Sinusol® Winter Fresh 2 oz
A herbal blend of aromatic oils including Eucalyptus and Wintergreen.
Dr. Bielory's Recommended Uses
For patients suffering from allergy and sinus discomfort.
Upon waking, as needed during the night and before bedtime. can be used every 2-3 hours as needed.
Directions for Use
One of the key ingredients of the NEW Sinusol® Winter Fresh is the eucalyptus essential oil, but with the added benefit of Wintergreen. The combination provides a stimulating minty aroma that generates an extra roborant effect with a delightful invigoration fo the senses when inhaled.
Wintergreen essential oil has a cool, minty aroma and contains the naturally occurring constituent methyl salicylate, which is beneficial as a true anti-inflammatory agent like aspirin which is salicylic acid.
Wintergreen scientifically known as Gaultheria fragrantissima is actually a low growing species native to sandy coastal regions and woodlands of eastern North America from Georgia to Newfoundland. It is a member of the heath, or Ericaceae, family and bears foliage round the year. Apart from wintergreen it is also known as Aromatic wintergreen, box berry, Canada tea, checkerberry, deer berry, ground berry, mountain tea, partridge berry, spice berry, teaberry, wax cluster, eastern teaberry and checkerberry. Though the term “wintergreen” applies to any plant that remains green throughout the year, the “Wintergreen plant” is a title that refers to the genus Gaultheria.
The Sinusol® Winter Fresh nasal solution is a low cost of therapy that provides mucus clearing and a natural nasal decongestant for the treatment of chronic rhinitis associated with a variety of conditions including allergies. It produces a local effect directly on the nasal mucosal surface and associated mucus.
Sinus irrigation is a simple procedure that can help the nose, sinus passages and the throat clear of mucus. It has been recommended by physicians for decades, and its use dates further back in traditional Eastern practices.
Sinusitis occurs when the mucous lining of the sinuses becomes inflamed. Anything that blocks the entry of air into the sinuses can result in inflammation: bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, allergies, polyps, or a deviated septum. It is a common condition affecting over 37 million people in the United States. Symptoms of chronic sinusitis include nasal obstruction, headache that is worse on bending, sinus pain, bad breath, and post-nasal drip.
Sinus irrigation, also known as a sinus wash or lavage, is a simple procedure that can help to increase drainage of the sinuses. For people with seasonal allergies, sinus irrigation can help to remove pollens from the nose.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.