Welcome to our pHenomenal story
My name is Shannon Brown and I would love to tell you how all of this started.
But first let me tell you that our goal, as a company, is to help MRSA sufferers to empower their own immune system to fight MRSA efficiently and quickly with or without any other treatment.
Now, I consider myself to be a regular guy and I’m certainly not a doctor and to tell the truth I wouldn’t want to be because it’s a really hard and thankless job.
My father has been in the alternative cancer field since I was 6 years old so I grew up around health and the belief that although the medical world is amazing in many ways they don’t always have all of the answers.
In my mind MRSA (or Staphylococcus aureus) and cancer are almost identical in the sense that cancer is a “fermenting cell” that only eats sugar and it produces lactic and uric acid and Staphylococcus aureus is a “fermenting bacteria that only eats sugar and produces lactic and uric acid.
I knew it had to be much easier to shut down or stop a bacterium than a living growing cell.
In short I became a little obsessed with MRSA and drove my wife crazy talking about it because it seemed so simple and yet no one had seen the obvious. I especially got aggressive in my research when a member of my own family contracted MRSA.
The business we now have was built out of necessity in trying to serve and help those people who need it.
We are based out of the State of Nevada. Every batch of pHenomenal is tested by Wet Labs, which is a Nevada certified analytical laboratory that meets or exceeds RCRA (Resource Conversation and Recovery Act) standards. Then pHenomenal is bottled by a certified Nevada bottling company that meets all the highest standards of purity.
We are a small company doing the best we can and reinvesting every penny back into patents and the company so we can do a better job.
Obviously clinical studies are necessary to not only gain credibility but so we can help even more people. But they are more expensive and difficult to accomplish than you may think. And most importantly they take time. But we will get there one day.