Sinuses are cavities within certain facial bones, and Sinusit is is the inflammation of those cavities.
Now, whether you suffer from Acute or Chronic Sinusit is, feel better thanks to SINUSPAX. Effective and without side effects, this preparation is suited for people of all ages. Easy to take and devoid of any toxicity, SINUSPAX is just as ideal for children pregnant women as it is for sufferers of hypertension.
SO, don't let yourself be put down by the inconveniences of a sinusitis resulting from a cold or an allergic rhinitis. Instead, take 2 chewable tablets 3 times a day.
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Anonymous - May 25, 2006, 08:34
I have enlarged nasal bone and recommended Nasal operation by E.N.T. specialist to clear the blockage. I am 70 years old and taking High blood pressure medicine Mepresor and also Lipitor. Is it safe for me to use SinusPax and if so is it worth while to take a full course of this medicine.If so please let me know the dosage and duration of full tratment . Thanks
ZooScape Moderator - June 14, 2006, 10:34
This is a homeopathic formula comprised of about a dozen different homeopathic ingredients. Generally speaking, if you follow the recommended dosage of 3-6 pellets dissolved in the mouth per day, there shouldn't be any side effects.
Because homeopathy is an energy-based system of healing involving vibrational patterns and energy imprints, the active ingredients have been diluted to the point where the original substance is virtually absent. This means that there are no known interactions between homeopathic approaches and traditional medicines.
The duration is usually very patient-specific and is best determined by a qualified homeopathic doctor or a naturopathic doctor.
GERARD - May 5, 2006, 18:35
Is this product completely natural herbs?
ZooScape Moderator - May 10, 2006, 12:12
This product is a homeopathic blend. Homeopathy uses trace quantities of natural substances that may be herb-based, mineral-based, or obscure substances that are actually toxic to humans in larger herbal doses such as bee venom or poison ivy. Homeopathy's founding principal asserts that diluted or trace quantities of these substances illicit symptoms similar to the disorder being relieved, and in turn, trigger a healing reaction in the body not unlike a vaccine.
Because it is an energy-based method of healing, the substances in homeopathic approaches exist in minute quantities and are suspended in either a liquid vehicle (alcohol) or a solid vehicle (sugar pellets or tablets). Some of the common names of the substances in the homeopathic blend in question, labelled in Latin as always, include calcium carbonate, manganese sulfate, sabadilla (perennial plant), Hahnemann's calcium sulfide, goldenseal, silica, and cedar. So, yes they are natural and not chemical-based, synthesized substances. But, they cannot be compared to herbs or herbal methods of healing - it's a completely different healing approach.
Take 3 to 6 tablets daily. Bite once, and let melt in mouth.
Homeopathy is a medical system based on the belief that illness can becured by taking a minute dose of a substance that, if taken by a healthyperson, would produce symptoms like those being addressed. Homeopathyemploys a variety of plant, animal, and mineral substances in very smalldoses to stimulate the body's natural rejuvenating powers and to bring the bodyback into balance.
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