Allergies or a Cold

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This is one of the worst allergy seasons on record. Pollen is everywhere, dust and dander is on the loose. You’re stuffy, congested and sneezing. Your head feels like it’s going to explode. Is it allergies that are tackling your innards or just one of those nasty colds?

Many people who do not have allergies may be experiencing allergy type symptoms this year because of the high pollen count which can lead to viral infections such as a cold. Colds and allergies do in fact have similar symptoms.

The term for these symptoms is called “Rhinitis”. The definition of Rhinitis from the American Academy of Allergy is: Rhinitis is an inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose with symptoms of sneezing, itching, nasal discharge and congestion. It can be allergic, nonallergic, or both. Seasonal allergic rhinitis is caused by substances that trigger allergies, called allergens and is sometimes referred to as hay fever.

A “cold” lasts for 3-7 days and then spontaneously resolves. Cold sufferers will experience nasal congestion followed by green or yellow nasal discharge and may experience a low-grade fever, compared to “allergies” which typically cause itchy eyes and nose and clear nasal discharge. Allergic rhinitis symptoms usually persist for several weeks to months, but may even be year-round.

Paul Carpenter, President of Sinol USA, Inc. is a manufacturer of a "new" all natural nasal spray called Sinol. “The Sinol nasal spray is the ultimate reliever for rhinitis of any kind, Carpenter said.” The ingredients in Sinol are all natural so there is no worry of addiction and they relieve allergies and other sinus problems such as sinusitis.” One of the ingredients in Sinol is capsaicin which comes from the pepper. Capsaicin has been clinically proven to desensitize the mucous membranes in the nose and makes them less irritated by airborne particles, helping to relieve allergies and congestion. However, the capsaicin isn’t the only factor in the Sinol formula, aloe, eucalyptus and other natural ingredients assist in keeping the nose clean and bacteria free. Sinol is a registered with the FDA and is the first OTC nasal spray to contain capsaicin.

April Cassidy is a pharmacist for one of the largest drug chains in the country and suffers from allergies and sinus infections. “My allergist didn't want me to take more antibiotics and I agreed. This spring I tried Sinol and was amazed at my results. Sinol controls all of my nasal allergy symptoms: the post nasal drip, the itching, the pressure, the sneezing, the headaches and the congestion,” stated. “Sinol also has drastically reduced the symptoms of my four year old extremely antibiotic-resistant bacterial sinus infection. I am not taking my prescription steroid nasal sprays or my antihistamine/decongestant medications at all and it is the height of the worst allergy time of the year for me. Sinol is a product that I am now recommending to everyone with allergy and sinus problems,” Cassidy said.

Sinol Nasal Spray is an FDA registered product and will relieve cold and allergy symptoms quickly. Look for Sinol in the white box in a store near you or you can order it off the website at http://www.sinolusa.com.

So if you are suffering from allergies or a cold, Sinol could be your answer.

About Sinol USA, Inc.

Sinol USA, Inc. is changing the way consumers think about healthcare and their well-being. Sinol is a high growth, “all natural” and over-the-counter healthcare company engaged in the development and marketing of products that utilize old-fashioned yet unique methods to relieve chronic healthcare problems. For more information, please visit http://www.sinolusa.com

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