chemical process essentially uses the Van der Waals force attraction to attach the Vfense ™ to the protein-rich virus structure. The treated virus is literally burdened with the extra baggage of large chemical compounds bound to its protein structure and is therefore unable to enter the human cell to accomplish its evil.
Imagine boarding an airplane ready for take-off and, as occurs many times, a late-arriving passenger enters the plane. The passenger just looks like trouble, already complaining about the airport staff, the airplane model and the assigned seating. Vfense™ is like strapping an oversized duffle bag, a laptop computer satchel and a number of steamer trunks onto that passenger as he arrives at the airport. With the extra baggage bound to him, the passenger cannot even get past the check-in station, much less into the plane to disturb the otherwise orderly takeoff process. Likewise, with Vfense all protein-rich viruses on your skin are loaded with extra baggage of Vfense chemistry and thus denatured. This denatured virus with the extra baggage of Vfense™ is unable to enter into the body’s cells and can be washed away later.
Vfense™ is a preventative virus shield and is not a substitute for prudent medical preventative measures or a treatment for virus diseases. Vfense™ is not intended to be consumed, yet it is a solution of common chemicals generally regarded as safe for human consumption and is not harmful if swallowed.
Frequently asked questions
Will Vfense™ denature all types of viruses? I don’t know, but I suspect so because of the universal protein characteristic common in all viruses is protein. The primary ingredient in Vfense is attracted to protein to alter the complex protein structure inhibiting penetration into human cells.
Will Vfense™ shield me from all virus?
Vfense is designed to be a shield against virus contamination. As with any barrier in many different applications, unintended and unexpected intrusion occurs. Vfense decreases probability of such intrusion. Other preventative measures, such as wearing gloves, masks, and gowns and maintaining a aseptic working environment, are all part of the defensive process. Vfense is another factor in this anti-viral arsenal.
Can the virus altered by Vfense™ restore itself?
Perhaps so, but no more easily than a scrambled egg can unscramble itself. So, I doubt any viral restoration can occur after the application of Vfense™.
How is it used?
The first production run of Vfense™ is produced as a topical application for hands and face. It is not intended to be consumed. It can be used much like the common antiseptic hand-sanitizer, applied occasionally or after contact with possible virus infected patients or surfaces. It is longer lasting than the common hand-sanitizer. Its chemical base does not deteriorate rapidly, rather than evaporating like alcohol. It can be used as a prophylactic application and kept on for hours. If I were a healthcare professional, I would apply Vfense™ before I came into contact with ill patients. Periodically, I would wash off all Vfense™and re-apply as I continue my day. For my children and grandchildren, I would apply it like their mothers apply sunscreen and do so every day. If I were a healthcare worker in an epidemic area, I would consider drenching myself in it before donning and after removing my HazMat outfit .
Should Vfense™ be used instead of an antiseptic hand sanitizer?
Not necessarily, both products are intended for different purposes. The antiseptic hand sanitizer kills bacteria on the skin; its effectiveness lasts only until the sanitizer completely evaporates. Vfense™ denatures viruses and remains as a virus defense until the application is removed or wears away. I advise that the hand sanitizer be applied and allowed to evaporate, then the Virus Guard should be applied and remain on as a residual preventative measure. Alternatively, especially in active viral environments, I recommend the same protocol, with an additional step to rinse off the first application of Vfense™ after about fifteen minutes and then re-apply Vfense™ as an residual preventative measure.
Where is Vfense™ available?
I have formed a marketing team, but have not engaged any commercial outlet at this time. Until we have engaged a commercial outlet near you and supply it with sufficient inventory, you will be able to buy Vfense™ on-line using conventional online payment and fulfillment.