One of the comments on the following blog post gave insight into the prior company’s plans to receive FDA approval. The ASEA ‘Genesis’ video (below) explains a pharmaceutical company made an offer to acquire the technology and patents. Could it be that when those negotiations were taken off the table by ASEA’s management, that the need for the expensive process needed for FDA approval were deemed unnecessary? Simply allow the individual results of happy users to promote the product through network marketing.
Comment #9, August 2013
Actually, it looks like this was originally being developed as a drug! That’s why there are all those tox studies. It seems the product was originally called MDI-P, and was being developed by a company called Medical Discoveries, Inc. They were supposedly planning to submit an IND to FDA and everything. You can pull up a summary of their safety studies here. That doc has embedded links to multiple full study reports.
MDI-P is a clear, colorless liquid generated from preservative-free and endotoxin-free, non-pyrogenic, sterile, injection saline by using a patented electrolysis device equipped with inert platinum/titanium-coated electrodes. It contains numerous highly reactive chlorine and oxygen species, including HOCl-1, OCl-1, Cl-1, Cl2,O2-1, H2O2, and O3.4[sic]. Previous studies have demonstrated that MDI-P has microbicidal activity against bacteria, yeast, and viruses.
It also references a review by Baltch et al. (Am J Infect Control 2000; 28:251-257).
Some Googling shows that the company trying to develop it as a drug essentially ceased to exist in 2007. I guess someone decided “To heck with science and FDA and drug approval – let’s just sell the stuff as a miracle supplement!”
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