Have you ever worried about the antimicrobial products that you use? Sure they do the job but are they toxic? Are they suitable for use around children, pets, the chemically-sensitive or the elderly? Are they environmentally responsible & sustainable?
Benefect® Botanical Disinfectant technology is the answer to these questions. It’s About Thyme.™
Benefect’s® Active Ingredient is a highly specialized Thyme Oil that has been specially grown & blended to exacting specifications which have been advancing for almost 10 years now.
How can a disinfectant be less toxic than vinegar?
In nature, plants produce germ-killing ‘essential oils’ to protect themselves from invading microbes, similar to how our bodies produce antibodies for our protection. Benefect® is a revolutionary blend of these antimicrobial extracts, particularly from the herb Thyme, and achieves remarkable efficacy …without using any traditional synthetic chemicals.
To put it simply, Benefect ® is a ‘plant immune system’ in a bottle.
Over 5,000 years of history shows that microbes do not build up a tolerance or resistance to the antimicrobial action of essential oils. The concentrations of essential oils required to kill microbes have not changed during this entire period. On the other hand, current germ killing practices have lead to highly resistant organisms, which require stronger, more toxic chemicals and increasingly complicated disinfecting procedures…in just 60 years.
Benefect’s® groundbreaking botanical technology is proven to kill over 99.99% of bacteria & surpasses the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s efficacy requirements for broad spectrum hospital disinfectants.
We have all seen the recent media coverage on ‘superbugs’ or germs that are now resistant to our strongest antibiotics. If this trend continues and if the way we control germs isn’t improved, infections that were once considered minor may become fatal. The time for change is now & Benefect® is the sensible alternative. The Benefect® formula is patented worldwide.
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