Uses for olive leaf nasal sprays

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Uses for olive leaf nasal sprays
Olive Leaf Nasal Spray is an all-natural medicine, made of edible plants with antimicrobial properties, without the unwanted side effects of antibiotics. (Oliven image by Alex Kork from

Olive Leaf Nasal Spray is an all-natural plant-based medicine meant to alleviate and treat sinus conditions. The spray is made of three components: olive leaf extract (olea europa), baptisia (baptisia tinctora) and grapefruit seed extract. Seagate Products Olive Leaf Nasal Spray is available online, or you may be able to get it at a homeopathy store. It provides temporary relief for cold and flu symptoms, sinus and nasal congestion, and skin irritations. According to Seagate's lab testing, results indicated the spray kills bacteria and other unwanted microorganisms such as fungi and mould (See Ref 1).

Cold and Flu Symptoms

Colds are caused by a virus, causing symptoms such as nasal congestion, sneezing and sniffles, states the University of Pennsylvania Office of Health Education. Influenza is also caused by a virus and can cause congestion, sore throat and a cough. According to the Seagate website, the Olive Leaf Nasal Spray has been found to kill 99.9 per cent of bacterial germs within 60 seconds, and provides antimicrobial therapy without antibiotics, killing the bacteria. Olive leaf extract is responsible for the spray's antimicrobial properties. The combination of the two ingredients provides temporary relief from cold and flu symptoms.

Sinus and Nasal Congestion

Sinus infections can result from allergies or illness. Symptoms usually occur because your body is fighting a bacterial infection. The antibacterial properties of Olive Leaf Nasal Spray fight bad bacteria. The ingredient baptisia is used for mouth, sinus, sore throat, tonsil infections, and inflammation and the grapefruit seed extract is used to nose and throat irritations. Many different types of sinus infections can be treated with Olive Leaf Nasal Spray such as frontal sinuses in the forehead, maxillary sinuses behind the cheekbones, ethmoid sinuses between the eyes and sphenoid sinuses behind the eyes. The spray will help clear up headaches and facial pressure caused by sinus infections.

Skin Irritations

Olive Leaf Nasal Spray can alternatively be used as a topical spray to relieve and treat skin irritations and rashes caused by bacteria or fungus, according to the Karakia website. In addition to killing bacteria, Olive Leaf Nasal Spray has been found to kill 99 per cent of fungi and 97 per cent of mould within 60 seconds, according to Seagate.

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