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Sinus Gel

Sinus Gel

SINUS GEL contains natural herbs and essential oils with mucolytic, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and warming properties. It is designed to address the phlegm that clogs sinuses and to promote its drainage. Sinus headaches and sinusitis may be reduced or eliminated. Regular use may prevent secondary infection. SINUS GEL also helps to relieve the symptoms associated with hay fever and the common cold.

Directions:
Apply at least twice daily to facial areas (forehead, over bridge of nose, cheekbones and area below eyebrows). Pressure applied on trigger points may be helpful: Apply pressure for 60 seconds to each point. Then, rub a little gel onto the palms of your hands, hold your hands over your nasal area and inhale deeply for a few seconds.

 
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS:

  • Avoid contact with eyes
  • For external use only
  • Do not use during pregnancy or lactation
  • Not suitable for epileptics

 
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
Eucalyptus globules - Eucalyptus
Melaleuca alternifolia - Tea tree
Melissa officinalis - Lemon balm
Mentha piperita - Peppermint
Styrax benzoin - Friars balsam
75 ml : 2,5 fl oz
 

Congested sinuses

 Sinuses become congested with thick mucus during allergic conditions and during the common cold. Clogged sinuses lead to sinusitis (infection of sinuses) and sinus head aches. A typical giveaway of blocked sinuses is dark circles under the eyes, ringing in the ears and a tired dull headache.
 Apply SINUS GEL over the bridge of nose, onto the cheekbones, around the bony eye area and onto eyebrows and forehead. Rub a little SINUS GEL into palm of the hands, cover the face and inhale deeply.
 Mucus will soon start to loosen. Give the nose a good blow and reapply SINUS GEL. Thereafter apply 3-4 times a day.

 Sinus massage to alleviate sinus congestion: (not recommended for acute sinusitis)

 Massage from the nostrils, out along the underside of the cheekbones using firm pressing movements with your index fingers. Then using the same technique, continue just above the eyebrows working from the outside in towards the top of the nose. Next, using gentle pressure, work down the sides of the nose and along the top of the cheekbones. Also massage the glands in the neck using circular and then downward stroking movements.

Melaleuca alternifolia - Tea trea has been proven by main stream medical research as an effective agent against bacteria, fungi and viruses. It is a potent immune stimulant and is especially helpful when patients take long to recover. It stimulates the growth of healthy new cells.

Melissa officinalis – Melissa or Lemon balm is valuable in treating eczema and other skin allergies

Mentha piperata - Peppermint clears nasal passages and sinuses. It invigorates, stimulates and sharpens the brain for clear thinking. It is cooling, deodorizing and has insect repelling properties

Eucalyptus globules – Blue gum is best known as a decongestant inhalation for colds and catarrh. It eases nasal congestion and inhibits proliferation of the cold virus. Its powerful anti-bacterial and anti-viral action made it useful as air sprays during epidemics. It does not irritate mucus membranes. It has a diuretic action and improves blood flow, it is also as a healing agent, which numbs muscular pains eg in fibrocitis and rheumatism.

Styrax benzoin - Frair’s balsam stimulates circulation and clears mucus. It is warming which makes it helpful to treat for colds, flue, coughs and sore throat, loss of voice.

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