Our above-average solution helps support you when you need it the most, because it has six active natural ingredients to help keep you feeling better, and breathing better throughout the day.
It’s a natural water-based nasal spray that helps open nasal passages for easy breathing and helps alleviate nasal congestion when the common cold, allergies or environmental pollutants start wearing you down.
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Directions: Adults and children over 12 years of age. Shake before each use. Take 15 minutes before food or any other medicine. Dosage may be repeated up to 4 times a day. Remove cap and safety clip first. Before using the first time prime the pump by depressing several times. Hold with thumb at bottom of the bottle and the nozzle between two fingers. Place tip of nozzle just past the nasal passage. Pump once into each nostril. Inhale deeply to spread the medicated solution. Clean tip of nozzle after each use and replace cap.
*Individual Results Vary
Warnings: Use only as directed. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use on children under 12 years of age. If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a doctor before use. Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms do not improve in 7 days.
The majority our active ingredients come from plants and the rest come from other natural sources.
Active Ingredients & Purpose:
NasoClear does not contain alkaloids of any kind.
NasoClear Day Formula ingredients have been diluted out according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States. All ingredients are recognized as an official collection of accepted ingredients by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and are manufactured in FDA approved laboratories. Therefore this water based formula is harmless as it contains no alkaloids. Each ingredient derives from plant, mineral, or protein sources and is present only in harmless microscopic amounts in each dose.
Dilution Scale: 6X is equal to one part per million.
Claims follow requirement in CPG 400.400 and GLP of Sections 502 & 503 of the FDCA (“The Act”) and Part 201 Title 21 of the CFR to include Principle Display Panel of OTC Drug Labeling under 21 CFR 201.62. Uses and claims are taken from various authorized Materia Medica for references. They have not been reviewed by the Federal Drug Administration.