Microbe Blast

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  • Body Cleanse & pH Balancer
  • Microbe Blast is All-Natural & Safe

Microbe Blast is an all-natural plant based body cleanse supplement for human and animal consumption. It is produced using a proprietary blend of pollinated plant esters and processed using a highly advanced proprietary method. Tests performed at a major university and a top toxicological lab confirmed that this product is non-caustic and all-natural. The following is a quote from a study from a major university: “This is to confirm based on three tests at various concentrations tested that 10 ml of [*Microbe Blast] tested showed not to contain any caustics or butyls. The results showed the same as a pollinated ester found in many all-natural derivatives associated with plants themselves”.

*Microbe Blast is a private label and is inserted to replace the product’s original name.

Microbe Blast Helps Balance pH

With a pH of around 10 Microbe Blast is also a great pH balancer. This product may help create a healthier environment for good bacteria to flourish in the body. It is in a low pH (acid) environment that harmful microbial entities exist and the beneficial bacteria struggle. The balancing of low pH increases oxygen in the body which boosts overall immune health and decreases the risk of many unhealthy conditions in the body.

The Science

Diseased cells often harbor improper proteins due to damaged DNA or viral infection. Viruses are stray strands of DNA that behave like a living organism when they cross the cell wall barrier, and then start replicating themselves. Diseased cells often have proteins that will transport poisons into the cells, as well as proteins that protrude through the sidewalls of the cell. Proteins left over from dead cells have amino acids that contain sulfur, which certain bacteria use as food, producing foul smelling substances known as mercaptans and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Proteinaceous waste materials are some of the hardest substances to control as they grow bacteria faster than most other materials.

The Microbe Blast formula catalytically degrades unhealthy proteins and breaks chemical bonds that hold them together. In waste systems it also deactivates certain organisms that feed on the proteins while allowing other more benign organisms to degrade the proteins by means that do not generate odor. With unhealthy organisms, our formula will degrade the proteins that make up the surface of the unhealthy cell and cause the cell to be compromised and eliminated. Surprisingly, as if by some miracle, this process is selective via the salt marker within the protein itself.

Ingredients: Black Cumin (Nigella Sativa), Spearmint (Mentha Spicata), Peppermint (Mentha Piperita), Chocolate (Theobroma Cacao*), Fern (Cyatheales), Fern (Dicksoniaceae), Fern (Cyatheaceae).

*Contains no caffeine or theobromine

Suggested Use: The first three days take 25 drops of Microbe Blast in one ounce of water (more if desired), or in an empty capsule. Then slowly increase to 50-75 drops per day. Decrease if experiencing ongoing diarrhea.

Total Body Detox: Gradually increase to 100-150 drops per day until experiencing a significant flushing of the body (diarrhea). Then decrease to 50-75 drops per day.

What our customers say:

I am writing to tell you how grateful I am for Microbe Blast. For the past 6 years I have been housebound and for the most part bedridden. I’ve tried many different approaches many of which helped to varying degrees. But it wasn’t’ until I tried Microbe Blast that I experienced the most notable improvements.

Before, basic household chores were very exhausting and often impossible for me to do. Now I can do all of my cooking and cleaning plus I I go for a 15 minute walk each day without getting exhausted and this after about 1 month of Microbe Blast. I’m looking forward to more improvement and hopefully complete healing in the next few weeks on this amazing product.

Thank you so much,


I took your Microbe Blast for the symptoms of the flu and had a most remarkable response.

I caught the winter flu, some friends brought it from N Carolina. As an MD who takes good care of myself I felt I would recover soon. That did not happen. I coughed and had much fatigue for about 90 days. My appetite was ok. At about the 88 day mark I got mid chest pain that required large doses of Codeine to just get through the next 3 days. Many natural remedies were tried to no avail.

Then Dan Solloway suggested I try some Microbe Blast. I took it on a Sat night. The next morning I was so much better. All of the pain was gone. My other symptoms were gone. I have to confess I was weak from about 90 days of hanging out saving my strength.

The Microbe Blast is still being taken. It is a safe botanical that reminds me to take it. (I feel so much better on it.)

This stuff is freaking amazing


NOTE: If you find the taste of Microbe Blast to be unpleasant, you can purchase empty capsules at your local health food store or online. The best size capsule for this purpose is 00 (double ought) because they are small, easy to swallow, and hold 25 drops of Microbe Blast.



Independent Study

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University of Louisville: Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

These studies were conducted at the University of Louisville Hospital Microbiology Laboratory. The University of Louisville Hospital is a full service Level I Trauma Center offering an array of preventative, diagnostic and treatment services in affiliation with the University of Louisville School of Medicine. The microbiology laboratory is a full service facility capable of providing a wide variety of clinical studies on bacteria, fungi and viruses. The laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists and certified by CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments). In association with theSchool of Medicine’s Department of pathology, the Microbiology Laboratory Conducts numerous studies related to new methods, technology evaluations, and clinical drug studies.

All studies are conducted under the direction of James W. Snyder, Ph.D. Dr Snyder is the Chief of Microbiology at University of Louisville Hospital and is a professor of microbiology with the Department of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Dr. Snyder has over 30 years of experience in all areas of clinical microbiology and serves as a consultant to various state and federal agencies. He is nationally recognized for his expertise in bioterrorism.

Method-Minimum Bacterial Concentration (MBC)

MIC panels were prepared by serially diluting the Microbe Blast compound with a broth diluent in a 96-well microtiter tray. From an initial dilution of 10:1 doubling dilutions were prepared to a final concentration of 1:5120. The organism suspension was prepared by emulsifying the organism in broth and adjusting the concentration until it was equivalent to a 0.5 McFarland turbidity standard (1 x10 8 Colony Forming Units/mL). This concentration was further diluted by pipetting 100mcl into a 25 ml tube of inoculum water yielding a final concentration of 4 x 10 5 CFU/ml. The organism suspension was then pipetted 1:1 into each of the microtiter wells containing the Microbe Blast dilutions. A positive control well containing the organism suspension without Microbe Blast solution and a negative control containing Microbe Blast solution without the organism suspension were prepared in the microtiter tray. The tray was then incubated for 24 hours. All wells demonstrating inhibited growth (no visible turbidity when compared to the controls) were subcultured to a TSA w/5% sheep blood agar plate. The plates were inspected after a 24 hour incubation. From these plates a determination was made regarding the lowest concentration of the Microbe Blast compound that actually killed the test organism (MBC titer). All tests were performed in triplicate to assure reproducibility.

Method-Kill Curve Generation

TSA w/ 5% SB agar plates were labeled for the test organism with and without the Microbe Blast solution for each time interval tested. The organism suspension was prepared by emulsifying the organism in broth and adjusting the concentration until it was equivalent to a 0.5 McFarland turbidity standard (1 x 10 8 Colony Forming Units/ml.) This concentration was further diluted by pipetting 100 mcl into a 25 m; tube of inoculum water yielding a final concentration of 4 x 10 5 CFU/ml. A test solution was then prepared by diluting the Microbe Blast solution in a broth diluent to a concentration equivalent to the MBC of the organism level as determined in the first phase (see above). A negative control was performed using the broth diluent without the Microbe Blast solution. An equal volume of the organism suspension was added to both the test solution and the control and a timer was started. The organism/Microbe Blast solution and the organism broth solutions were both subcultured quantitatively to the TSA w/ 5% SB agar plates that had been labeled earlier at time zero (T0) and then again every ten minutes for the first hour. After the first hour both solutions were left in ambient air at room temperature. With the exception of Campylobacter jejuni all organisms were then incubated at 35⁰C in ambient air for 24 hours. The Campylobacter jejuni was incubated at 35⁰ under microcropilic conditions (10% CO 2 , 5% O 2 ,85% N 2 ) for 48 hours. Following incubation the colonies were counted on all plates and final organism concentrations were calculated. The results of the kill curve were graphed using Microsoft Excel. All tests were done in triplicate to assure reproducibility.

Organisms Tested

  • Salmonella typhimurium ATCC 14028
  • Chronobacter muytjensiI strain ATCC 51329
  • Listeria monocytogenes ATCC 13932
  • Escherichia coli ATCC 25922
  • Campylobacter jejuni ATCC 3g3291

Salmonella typhimurium ATCC 14028

  • Lowest killing dilution 1:20
  • At 1:20 dilution killing was achieved in 10-20 minutes
  • Kill curve never returned indicating a 100% kill

Chronobacter muytjensiI strain ATCC 51329

Formerly known as Enterobacter sakazakii

  • Lowest killing dilution 1:40
  • At 1:40 dilution killing was achieved immediately
  • Kill curve never returned indicating 100% kill

Listeria monocytogenes ATCC 13932

  • Lowest killing dilution 1:80
  • At 1:80 dilution killing was achieved in 48 hours
  • The Kill Curves were nearly identical for both a 1:40 and 1:80 dilution, indicating that dosing is not a major factor.
  • Kill curve never returned indicating 100% kill

Escherichia coli ATCC 25922

  • Lowest killing dilution 1:40
  • At 1:40 dilution killing was achieved in 6 hours
  • Kill curve never returned indicating 100% kill

Campylobacter jejuni ATCC 3g3291

  • Unable to determine lowest killing dilution
  • Tested at 1:20
  • At 1:20 dilution killing was achieved in 10 minutes
  • Kill curve never returned indicating 100% kill


Exposure to the Microbe Blast compound led to a 100% killing over time, indicating that this substance acts more like a disinfectant than an antibiotic. The mechanism of action is yet to be determined.

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FDA Disclosure
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to prevent, treat, cure or diagnose any disease. We make no medical or any other claims about the effectiveness of this product for issues related to health or other matters. If you are on any prescription medication or if you are nursing or pregnant please consult your medical doctor or other health care professional before using this product.

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