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Xlear Rescue Nasal Spray

$14.99

By Xlear
1.5 fl. oz.

Safely and effectively alleviate congestion, dry sinuses, and irritated nasal tissues.*

This blend combines Xylitol with added antimicrobials, such as oregano, tea tree, pau d’arco, and grapefruit seed extract, along with the sinus opening effect of eucalyptus.

The 1.5fl oz metered pump spray bottle is the perfect addition to your daily sinus care regime.

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Dimensions: 2.5 × 1.5 × 5.25 in SKU: XLRRESCUE Categories: , Tags: , Availability:

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Description

Ingredients
Purified water
Xylitol
Glycerin
Sodium Chloride
Sodium Bicarbonate
Oat Beta Glucan
Oregano
Tea Tree
Eucalyptus
Parsley
Pau D’Arco
Grapefruit Seed Extract (as a preservative)

Free from:
Non-GMO

Description

Safely and effectively alleviate congestion, dry sinuses, and irritated nasal tissues.*

The 1.5fl oz metered pump spray bottle is the perfect addition to your daily sinus care regime.

Dr. Jill’s Commentary
I find Xylitol to be one of the most steady and safe biofilm busters for the nasal and sinus passages. It’s so stealth in its action, my patients can often use it early in their treatment plan without aggravating symptoms. This blend has added antimicrobials, such as oregano, tea tree, pau d’arco, and grapefruit seed extract, along with the sinus opening effect of eucalyptus.

I add this to antimicrobial treatments for patients with persistent MARCoNS or MRSA on nasal swab testing.

As I write in my book, Break the Mold, “Xylitol is a biofilm buster, meaning that it breaks up the slime layer protecting mold and its co-conspirators. Remember, once you’re exposed to a water-damaged building, the bad dudes that thrived in that sick building have moved into your sinuses. They survive in a biofilm, and it’s literally a film of slime mixed with bad-guy microbes. While antifungals work on bad-guy mold, and colloidal silver works on bad-guy bacteria, xylitol chips away at the slime they’re hiding in.”

Xylitol also has anti-Strep activity. And to sweeten the deal, it leaves a slightly sweet aftertaste on the back of your tongue after using it intranasally, even though it’s not sugar.

 


*This statement has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent a disease.

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