SAME EXACT FORMULA AS BEFORE
SinuPower (formerly Sinuclenz) uses a multi-spice blend of wild oregano P73 along with clove, bay leaf, and sage in a saline base. SinuClenz uses a multi-spice blend of wild oregano P73 along with clove, bay leaf, and sage in a saline base. It's portable.
Upwards of as many as 70 percent of sinus infection sufferers are prescribed antibiotics that are not only ineffective but further lead to antibiotic resistance. This telling number delineates the need for a natural yet powerful way of keeping the sinuses healthy.
Snorers alert. This nasal cleansing spray can help a lot. Try some and see.
SinuPower uses a multi-spice blend of wild oregano P73 along with clove, bay leaf, and sage in a saline base. This is the ideal way of cleansing the nasal passage while delivering this powerful anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal oil combination directly to the sinuses. Keep using it for 2 days after any "burn" is no more.
Ingredients. Wild oil or oregano P73, bay leaf, sage, clove bud oil, sea salt, spring water.
This nasal cleansing spray can also aid those wishing to train themselves to nose breathe.
SinuPower is intended to terminate sinusitis (sinus infection). It is an anti-microbial nasal cleansing spray that kills both bacteria and fungus when sprayed inter-nasally.
The proper use protocol is ESSENTIAL to achieve the desired results.
Spray the SinuClenz once or twice up each nostril every 20 to 30 minutes from when you wake in the morning until you go to sleep at night. More is better!
If you sneeze it out after spraying it in, spray again. Keep it in your nose at all times.
OPTIONAL. Make it go deeper by hanging your head over the bed and let it drip in approximately 5 drops.
Do NOT spray anything else in your nose before you spray the Sinus Relief or within the following 10 minutes. The Sinus Relief needs to be ALONE in order to work.
Spray the SinuPower for a couple of days after your sinusitis symptoms have ended to make sure that you kill as many of the offending microbes as possible. You don’t want the infection to return.