& Flu Blocker®
Fast acting, clinically proven, drug free cold and flu prevention.
- Nasaleze Cold & Flu Blocker starts to work in less than 2 minutes.
- It treats the cause of virus infections to prevent the symptoms.
- Use Nasaleze Cold & Flu Blocker daily to prevent a cold.
- Or take at the first signs of a cold to stop it developing into a full infection.
- Nasaleze Cold & Flu Blocker is a powder nasal spray that turns to a gel in the nose, which creates a barrier to shield and protect from airborne germs and viruses.
- Nasaleze Cold & Flu Blocker has no known side effects.
- Nasaleze Cold & Flu Blocker is suitable for adults, athletes, pregnant and breast-feeding women and children from 3 years.
- Ingredients: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, peppermint and garlic
Video: Nasaleze Cold & Flu Blocker®
Nasaleze Cold and Flu Blocker is a unique blend of powerful, natural and anti-viral ingredients. It traps, absorbs and neutralises airborne germs, stopping the causes of infection rather than just treating the symptoms. It is the ideal tool to use when a family member comes home with a cold and you don't want the rest of the family to get it.
In the winter of 2009, Professor Geppe from the Department of Children’s Diseases at the I.M. Sechenov Medical Academy conducted a study on the use of Nasaleze Cold as a preventative method for acute respiratory illness in children¹
When taking Nasaleze Cold:
• 80% of children did not get an infection
• Just 15% had one infection
• Only 5% had an infection twice
Compared with the same period last year, the illness incidence decreased in 80% of patients, and the duration of the infection (in days) decreased by 2.5 times.”
In 2006/2007 Professor Raimo Hiltunen and Peter Josling conducted a study which proved that it was possible to prevent air-borne infections with an intra nasal cellulose powder formulation²
“Nasaleze Cold (sic) can significantly reduce the number of infectious challenges that people meet during their lives.”
1 Geppe, Farber, Kozhevnikova. Use of Nasaleze Cold as a prevention method for acute respiratory illnesses in paediatric practice. 2009
2 Hiltunen R, Josling P, James M. Preventing air-borne infections with an intra nasal cellulose powder. Advances in Therapy; 24:6; 2007.
How to apply Nasaleze: In 5 steps
Step 1 – Blow your nose.
Step 2 – Remove cap and shake the bottle side to side.
Step 3 – Administer a test spray to gauge the pressure required for an ideal dose, which is a 10 to 15cm plume of powder. If you find the bottle too stiff to squeeze with one hand then use both hands (once you are used to taking Nasaleze the test spray is no longer needed).
Step 4 – Place the nozzle of the bottle just inside the nose and apply 1 to 2 sprays into each nostril. Inhale gently while squeezing but do not inhale deeply.
Step 5 – Re-apply each time you blow your nose.