Colloidal Silver Nasal Spray For Allergies

Colloidal silver nasal spray can be described as an anti-microbial agent which promotes breathing and treats fungal sinusitis. Adults are often required to use 1 to 4 sprays of o.2mls of Colloidal silver nasal spray everyday for the prescribed period while children are expected to take half of this amount of this dosage. Colloidal silver nasal spray also help in the treatment of symptoms of cold and flu. This nasal spray is also effective in clearing off congested throats thereby improving air passage.

Colloidal silver nasal spray is quite effective in treating and relieving one of breathing related problems but some allergic reactions have also been linked with them. Nasal spray allergies could be indoor or outdoor allergies and can occur especially through the nose, ears, and eyes. One of the most common and noticeable Nasal spray allergies is continuous sneezing few moments after usage. The patient may continue to sneeze continuously for over 5 minutes or more depending on the severity of the allergic reaction.

Decongestant nasal spray can also trigger allergic reactions such as itchy eyes, tearing, Burning, and Itching of the nose, mouth, throat, and skin, running nose, coughing and headache among others.  Nasal inflammation and Mucus production can be prevented with the use of Nasal Steroid spray. This will in turn improve the relieve from nasal congestion and ensure good nasal drainage. One of the limitations of Nasal Steroid spray is that it does not provide immediate relief of symptoms and may require several weeks of routine usage to make it very effective.

Colloidal Silver Nasal Spray

Nasal steroids are often used as periodic medications for mild cases of nasal congestion and related problems. It can be used for prolong periods for more serious nasal problems as well. Nasal steroid sprays used in combination with nasal washes have been proven to be very effective in the treatment of nasal congestions and sinus problems. Some of the commonest nasal steroid sprays available include; Fluticasones, Beclomethasone, Triamcinolone, Flunisolide, and Budesonide.  It is ideal to use a steroid nasal spray under serious medication otherwise some common side effects such as continuous bleeding from the nose and nasal dryness may occur.

Colloidal silver Nasal spray cannot be used by everyone. Pregnant women for instance are not expected to use it so as not to trigger breathing problems in their unborn babies. People who are suffering from asthmatic attacks and other breathing related problems are also barred from using it so as not to trigger allergic reactions.

The Best Colloidal silver Nasal spray which comes with less side effects and perform best under regulation can be bought by reading online consumer reviews. Consumer reviews can be described as ratings which can serve as guidelines for intending consumers who would like to purchase the product. Most consumer rate colloidal silver nasal spray in terms of its efficiency in treating nasal infections and related problems as well as ease of use and whether there are any possible side defects. Read reviews before you make a decision on what to buy.

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4 comments

ty 5 years ago

I used a complete bottle recently on the advise of a health store owner and I can no longer smell odors and some of my taste ability is gone. I do not know if they are related but I have to question this.


Denise 5 years ago

From personal experience, I would not recommend steroid nasal spray to anyone. I was diagonsed with cataracts at the age of 39 yo. Consequently, my eye doctor said it was due to prolonged use of nasal steroids (NasacortAQ) which was perscribed for summer allergies.


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D.Virtual.Doctor 5 years ago from Europe

Great hub. I was wondering why you did not write about its side effect, because anything synthetic must have or two side effects, I had wanted to ask you but instead I decided to do some 5 minutes research and this was what I found

"is claimed to be non-toxic, non-addicting, and to have no known side effects. Unlike silver nitrate, CS can be used safely as a supplement. Drug interactions and allergic reactions are unknown.

Roger Altman, Eng.Sc.D., in an experimental fashion, consumed 2.34mg of silver daily for several months then measured the total silver excreted from his body over a 24 hour period. He concluded that silver is excreted easily from the body, primarily in the urine. It also may explain why there have been no cases of argyria (a permanent blue-gray discoloration of the skin and deep tissues) reported by individuals using low dosage CS." from this site

http://www.digitalnaturopath.com/treat/T305361.htm...

So maybe this will help add more information to whoever is reading this wonderful and great hub. I am privileged to read it. Cheers!

D.Virtual.Doctor


moldy sneezer 6 years ago

I've had a nagging sinus infection too long, after a round of pharm spray and anti-bios the infection has returned again. On going for "years"? Turned to the Sovereign silver spray, can anyone help with the dosage? It is confusing as one reads in the mouth and another in the nose.........? Help

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