UPC: 705692391152 Total Weight: 0.42 lbs (0.19 kg)
Package Format: 0.5 fl oz
For Adults and Children
Natural Care SinuFix Nasal Mist is a nose spray that's made with echinacea, stinging nettle, grapefruit oil and other botanical and herbal ingredients.
Warnings: The use of this container by more than one person may spread infection. If you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seek the advice of a health professional before use. If symptoms worsen or do not improve within 7 - 14 days, or are accompanied by fever, consult your doctor. Keep out of the reach of children.
Notes: No artificial preservatives. Non-prescription.
Directions: Clear the nasal passageway by gently blowing your nose prior to using SinuFix. Remove the safety clip on the bottle. Prior to initial use, prime the pump by holding it upright and pumping 1 or more times into a tissue until the solution is dispensed. Insert nozzle into nostril and depress pump completely while breathing in through your nose. Spray 1 - 2 time in each nostril every 2 - 4 hours until symptoms subside. The nasal pump sprayer provides precise dose delivery of the soothing spray in a fine mist. Wipe nozzle clean after each use and replace cap. Children under 6 years of age, consult a health care professional.
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The doctor's comment is correct, but I swear by this stuff. I was having 2-3 sinus infections a year - the last bout took me out for 2 weeks. My doctor was giving me a massive antibotic shot plus a 14-day run of horse pills. Now when I feel a sinus problem coming on, I use SinuFix and take a decongestant, maybe nasal irrigation if needed. I haven't had a sinus infection since!!
I am an Otolaryngologist (ENT doctor). I had not heard of Sinufix until one of my patients came to my clinic yesterday and told me that since starting Sinufix nasal spray she has completely lost her sense of smell. Review of the ingredients in Sinufix shows that zinc gluconate is one of the main ingredients. Anyone using Sinufix should be aware that there have been several reports of anosmia (complete loss of sense of smell) related to the use of topical zinc containing products.
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