Medical Grade Manuka Honey Kid's Sinus Nasal Spray
What does ManukaGuard Kid’s Sinus Nasal Spray do?
ManukaGuard Kid’s Sinus Nasal Spray brings innovation to children’s sinus health. It’s drug-free and has no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. It offers parents a natural alternative for safely and effectively cleansing and moisturizing your child's nasal passages.
The cleansing and moisturizing actions of Medical Grade Manuka Honey are proven in peer reviewed, published research and are delivered in the correct volume via this nasal spray formulation.
When should I use the nasal spray?
Use this nasal spray when it feels like 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. If little or nothing flushes out, it’s a good indication the nasal passages are clean.
Medical-Grade Manuka Honey MGO 400, saline solution, vegetable glycerin, natural fruit and plant extracts, citric and ascorbic acids (Vitamin C), and purified water.
The definition of Medical Grade Manuka Honey:
This ingredient itself is cleaned and purified until everything that is not a natural part of the honey has been removed. The honey is processed by our proprietary standards for purity then pasteurized to further improve its quality, safety and protect the purity through the shelf life and beyond.
You may experience a mild stinging upon use. 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.
The use of this dispenser by more than one person may spread infection. Clean nozzle after each use. Consult with your doctor before taking if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition. Do not use this if you are allergic to bees, bee products, or citric acid. If you are given a prescription for medicine, always tell your health care professional about all the health products you are using.
Backed by peer reviewed, published medical research.