What is Nasaleze : The key points
Natural prevention of allergy symptoms from hay fever, dust mites and animal dander.
• One-a-day application
• Natural and safe
• Drug free
• Non habit forming
• Works in minutes
• Non drowsy
• Safe for pregnant women
• Upto 30-day supply (200 doses)
How Nasaleze works
Nasaleze is an inert proprietary grade of micronized cellulose powder that delivers fast, effective protection against hay fever, dust mites and animal dander by means of a novel, patented method that ensures delivery of an effective dose via the nasal cavity. Nasaleze reduces the need to take rescue medication for the symptoms of hay fever dust mites and animal dander.
By acting as a barrier to airborne allergens, Nasaleze stops the cause of allergies that are inhaled through your nose rather than just treating the symptoms. Nasaleze is a new unique, natural product that works with the body's own defense mechanism to strengthen resistance to airborne allergens such as pollen, dust mites and animal dander.
Nasaleze is made from vegetable origin and meets both the highest purity and safety standards.
Nasaleze can be used successfully to relieve the most chronic symptoms reported by allergy sufferers wherein subjective assessment of the activity of Nasaleze is on average, higher than all the pharmaceutical alternatives. Studies have demonstrated that Nasaleze substantially improves the rate of Nasal Mucous Clearance and PNIFR (Peak Nasal Inspiratory Flow Rate) and significantly reduces the need for rescue medication.
Nasaleze is classified as a medical device and is composed of fine particles of inert cellulose that are applied to the inside of the nose via a unique delivery system.
Squeeze one puff into each nostril. Administering greater than 1 puff into each nostril may accelerate relief of symptoms. Repeat as needed. One squeeze releases about 2.5 mg of powder. In some cases the daily dose up to a maximum of 8 puffs per day into each nostril, giving a total of 40 mg per day. Treatment with cellulose powder should be started as early as possible and continued throughout the pollen season, increasing the number of applications per day as required.