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The first sign of any Sinus/Nasal issue and you do not need to know whats the cause

Bound Oxygen – BO2 Nasal Spray

Bound Oxygen BO2 Nasal Spray addresses mold, bacteria, pollen, and other irritants at the source of sinus problems. It treats chronic sinusitis, cleans fungal allergens from nasal passages, soothes and decongests, and reduces inflammation and swelling.

The Nasal Spray is a mild natural medication for the treatment of blocked nasal passages and nasal congestion, as well as runny noses, assisting with allergies, hayfever, and clearing up nasal inflammation. It also helps to remove the nasal redness and soreness that usually accompany the flu and the common cold.

As the BO2 Nasal Spray is Antiviral, Antifungal, and has antibacterial properties, you can use it at the first sign of any sinus issue, and you do not need to know what the cause is. The quicker you spray, the less suffering there will be.

Bound-Oxygen Nasal Spray is a natural product that may be used as often as needed, with no side-effects. It comes in a 30 ml bottle containing 0.065 % Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2). An added atom of oxygen neutralizes viruses/fungi/molds/bacteria in the nasal passages. As a vegetable base stabilizer keeps the H2O2 stable – and helps moisturize the nasal passage., You usually will feel a difference within two minutes after using this product, and then there is a relief. The best is to blow your nose a few minutes after you spray.

For babies, it is safe to use from 9 months and older and for pregnant women. This product does not make you tired and has no known side-effects.

You may use Bound-Oxygen Nasal Spray as often as you like; twice a day is typically sufficient – mornings and evenings.

Directions: Bound-Oxygen is a straightforward product to use; spray it into your nasal passage – and sniff – whenever you need it, you cannot overdose, and you feel the results almost immediately. Best to blow your nose a minute or two after you sprayed to get the guck out.

For Hay Fever, use Bound-Oxygen as a preventative spray before you go into areas that might affect you. Spray the “Nasal Spray” at the first signs of an itchy nose, eyes, etc.

Important Warning: We expect you might have a slight burning sensation; it signifies that the liquid is cleaning and neutralizing toxins.

If you have a Nebulizer, you can also use it to nebulize with, because this liquid is so mild you can do it for hours; this also helps to bring up the oxygen saturation in your blood. This increase happens over time as the blood first must be cleaned, so the oxygen’s cleaning action will occur first. Once the cleaning has been done, your oxygen level starts to increase. Nebulizing will have additional benefits as it helps with brain fog, headaches, and migraines.

If you are very sick, then alternate with the BO2 Throat Spray. Nebulize all day, most people report that it takes about two days to be back to full health.

Warning: If you have Covid-19. Or suspect you have it, make sure that when you nebulize, you are alone. Hydrogen Peroxide neutralizes viruses; it should be okay, but be very careful if you nebulize anything else. It will make you more contagious, as the vapor is filling the room with viruses.

This unregistered medicine has not been evaluated by SAPRAH for its quality safety or intended use.

Kindly note that we do not give any medical advice. BOUND-OXYGEN.com is a retail website selling supplements and other health-related branded products (none of which are scheduled medication). Any medical advice should be given by your personal health care professional.

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