Both ErasaVir’s active ingredients and formulation are prepared using proprietary technologies and processes to achieve optimized results. The science is based on the strong amphipathic properties of fatty acids which possess detergent action and act on the lipid membranes of enveloped viruses. These amphipathic agents consist of hydrophilic/lipophobic heads (water loving) and hydrophobic/lipophilic (lipid loving) tails. This disrupts the lipid membrane of the enveloped virus when it is in an aqueous (water) medium, like in the Upper Respiratory Tract. ErasaVir mimics the action of a soap/detergent, but using plant-based foods as active ingredients.
Soap works because its molecules have a ‘water-loving’ (hydrophilic) side and a ‘fat-loving’ (lipophilic) side. When you mix soap and water, the soap molecules break down the grease and germs into smaller particles and its fat-loving hydrophobic parts group together to ‘trap’ these particles. Then, when you rinse with water, the hydrophilic parts of soap are attracted to it, and it washes away the soap and disintegrates grime and germs (fatty substances).