Ceragenins are a platform technology, safe, with a mode of action familiar to the body. Ceragenins harness the body's innate immune system to disrupt dangerous disease and infection while regenerating tissues.

The human body has a built-in mechanism for fighting off disease and infection known as the innate immune system. When the epidermis is compromised through insult or injury, the innate immune system kicks in gear, more specifically Cathelicidins who direct the innate immune system to first to kill any pathogens, then clean the compromised tissue, then repair it.

Antibiotics changed all of that. When Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, introducing the antibiotic age, bacterial infection, strep throat, recovery from surgery, soon became minor considerations For decades, quality of life extended, life expectancy grew, and we as a society grew accustomed to the miracle of antibiotics. Antibiotics would wipe out the bacteria colonies allowing the innate immune system to fulfill its normal function of killing, cleaning, and repairing the body.

Kill. Clean. Repair.

But now, the landscape has again changed. Due to overuse of antibiotics and bacteria have mutated, becoming resistant to antibiotics These bacteria known as superbugs are most often found in hospitals and infect tens of millions who have weakened immune systems, resulting in millions of deaths each year.

The human body has lived with bacteria, fungi, viruses, and other pathogens from the beginning of time and never have these pathogens mutated or evolved to a point where they developed resistance to the innate immune system.

For the first time in history, we have a superior defense to the growing amount of drug-resistant infections and diseases threatening our lives today.

Those bodies that succumb to the pathogens do so because the amount of pathogen becomes overwhelming to the innate immune system, or the body is not healthy and has a weakened immune system.

Certain diseases like pneumonia, gonorrhea or rheumatic fever come about because the amount of pathogens are too much for the immune system to handle. In a weakened body a simple cut could fester and eventually lead to amputation, and even sepsis and death

Ceragenins have a similar mode of action as Cathelicidins, an integral part of the innate immune system. Like Cathelicidins, Ceragenins direct the innate immune system to Kill, Clean, and Repair, restoring order to the body. Also like Cathelicidins Ceragenins target a wide array of pathogens, all types of bacteria, fungus, and viruses. And they deal with these pathogens in a way that the body understands. Like Cathelicidins, Ceragenins do not engender resistance, meaning bacteria and other pathogens aren’t able to mutate to become immune to their mode of action

Caragenins Are Proven

  • Effective against the world’s most dangerous, drug-resistant bacteria including: MRSA, CRE, ESBL, VRE, Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea and many more.
  • Effective against viruses including: HIV, Type I & II Herpes, Herpes Zoster (Shingles), and other lipid-enveloped viruses.
  • Effective against fungi including the deadly, drug-resistant Candida auris.
  • Effective against cancers even wild types.
  • Have selective mode of action, only targeting pathogens, (leaving the microbiome unaffected).
  • Do not engender resistance.
  • Accelerate wound healing and tissue repair.
  • Safe. They have been studied in hundreds of animals and dozens of humans with no noted effects adverse
  • Bind endotoxins signal cell and migration, crucial in wound repair.
  • Mimic Cathelicidins like LL-37 in directing the innate immune system, regulating cytokines, in turn, managing inflammation.
  • Increase the efficacy of antibiotics on drug-resistant bacteria strands.
  • Stable and scalable.

Due to Ceragenins mode of action as both an antimicrobial and a regenerative agent, there is a multitude of potential uses. However, we have chosen to focus on those that can make the greatest impact in the shortest amount of time.

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