'What Should I Take for My Allergies and Sinus Problems?'

Share Article

The number one question the pharmacist gets these days is “what should I take for my sinus and allergy problems”? April Cassidy, a registered pharmacists answers the call.

April Cassidy, a registered pharmacist hears this question every day at her job at one of the leading retail stores. Cassidy herself has struggled with allergies and severe sinus problems since childhood and has stumbled across a brand new product that she has embraced dearly.

“After having two sinus surgeries, allergy shots and being on antibiotics continually, I found an all natural product called Sinol Nasal Spray, and I now recommend it to everyone,” Cassidy said.

“Tens of millions of Americans suffer from nasal allergies, nasal congestion and sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus membranes). Many of these same people spend literally hundreds of dollars every single month on their prescription antihistamines, corticosteroid nasal sprays, decongestants, antihistamine nasal sprays, antibiotics, and doctor's visits, not to mention CT scans and allergy shots and sinus surgery. And then there are the even more unfortunate patients who don't even have the luxury of all of these options due to other conditions like high blood pressure, glaucoma, anxiety disorders, prostate enlargement, pregnancy, insomnia, or excessive daytime sleepiness. For people with other medical conditions, finding anything that offers relief for allergies and sinusitis that won't interfere with their other medications or their other medical problems is almost impossible," Cassidy states.

“We need to find alternatives that are safer than chronic antibiotic use for sinusitis. As a chronic sinusitis/allergy patient and as a pharmacist, it is most refreshing for me to see a new product with capsaicin like Sinol nasal spray coming to the market. I believe that many patients could benefit greatly and immediately from this product. In my experience, Sinol works to thin out mucus and help it drain, it opens up the sinuses and allows air circulation which can help prevent and treat sinusitis, it desensitizes the sinus membranes to allergens so that allergy symptoms dissipate or significantly diminish. AND Sinol is easy on the wallet. A mere $20 a month for amazing relief with no known side effects is huge news! I have been telling all of my allergy/sinusitis patients about Sinol.

“There is an unbelievable increase in resistant bacteria and our antibiotics are becoming less and less effective. This is happening at such an alarming rate, that the American Academy of Pediatrics is telling Drs and parents not to use antibiotics on ear infections at all until the symptoms are more severe. We are telling people to try not to use antibiotics, because we are going to make things so much worse for ourselves in the future, but we have precious few options to give people any kind of relief or prevention. Sinol is a huge part of a solution for preventing and treating sinusitis and allergies. If you have any of these problems I just mentioned, go to http://www.sinolusa.com and buy it now.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Paul Carpenter