Extra Strength Allercleanse Medical Grade Manuka Honey MGO 600 Nasal Spray
What Does Extra Strength Allercleanse Do?
Extra Strength Allercleanse cleanses impurities like dust, pet dander, bed mites, and other airborne particulate matter from the nasal passages and contains more of the cleansing medical grade manuka honey.
Extra-Strength Allercleanse by ManukaGuard, provides a thorough cleansing that is far superior to saline alone, leaving nasal passages squeaky clean. The cleansing and hydrating power of Manuka honey is captured in our Extra Strength Allercleanse formula, try it, you’ll never go back to saline sprays!
The cleansing and moisturizing actions of Medical Grade Manuka Honey are delivered via this nasal spray formulation. t
When should I use the nasal spray? Whenever it feels as though there is a build-up or accumulation in the nasal passages, this is the time to be proactive and use the nasal spray. Expect material to wash out of the nose. A good indication the nasal passages are clean; little or nothing will flush out.t
The Definition of: cleansing
Webster dictionary: To Clean, especially: to rid of impurities by or as if by washing
Medical Grade Manuka Honey MGO 600, saline solution, vegetable glycerin, natural fruit and plant extracts, citric and ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and purified water.
You may experience a mild stinging; this normally resolves within a few uses of the product. If the stinging continues for more than 4-5 days, please discontinue use, and seek professional medical help. Do not use if you are allergic to bees, bee products or citric acid.
The use of this dispenser by more than one person may spread infection. Clean the nozzle after each use. Consult with your doctor prior to taking if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition. Do not use this if you are allergic to bees or bee products. If you are given a prescription for medicine, always tell your health care professional which additional health products you are using.
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