The sinuses are hollow spaces situated within the facial bones that are lined with a mucous membrane composed of cells that produce mucus and have cilia. Incoming particles are trapped by mucus and are then moved by the cilia into the nasal cavity through small sinus openings called ostia. Because these openings are so small, the drainage can easily be blocked by conditions which produce inflammation..
Inflammation can produce a wide range of symptoms including headache, tenderness in the cheeks, inner ear discomfort, sinus and eye pressure, neck pain, nasal discharge, as well as general breathing difficulties. If the inflammation leads to the obstruction of the nasal and sinus passages, the process that removes bacteria normally present in the nasal passages is disrupted. The bacteria begin to multiply and invade the lining of the sinus.
S-Clear™ features a combination of potent herbal extracts and essential oils designed to bring promote free and clear breathing. It effectively alleviates discomfort while simultaneously addressing the underlying causative factors.
Effective Relief Extracts of thyme and fenugreek seed are utilized to help break down mucus, while red root encourages healthy lymph drainage. Eyebright, nettles, and licorice all promote healthy inflammatory response. Aromatic essential oils of peppermint, star anise, and cinnamon are featured for their ability to open the orifices of the sinuses, nasal passages, and ears.
Instructions for Use:
- Standard - Spray three or four times into the back of the throat, inhale through the mouth and exhale through the nose, allowing the aromatic oil vapors to penetrate the bronchial, nasal and sinus passages.
- Sauna or Shower – Use the standard dosing suggested above while taking a hot shower or sauna. The steam will help facilitate penetration of the aromatic vapors.
- Water Basin Steam – Add 1-2 teaspoons to a basin of steaming hot water and inhale the resulting S-Clear™ infused steam. A towel may be utilized to trap the steam by covering the back of the head and creating a small enclosure around the basin, thus concentrating the effect.
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