BO2 Candida Night Nasal Spray

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BO2 Candida Night Nasal Spray (30ml)

Bound Oxygen uses the best natural essential oils, which moisturises the nasal passages and helps strengthen the mucous membranes.  

If you know you have a problem with Candida, start spraying first thing in the evening, for nighttime use. BO2 Candida Night Nasal Spray is also very good for wound healing, Hay fever, Runny nose, Congested Sinuses.

It has the essential oils for nighttime use, to help you wind down for bed and so it is easy to go back to sleep after you used the BO2 Candida Night Nasal Spray.

Ingredients:

0,03% (300ppm) Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)

·        Lavender Essential Oil (50ppm)

·        Chamomile Essential Oil (50ppm)

·        Sage Essential Oil (50ppm)

·        Calendula Oil (100ppm)

·        Dandelion Root Extract (50ppm)

·        Artemisia Annua (Mugwort) (50ppm)

·        Prunella Vulgaris (50ppm)

·        Green Tea Extract (20ppm)

 

 

0,03% (300ppm) Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)

 

A study found that only very low concentrations (0.03% solution, this is a dilution of typical 3% Peroxide by 100 times) may induce healing.

THE BOUND OXYGEN BO2 BE CLEAR IS STABELISED fOODGRADE hYDROGEN PEROXSIDE 0,03%

Lavender Essential Oil (50ppm)

 

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites.

Fungal infections

A study published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology found that lavender oil could be effective in combating antifungal-resistant infections. The study showed that Lavandula oil is potent and demonstrates antifungal activity on a wide spectrum.

These studies demonstrated a faster rate of wound healing, increased expression of collagen, and enhanced activity of proteins involved in the tissue remodeling process in wounds treated with lavender essential oil.

Chamomile Essential Oil (50ppm)

The use of chamomile has been described in medical texts from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Over the centuries, it’s been used for:

  • wound healing, including ulcers and sores
  • anxiety relief
  • easing skin conditions like eczema or rashes
  • anti-inflammation and pain relief
  • promoting sleep

 

Wound Healing

Topically applied chamomile may be able to speed wound healing. Studies show that substances in chamomile can kill viruses and bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus, the cause of staph infections, reduce inflammation, and prevent and treat the growth of ulcers.

Chamomile may help stop microbes from entering a wound. Researchers have also found that chamomile may promote wound healing and reduce inflammation.

Sage Essential Oil (50ppm)

 

The plant is historically known for its medicinal properties, especially for calming and soothing the skin. In aromatherapy, sage oil is infamous for delivering feelings of balance and relaxation. And recently, the topical benefits of this essential oil have proven to be effective as an ingredient in cosmetics, eliminating toxins, diminishing the appearance of blemishes, and relieving skin irritation.

Heal wounds – Bacterial strains, such as burns, skin abrasions, and infections, may find possible treatments through the application of sage oil. It helps eliminate toxins and is both antimicrobial and antibacterial. Along with having antibacterial properties, the essential oil may contain antifungal effects, which can be effective for treating dermatitis and Athlete’s foot. It may also fight the growth of E. coli by targeting the bacteria cells. 

Used cosmetically or topically in general, Sage Essential Oil is reputed to eliminate toxins, provide relief to minor skin abrasions, diminish the appearance of blemishes, and address stretch marks, sores, and swelling. Its moisturizing and conditioning properties help soothe dryness and irritation.

SAGE OIL BENEFITS

The main chemical constituents of Sage Oil are: Camphor, α-Thujone, β-Thujone,1,8-Cineole, and α-Pinene.

CAMPHOR is known to exhibit the following activity:

  • Decongestant
  • Absorbent
  • Cooling
  • Warming
  • Anesthetic
  • Anti-microbial
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Cough suppressant
  • Febrifuge

1,8-CINEOLE is known to exhibit the following activity:

  • Analgesic
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-fungal
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-spasmodic 
  • Anti-viral
  • Increased blood flow
  • Reduced tension headaches
  • Cough suppressant

α-Pinene is known to exhibit the following activity:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-septic
  • Expectorant
  • Bronchodilator

Dandelion Root Extract (50ppm)

 

One test-tube study showed that dandelion root extract increased the generation of new skin cells, which could slow the aging process.

Additional research indicates that dandelion extract may reduce skin inflammation and irritation while also increasing hydration and collagen production. This may be useful in preventing and treating certain types of acne 

Help Fight Inflammation

Dandelion may be effective in reducing inflammation caused by disease due to the presence of various bioactive compounds like polyphenols within the plant.

Inflammation is one of your body’s natural responses to injury or illness. Over time, excessive inflammation can lead to permanent damage to your body’s tissues and DNA.

 

Boost Your Immune System

Some research indicates that dandelion may have antimicrobial and antiviral properties, which could support your body’s ability to fight infection.

Several test-tube studies found that dandelion extract significantly reduced the ability of viruses to replicate.

Research also indicates that some of the active compounds in dandelion protect against various harmful bacteria.

Artemisia Annua (Mugwort) (100ppm)

 

Thanks to its soothing, anti-inflammatory properties, mugwort targets dry, irritated skin effectively. 

You can also use a wormwood tincture externally for wound cleansing and treating insect bites. Other wormwood benefits include:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-pyretic (fever reducer)
  • Anti-microbial & Anti-fungal (kills bacteria, viruses, and funguses)
  • Anti-parasitic (kills parasites)

Green Tea Extract (20ppm)

 

Green tea and wound healing

EGCG is also known to regulate the secretion of cytokines and the activation of skin cells during wound healing. In fact, several studies suggest that green tea extracts enhance wound healing in full thickness by accelerating cell. Especially its antibacterial effects have been intensively analyzed and it has been shown that green tea is effective against numerous bacteria including multidrug-resistant strains such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) 

Prunella Vulgaris – Self Heal (50ppm)

Prunella has been found in studies to have biofilm disrupting action, which certainly accounts for some of its amazing wound healing renown. Self Heal can draw out infection, such as in an abcess, and is very beneficial in stimulating the healing of wounds, burns, and ulcers (including internally). Self Heal also has styptic actions, staunching the flow of blood. This means that from washing the wound to preventing infection to growing healthy new skin cells, Prunella is super helpful! And it’s not just on your skin, but your GI tract too: remember, the cells of your GI tract are the same type of cells that your skin is made of. When you have a plant that can help heal wounds and grow healthy skin tissue, that’s also going to apply to your guts. So whether it’s ulcerative colitis, IBS, Crohn’s, or just the aftermath of using NSAIDs, Self Heal will help get your guts back in order!

The active constituents include betulinic acid, rosmarinic acid, myristic acid, and tannins. The plant also contains vitamins A, C and K and thiamine.

Traditional use of Self Heal included as an expectorant, to assist female reproductive disorders, as a skin treatment and astringent, an antiseptic and to treat colic, stomach upsets and gastroenteritis.

There have been studies indicating some potential as antibacterial agents and for treating other conditions. The tannins may assist in reduction of skin swelling and inflammation and have an astringent effect on the skin. 

There have been a whole pile of studies showing that Self Heal has antiviral properties, especially against the herpes simplex virus, HPV and even HIV. Much like Elderberry, research shows that Prunella inhibits the binding ability of a virus, so that the virus can’t replicate, and stimulate the lymphatic system this is going to be useful in fighting ANY kind of pathogenic infection!

As its common name suggests, selfheal has a long tradition of being used in herbal medicine for everything from stopping bleeding and healing wounds, to treating heart disease and sore throats.

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