(For a demonstration on how to use the Sinus Cleanser, click here)
Sinus Cleanser contains a patent-pending synergistic blend of:
Homeopathic anti-fungal of wild indigo (baptisia tinctoria)
Grapefruit seed extract
Colloidal silver in an isotonic solution of salt water, buffered for pH.
ABOUT EXPIRATION DATES
According to the Johns Hopkins Medical School, when kept in a cool, dry, and dark place (such as refrigerator or cool cupboard), most drugs and nutrition supplements are safe and effective for at least one year beyond the printed expiration date. Some of our customers have emailed us about expiration dates, wanting to stock up on our products when special deals are offered. Sinus Cleanser is a mixture of homeopathic and herbal anti-microbial substances, which provides for a much longer shelf life when the product is kept in the refrigerator and the tip is wiped down after use. ImmunoPower EZ is a mixture of concentrated and dehydrated vitamin, mineral, herbal ingredients that are equally robust long after the printed shelf life. The fatty acid pills are sealed in gelatin capsules against oxygen exposure and thus equally protected against deterioration.
We encourage our customers to stock up on these valuable products accordingly without worrying about a product becoming dangerous or ineffective the day after the expiration date.
Over 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sinus problems.
Common prescription and over-the-counter drugs to address this problem include Claritin, Flonase, Sudafed, and many others. Drugs try to slow down the flow of mucus (anti-secretory), kill the bacteria (antibiotics), or shut down the swelling (anti-inflammatory). While each strategy gives some people temporary relief from nasal irrigation, none of these drug approaches deals with the underlying problem. The real problem is usually a fungal infection. Sinus Cleanser cleanses the sinuses with an effective yet gentle solution that helps to restore normal health to the sinus passages. Many people report improvements in breathing and other symptoms within days of using Sinus Cleanser for their nasal wash. "Miracle in a bottle" is what one of our customers calls Sinus Cleanser. Give it a try. Risk free. If it does not satisfy your needs, then return the unused portion of the bottle for a complete refund.
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Patented and clinically tested.
Our product is so unique that it's patented by the United States Patent and Trademark office. US patent 6899903 issued May 31, 2005.
Our product is clinically tested. Using 40 human subjects with reported sinus problems, our IRB approved (Institutional Review Board) study was conducted at the Center for Human Functioning in Wichita, KS with principal investigators, Ronald Hunninghake, MD and Donald Davis, PhD. The study essentially found that Sinus Cleanser was "safe and effective" if used as directed. In comparing the use of no treatment to salt water (saline) irrigation to Sinus Cleanser, Sinus Cleanser was found to be 27% more effective than saline; yet the number of subjects was not large enough to consider this statistically significant. See the abstract below, or the entire study below that. The study has been submitted to various professional journals awaiting approval for publication.
We compared the efficacy of two nasal irrigation solutions with each other, using two 3-week, blind trials in 10 subjects with chronic sinusitis. To control for regression toward the mean, we also included an untreated control group of 18 subjects. All subjects continued their customary over-the-counter or prescribed treatments. As measured by the Sino-Nasal Outcome Test (SNOT-20), 2% hypertonic, buffered saline reduced sinus symptoms by 20% relative to controls (p = 0.37, 10 subjects). For a commercial, isotonic saline solution with natural antimicrobial agents, the reduction was a statistically significant 27% (p = 0.046, 10 subjects); however, the difference between the two solutions was not statistically significant in this small study (p = 0.43). These treatment benefits are similar to those reported by others using long-term pharmacological and surgical treatments. Surprisingly, three weeks after subjects stopped using sinus nasal irrigation, there was no significant relapse of symptoms. Improvements in 18 untreated subjects (regression to the mean) ranged from 3% to 16% by 4 measures; this finding shows the importance of including untreated subjects in future studies, in lieu of a placebo group.
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