Solaris Catalyst™ 2 oz, bottle
Solaris Catalyst™ (a.k.a. “The Molecule”) EPF™is a plant based pathogen neutralizing agent which is safe orally and topically. This small dropper bottle is the first phase to better health in more ways than imaginable. Taken internally, an average of 3 drops in a few ounces of purified water or juice, 3 times each day will provide amazing results. With antibiotic, antioxidant, antiviral and anti-fungal properties, Solaris Catalyst™ assists the body in killing and removing pathogens…a gentle detox action, helping to maintain, restore and repair healthy cells throughout the body!
Solaris Catalyst™ – THE FUTURE OF HEALTH (formerly known as EPF)
- 2 oz (bigger size, also available in 1/2 oz)
Brushing aside centuries of home remedies and primitive science where harsh and often ineffective chemicals were used for hygiene, sanitation and general clean up, this paper intends to unveil a new and exciting body of knowledge in the fight of cell wall structures.
Nearly 200 years ago two scientists, Matthias Jakob Schleiden and Theodor Schwann first observed that all living tissue is made up of cells. In 1839, Schwann published “Microscopic Investigations on the Accordance in the Structure and Growth of Plants and Animals.” His work was the first public statement of cell theory, namely, that cells make up all living things.
Scientists approached the new world of cellular biology with unbridled passion, and they commenced extensive testing on a level that was previously unheard of—all in search of the properties of various chemicals and their effects. Of interest to our immediate discussion is the testing that was done to firmly establish chlorine as a universal sanitizer, a reputation that has survived to this day. Like other chemicals, the scientists of long ago also observed that in addition to its great disease fighting properties, chlorine could be used as a weapon of war.
Cellular research continued. We learned about pathogens, specific diseases, viruses, molds and funguses and discovered more about the relationship of chemistry to cells. The development of chemicals continued to expand and it was not long until science realized that chemicals all too often have a dangerous side effect on humans, plants and animals. Frustrated by the dual nature of many chemicals, confounded by their contrasting bright and seemingly inevitable dark and dangerous side effects, scientists began to long for an enduring, simple fix to these problems.
“There has to be a new substance that we have not found,” many reasoned. “There has to be a solution for both the medical and the industrial fields to eliminate, once and for all, the pathogenic organisms and bacteria that cause disease, foul odors, hazardous waste and environmental dangers—a new substance with no dark or dangerous side effects and one for which pathogens will not develop resistance.”
THE NEW SCIENCE
Scientific investigation affords a new way of looking at the building blocks of life and a new way of thinking about how living organisms are affected by various elements in the environment. There now exist novel ways of enhancing, controlling and manipulating the building blocks of cells for positive and predictable results currently exists. Chemists have uncovered many mysteries and cracked codes that were thought to be impossible, giving humanity the ability to unravel the strands of countless proteins in order to stop and in many cases repair the damage done to healthy cells.
Our research team believed that God had given man the answers if we just looked deeper to find them. Looking at the plant families that God had given man on this earth it was obvious humanity we had to dig deeper.
What if there were a plant based product developed using what God gave us in many essential oils and esters of plants to create a unique formulation?
The earliest, original and naturally occurring keys, protokeys and protocatalysts from God’s plants, allow protein molecules to be unwound, thus allowing other agents to break down the cell wall of the protein molecule and decompose it to its basic elements. While the keys and catalysts have existed since the dawn of creation, the process whereby these keys became activated is in the ascendency. What if it were possible to eliminate harmful, caustic and acid-based chemicals from the workplace and the home, and eventually replace them with safe, natural products that are in large part derived from plant derivatives? The next step in restorative biochemistry is to compost and recycle the matter from decomposed toxins.
HOW CAN TOXINS BE SAFELY DECOMPOSED?
Diseased cells, pathogens or intoxicated cells often harbor improper proteins due to damaged DNA. Dead formerly healthy cells in particular have amino acids that contain sulfur, which certain bacteria use as food, producing foul smelling substances known asmercaptans and hydrogen sulfides (H2S). Proteinaceous waste materials are some of the hardest substances to control as they grow bacteria faster than most other materials. These target cells have salt markers on their surface. A salt marker is a poorly understood and underutilized Achilles heel on all pathological and pathogenic cells.
Imagine if a biochemical “early warning system” existed which would recognize salt markets in dangerous cells and selectively uncloak or unravel those bad players allowing the body’s native immune function to decompose them selectively and recycle the elements within for a healthier use?
Imagine if a biochemical “early warning system” existed which reacts with the unhealthy proteins and prevents harm to healthy cells all by recognizing the salt base marker within that protein.
These proteins that do not have a salt base cannot put up a resistance to our formulation; and unlike the old “wonder drugs” that have lost their efficacy because viruses and pathogens build an immunity to them, when MIROR EPF based formulations work they always work.
UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF SALT AS A BONDING AGENT IN PROTEINS
Cells use proteins as nutrient transport systems to import food, vitamins, minerals and oxygen into the cell and export carbon dioxide and wastes out of the cellular processes. Mammals, fish and reptiles use similar processes to create and use energy from food, while processing ions and oxygen for use in cellular respiration and replication; and organisms of these kinds have special purposes but as organ systems all are designed to work together for the best of the animal.
Plants have similar nutrient transport systems, with some differences in respiration systems that work together for the health of the plant. In contrast to these processes are systems that work only for themselves, such as single cell organisms. Some of these bacteria, yeasts, and molds use different chemical processes for respiration and have different cellular structures. Such opportunistic organisms use waste products and other sources of food to live. They often have different cellular structures and different cell walls.
Unhealthy cells and certain pathogenic bacteria normally have one thing in common: extraneous proteins. Imagine being able to notice and target these extraneous proteins because of the all-important salt marker. If the cell does not have a salt marker it will break the bonds of the amino acids making up the proteins that hold it together and if it does have a salt marker (healthy cells), it will strengthens the proteins that cell wall consists of improving the health of that cell.
How might a targeted bioactive agent melt proteins? Melt is actually a poor choice of words because we don’t melt it, we break down its cell structure, but “melt” is the simplest form in which to explain and for people to easily grasp what happens.
Proteins are very long chain molecules, so long that they only behave as solids when they are dissolved in water or bodily fluids—and accordingly they must be decreased in chain length to dissolve the proteins completely. Proteins are often structural, providing the glue that holds things together. Breaking this glue when it does not dissolve is a job that scientists previously thought could only be done by enzymes. For instance, removing a bloodstain from clothing requires a detergent with enzymes that will break down the proteins in the congealed blood—because again, it cannot dissolve without first breaking down. The world needs formulations that are unique in their ability to behave like enzymes and carry out the protein melting process.
“Melting proteins” again, is a figure of speech, as technically proteins do not melt per se, but simply the bond holding it together (the cell wall) degrades to the point that it is no longer the cell it was. Proteins must be lysed “chemically modified” and adhesions broken in order “open” the protein to be degraded.
What does it mean to “open” the protein molecule? Protein molecules are often bound together with linking pairs of amino acids and immobile sulfur bonds which, when broken, render them reactive so that other enzymes can break down the amino acids that are no longer linked. This also allows for the catalytic break down of proteins like an enzyme, with in situ reactant matrices that encourage regeneration of the healthy cells and breakup the amino acid chain of unhealthy cells all by recognizing this marker. Using this mechanism, we would expect that all pathogens would be decomposed and recycled using this mechanism. This revolutionizes the future of health and healing!