Respiratory

RESPIRATORY NASAL SPRAY
HYPERTONIC

15 ml
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Used temporarily and as an adjunct in the treatment of cold and allergic rhinitis. Temporarily relieve symptoms such as nasal irritation and congestion associated with cold, sinusitis by moisturizing and improving mucociliary clearance.

Active ingredient 100% natural origin: Combination of hypertonic sea water pleasently scented with flower water from organic rosemary and EOBBD** essential oils for gentle and nonirritant action on the nasal mucous membrane
**Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil.

Shake well before each use.
Adults: 2 sprays per nostril (3 to 5 times / day).
Each spray contains 0,14ml of solution.
Use within 2 weeks after opening

Read the product packaging.


Clinically tested*: Reduction from the first few minutes in congestion and nasal discharge, soothes irritated nasal mucous membrane, reduction in cold symptoms, hydration and moistening of the nasal cavities.
*30 volunteers – 8 days – Under medical supervision.

MEDICINAL INGREDIENT (% w/w): Sodium Chloride (Salt, SEA WATER EXTRACT) 1.04%.

NON MEDICINAL INGREDIENTS:AQUA (WATER), ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) WATER, ALCOHOL, EUCALYPTUS RADIATA LEAF/STEM OIL, CITRUS LIMON (LEMON) JUICE, GLYCERIN, ECHINACEA PURPUREA FLOWER/LEAF/STEM EXTRACT, CINNAMOMUM CAMPHORA (CAMPHOR) LEAF OIL, MELALEUCA VIRIDIFLORA LEAF OIL, XANTHAN GUM, PELARGONIUM GRAVEOLENS OIL, PROPOLIS EXTRACT.

Ravintsara, Geranium, Eucalyptus radiata, Niaouli

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