MRSA Healing Water – Dermacyn from Oculus

Dermacyn 468x458This is all over the tubes today – Dermacyn, the miracle water that heals MRSA. You’re not supposed to drink it, but apply it to your wounds. Dermacyn is manufactured by Oculus, and is a supercharged salt water solution that has been found to explode MRSA cells. This features/benefits info is from Oculus:

  • NON-IRRITATING: Safe to use around the nose, mouth and eyes.
  • READY TO USE: No mixing, dilution or rinsing necessary.
  • STABLE: Solution has a shelf life of one year from date of manufacture.
  • pH-NEUTRAL: pH 6.2 to 7.8
  • EASY TO APPLY: Can be used directly on the wound or in combination with gauze, sponges or other absorbent wound dressings.
  • EASY DISPOSAL: No special disposal requirements.

Dermacyn is only available from licensed physicians, so if you are interested in it, as always, get thee to the doc. ;)

Let me know if you have tried this and what results you have had – inquiring minds want to know!

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21 Responses to MRSA Healing Water – Dermacyn from Oculus

  1. Rhoda says:

    This sounds wonderful to me but I do wonder if it is souped up salty hydrogen peroxide. They mention several times the healing quality of the extra oxygen in this miracle water and hydrogen peroxide is H2O2 just having one more element of oxygen than water! I’d love to fond the chemical name for this.

  2. I am pretty sure you are close to being right on the button there, Rhoda. But, since it is available only to docs – there probably is something else there, wouldn’t you think?

  3. marilyn watts says:

    how can i order some water and have it deliverd to spain or london

  4. Hi Marilyn – you have to order it through a doctor as far as I know. Keep looking online though, you may find it elsewhere…

  5. hugh keegan says:

    Sounds good for MRSA but what are the chances of it being developed for internal use or otherwise for ME sufferers. It would be great to be able to cure that. That being M.E and Fibromyalga My wife has been plagued with it fo 15 years with no cure in sight.

  6. Pamella Lewitt says:

    my late brother caught MRSA in hospital shortly before he died.I need knee replacements but am frightened of going in hospital as I am in my late 60’s and because of the treatment I am already receiving I am more susceptible to infection. I would gladly pay for Dermacyn myself the sooner it is available for the general public to buy the better!

  7. Richard Davies says:

    We read about Dermacyn being available “over the counter” in the U.S.A with shipments being available to the U.K when and if the U.K health service placed substantial orders for the product. Then it would be available over the counter in the U.K.

    We have travelled to the U.S.A and the stated facts are untrue! It is only available with a prescription! Someone needs to get their marketing facts right within Oculus the manufacturers. “Over the counter” means walking into your local pharmacy and buying it off the shelf!

  8. Pamella Lewitt says:

    Please delete my comments from your website

  9. Pamella Lewitt says:

    Please delete my comments from your website.I have now found alternative products available i.e. Liquid Ice (www.transformulas.com) and PatientPak (patientpak.com)

  10. We likewise offer a closely related (no Rx required) “supercharged salt water solution that has been found to explode MRSA cells” as well as other bacteria and viruses going back to 1994. This can be externally used on living tissue as well as inorganic surfaces, For example, one of our HydroAnalytics clients, Johnson & Johnson, uses the supercharged or EO water to sanitize manufacturing equipment. . A poster here was inquiring if the germicidal properties work inside the body (in vivo). It only work topically, that is, externally on organic and inorganic surfaces. This super-oxide microwater is arguably the most effective and benign antimicrobial agent known to mankind for killing virus and bacteria in homes, medical clinics, farm and industrial settings. It is benignly used on bed sores and the like in Japan.

  11. We likewise offer a closely related (no Rx required) “supercharged salt water solution that has been found to explode MRSA cells” as well as other bacteria and viruses going back to 1994. This can be externally used on living tissue as well as inorganic surfaces, For example, one of our HydroAnalytics clients, Johnson & Johnson, uses the supercharged or EO water to sanitize manufacturing equipment. . A poster here was inquiring if the germicidal properties work inside the body (in vivo). It only works topically, that is, externally on organic (live tissue) and inorganic surfaces. This super-oxide microwater is arguably the most effective and benign antimicrobial agent known to mankind for killing virus and bacteria in homes, medical clinics, farm and industrial settings. It is benignly used on bed sores and the like in Japan.

  12. Lisa Dewar says:

    My partner has had treatment with ozone therapyvia european clinics and this has helped him as well as a change in diet and lifestyle .
    Salt water and hydrogen peroxide which is mentioned above can be bought at the pharmacy
    fod greade hydrogen peroxice the FDA cannot patent that so they are reluctant to promote it its free and can clean with it .look up ozone treatment there are many clinics in Europe that treat with it,not allowed in the states .

  13. Cheryl Allison says:

    For crying out loud, WHERE can we get both Microcyn and Dermacyn in the US?????
    All this hype….great product…miracle healing
    properties. bla bla bla, but all I see is investor
    teasers with bottom-line profits hawked for this
    billion dollar market on the backs of those suffering victims. And why can the Mexcians and Europeans get this product and not US!
    One site even brags that the current $18-25
    profit margin will go to $100 as soon as the FDA
    gives them the all-clear to offer Microcyn to the
    tortured masses. Is there even ONE company left that puts a cure in the hands of those who need it at a reasonable profit, or do we have to wait until Oculus farms it out to CHINA, so they can sell it back to us. WHO HAS THE PRODUCT FOR THOSE WHO NEED IT NOW, PRAY TELL????

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  16. Jack says:

    Thanks for the great post!

  17. mubarak idris says:

    i am very eager to try it in my private clinic,sowhere and how i can get it,
    Dr. Mubarak Idris
    WADMADANI -SUDAN

  18. Erik Adelfred says:

    This is truly miracle water, I have had my wound on the leg cleaned with it twice a week for about a month, it just kills everything. :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMGxDZUB11w

  19. Erik Adelfred says:

    This is truly miracle water, I have had my wound on the leg cleaned with it twice a week for about 2 months, it just kills everything. :D

    Only trouble was that they had to put some green gaze in the wound at a time, so I did not get fungus.

    One of the times I got treated with some purple water instead, but did not catch the name…

  20. Dee says:

    We Provide Manufacturing.

  21. cab says:

    i use dermacyn quite often in my hospital. it does not contain hydrogen peroxide, does not foam up like it anyway.
    its not really miraculous but it does bring some benefit in wound healing as long as the wound is not full of slough.

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