Sinus Plus Formula

by Dr. Christopher's
Sinus Plus Formula

Reviewed: 11/11/2009 by Penny Branly

Category: Allergy Relief

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Suffering from allergies and hay fever can really disrupt daily life with non-stop sneezing, itchy eyes and throat and a slew of other irritating symptoms. Sinus Plus Formula, manufactured by Dr. Christopher’s, can aid in clearing sinus passages, diminishing symptoms, such as constant sneezing, watery eyes, sore throat and dry nostrils and decreases the pain and pressure associated with sinus issues. As a decongestant and antihistamine, Sinus Plus helps to expel mucus from the nasal cavity and opens bronchial tubes for easier breathing. If allergies, sinus issues, hay fever or asthma plague your life and make it hard for you to focus and get through daily activities, it may be time to invest in this natural allergy product. Capsule coating is 100% pure vegetable-based, which makes it suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Although this supplement is supposed to be used for sinus allergies, one user has claimed that it also helped to clear up a persistent case of hives.

Take two capsules three times per day or as directed by a qualified physician.

There are no listed side effects. Pregnant and nursing women should refrain from taking this supplement unless directed by a healthcare professional.

Bringham Tea Herb, Golden seal root, Eyebright, Chapparal Leaf, Marshmallow Root, Parsley Root, Burdock Root, Horseradish, Cayenne Pepper and Lobelia Herb.

 Pricing Information

Reg: $29.99
BUY N/A 100 capsules 1 bottle Organic Health and Beauty

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Brad wrote:
Posted: 07/16/2015
Peppermint can effect milk sulppy for nursing moms. So if this is a problem for you, you can substitute melaleuca for the peppermint. With melaleuca, it probably won't be as palatable to take orally as a shot. So, if you dont have veggie caps you can also try rubbing the mixture at the base of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th toe on the sole of the foot. These are the reflex points for the sinus.
Total comments: 2 - Average Score: 42.5 / 100