Sinus Clear is unique combination of natural ingredients designed to support:
Sinus Clear includes Vitamin C, zinc, and bromelain, which are all thought to reduce inflammation and support immune response. It also includes a unique herbal blend that includes mormon tea, which has been used by American Indians for hundreds of years for colds and headache, and mullein, which is well known for supporting healthy mucous membranes.
Other ingredients support the immune system and free breathing in many different ways. It also includes AvailaBlend®, a unique blend of herbs that helps increase the bioavailability of other ingredients. The paranasal sinuses are four pairs of cavities or pockets in the bones of the face: under the eyes, in the forehead, and two pairs in the nose.
Originally named after the front pocket in a Roman toga, the purpose of these cavities is unknown, but some possibilities include protecting the eyes and teeth from air temperature variations, humidifying inhaled air, and immunological defense. These cavities in the bone are lined with mucous membranes, which drain through small passages (called “ostea”) into the nose, and from there to the mouth and throat. And while there is much to discover about the purpose of these sinuses, one thing is clear– you don’t generally notice them much unless there is a problem. When you get a cold, or hay fever, the lining of the sinuses can become inflamed and sensitive. The narrow passages of the ostia can become blocked, causing pressure and discomfort to build.
Sinusitis is very common, and can most often be traced to upper respiratory tract infections, which may be viral, bacterial, or even fungal in origin. But inflammation, stuffy or runny nose and sinus pain can also be caused by allergies, hay fever, dust, smoke, chemicals, or even nothing at all. When your sinuses are stuffed up, what you want most is fast relief.
Sinus inflammation can be triggered by generalized low-grade inflammation in the body, which is often (at least in part) a response to high levels of stress over prolonged periods. Reducing exposure to allergens and other irritants is important in keeping nasal inflammation to a minimum.
General health care is also important, including adequate rest/sleep, good nutrition, physical exercise, and clean air and water. A “neti pot” or other form of nasal irrigation can help clear the ostea, thin the mucus, and restore free breathing.