Path-Away® is an organic-based antipathogenic solution. It is effective against 170 different fungus, bacteria, viruses and yeast. The product was originally created because everything out in the market was chemical-based, and sometimes using a chemical sanitizer is worse than using none at all. It's very effective, very user-friendly, and safe for humans and pets.
The plant-based active substance works by attaching to the virus and weakening the cell walls. It inhibits its ability to take up amino acids – the basic building block of cells – and forces the virus cells to clump together, in the process killing themselves, almost instantly. The potent compound is environmentally safe with very low toxicity. Hence, it is not harmful to humans and pets, even if accidentally swallowed. It is free of alcohol and other potentially toxic chemicals.
Path-Away Anti-Pathogenic Aerosol Solution® has proven to be highly effective against most common as well as unusual pathogens including H1N1, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, MRSA, Clostridium difficile and more.
Path-Away Anti-Pathogenic Aerosol Solution® was successfully tested against two separate and distinct species and genus of the Coronaviridae family:
• The Feline coronavirus sample causing illness in animals is: ATCC VR-1508 Feline Coronavirus, Strain Munich.
•The COVID-19 SARS CoV2 strain is a separate, individual genus and species tested because it has a high virulence factor.
Path-Away® is an entirely plant-based proprietary blend that has been tested in Biosafety laboratories, some reporting to WHO, all over the world to kill 170 different disease causing agents including all forms of viruses who’s symptoms manifest as those of the Corona family.
It has also been approved by the Food and Safety Authority and Environmental Protection Authority of New Zealand as a “rinse free” sanitizer as is completely natural. It is approved for use by Malaysia's Ministry of Health, with special reference to the H1N1 virus – another corona type virus which caused between 151,700 and 575,400 deaths worldwide according the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).