Bio Nano Tech
It is the manipulation of matter precisely on a molecular or atomic scale.
This measurement scale is the result of dividing 1 millimeter one million times, that is, at the molecular level. However, for a molecule to be classified as a nanoparticle, it must measure between 1 and 100 nanometers.
This precise manipulation is possible due to the characteristics of matter on this tiny scale that are completely different from those on the macro scale. It is thanks to this that our nanoparticle is capable of achieving higher disinfection objectives than common disinfectants.
The powerful nanoparticle of Éviter® products has been programmed to penetrate pathogenic microorganisms, destroy their genetic code and completely neutralize them without damaging our cells, which results in a great advance in medical science worldwide.
Responsible for the extraordinary power of Éviter® is Nbelyax®, a unique nano-bio-molecule in the world.
NBELYAX®, A UNIQUE NANO-BIO-MOLECULE IN THE WORLD
Nbeylax® has been proudly patented in Mexico thanks to the extraordinary support of the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property and the application has been filed in 148 countries through the PCT (Patent Cooperation Treaty) and 12 more countries directly. It is the patent of Mexican origin with the greatest projection in the history of our country.
Continuing with the strengthening of intellectual property, the brands Nbelyax® have been registered as an active ingredient, and Éviter® and Eion® as trademarks of our finished products.
What is it?
It is a new 2nm nano-bio-molecule in the world, with electromagnetic charges and adsorbed plant extracts that give it the ability to neutralize all types of viruses, bacteria, fungi, spores, trypanosomes and mycobacteria, without damaging human cells plants or animals which thanks to its size can pass through the ionic channels of pathogens.
How does it work?
Once inside the microorganism, the extracts are released and act as biocatalysts, breaking the genetic material (carbon-carbon and carbon-nitrogen bonds) without allowing mutations that result in super-resistant microorganisms.