Using colloidal silver with a simple device called a neti pot, is a far more effective way to deal with sinus problems.
Another simple way to fight sinus infections with colloidal silver is to purchase one of those tiny, plastic nasal spray squeeze bottles full of saline solution, which you can get at any pharmacy. Empty the tiny bottle of the saline solution and wash and rinse it well. Then re-fill it (about half full) with colloidal silver and sniff it up the nose three or four times a day. Sinus problems disappear like magic!Another safe, natural supplement for sinus problems is NAC, also known as n-acetyl-cysteine. We have recommended it in the pages of this blog several times, in relation to its ability to de-toxify the body of mercury and other toxic byproducts of vaccines. But one of its many other proven uses is for sinus relief.
Procter & Gamble recalls Vicks nasal spray over bacteria fears
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has recalled 120,000 bottles of Vicks Sinex nasal spray after finding traces of bacteria in the product.
No illnesses have been reported yet but the bacteria, known as B. cepacia, could cause serious infections for an individual with a compromised immune system or a chronic lung condition such as cystic fibrosis, P&G said.
The affected product was sold only in the US, Germany and the UK.
P&G detected the problem in a routine quality control at its German plant in Gross Gerau, it said.
It found the bacteria in a small number of bottles from a lot sold in the US and is testing the UK and German lots that were produced from the same batch of raw material mixture.
Shares in P&G fell marginally in the US yesterday, down one per cent to 62.15 cents.
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