Luffa nasal spray-20ml by Bioforce for hayfever
Luffa nasal spray for hayfever symptoms
Also known as:
Useful as part of a programme for reducing allergic reactions such as sneezing, itchy and runny eyes and nose, blocked or stuffy nose, wheezy chest, etc
This tropical plant is used with a variety of others to combat the symptoms of allergies, particularly those with hayfever-like effects.
The benefit of using this type of natural remedy is that it has none of the side effects common with conventional antihistamine-type medications, such as drowsiness, fatigue and dependency. It can be used long or short term, and is suitable for those sensitive to chemical medications.
How it works:
There is very little research available to help us with our understanding of the action of this plant. Empirical evidence indicates its effectiveness, but as yet we have no clear picture of the mechanisms of action.
No restrictions on use are known
Luffa operculata (Luffa), Ammi visnaga (Toothpick Weed), Aralia racemosa* (American Spikenard), Cardiospermum halicacabum* (Heartseed), Okoubaka aubrevillei (Okoubaka), Larrea mexicana (Chapparal), Galphimia glauca (Golden Thryallis) in an isotonic solution buffered with disodium hydrogen phosphate dodecahydrate, sodium dihydrogen phosphate dihydrate and less than 0.7% ethanol.
* Organically grown.
Directions for use (12 years and over):
Spray once into each nostril 3-5 times per day. It may be necessary to prime the pump by spraying once or twice before inserting into the nostril.
This product is not recommended for children under 12 years of age.
Holding the bottle upright, remove the plastic cap and insert the nozzle into the nostril. Depress the pump by placing your fingers on either side of the nozzle, breathing in deeply through the nose. Repeat the process for the other nostril.
Please seek medical advice if pregnant.
Keep out of reach and sight of children