Can You Use An Anti-virus Necklace Containing Chlorine?
Hello Doc, I want to ask … if you are pregnant, can you use an anti-virus necklace that contains Chlorine?
Originally posted 2020-04-11 06:23:10.
Hello sesca, thank you for asking HealthReplies beforehand, I would like to say that there is no scientific research that says that the necklace is antiviral, the product contains chlorine dioxide. Virologist and Immunologist, assesses this antivirus necklace as a scam or fraud. Because, the antivirus necklace will not do anything to protect someone by deactivating the virus in their respiratory tract. This tool is worn on a person's neck, not near one's nose and mouth which is the main pathway for being infected with a virus. active ingredient in the form of chlorindioxide will cause severe respiratory and eye irritation. And skin burns. Because it is very corrosive. Chlorine dioxide is usually used to sterilize hard objects and should not be used near the face. The virus will also not 'migrate' or be attracted by necklaces worn around the neck. it is better to prevent your virus from being able to do social and physical distancing is considered effective in preventing transmission. therefore you should not need to wear the necklace especially if you are pregnant. so the info that I can provide hopefully can help you thank you