After 40 years of imposed use and abuse of inorganic active ingredients based on chlorine, zinc, and nanoparticles (Ag, Cu, etc.), the bacterial resistance to these substances (which even the FDA defines as mechanic irritants and, sometimes, pesticides) is now both apparent and concerning.
It is therefore necessary to look ahead and propose new active ingredients available in nature to protect ourselves from bacteria, viruses, and pathogens in general.
Major pharmaceutical companies have imposed their patents (which cannot be obtained when natural active ingredients are used), informing their customers of the need to almost systematically assume chemical compounds that in the long term build up in our body, favouring an increasing bacterial resistance to them.
It is sad to mention that the third cause of death in hospitals are infections developed during hospitalisation. Clearly, not only hospitals are subject to these risks.