NasoFree starter set xylitol with 30 sachets xylitol nasal rinse salt

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Extra advantage: NasoFree® nasal douche with 30 sachets of nasal rinsing salt xylitol with mint.

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Nasal lavage is seen by an increasing number of ENT doctors as an important part of the treatment of (chronic) paranasal sinus infection . Nasal rinsing also helps to prevent crusting (chronic crusting or after nose surgery), but also to flush out pollen or dust mites from the nose in case of allergy . In addition, nasal rinses help with colds . Rinse the snot out of your nose and you will quickly breathe a sigh of relief again.

NasoFree® nasal douche is the most recommended nasal douche by ENT doctors in the Netherlands and Belgium, because nasal rinses inject you with sufficient volume and with a slightly positive pressure. In addition, you should be able to clean a nasal douche easily. The NasoFree® Nasal Docuhe fulfills these important criteria.

NasoFree® Starter Set Xylitol
Nasal rinsing salt with xylitol has been developed with ENT doctors especially for people with (chronic) sinus infections. A touch of mint has been added for an extra fresh feeling.
Rinsing or misting the nose with a combination of nasal rinsing salt and xylitol ensures optimal cleaning and breaking down the biofilm of bacteria. The biofilm is a 'slime layer' which is produced by bacteria and which allows them to adhere better to the tissue. In addition, the biofilm protects bacteria against human immune reactions and against antibiotics. For example, bacteria create better chances of survival for themselves and people suffer from an infection for longer. Xylitol is also produced, in small quantities, by man himself. The added value of xylitol has long been known in dentistry. That is why chewing gum with xylitol has been developed: bacterial plaque on the teeth (dental plaque) is canceled by chewing chewing gum with xylitol.

'... Rinsing with Xylitol, the antibacterial agent that can also be found in many sugar-free chewing gums, helps better than rinsing with salt water for chronic rhinosinusitis (= sinus infection). Because this flushing agent has a nice mint scent, it also gives a fresher feeling than rinsing with salt water ... ' Prof. dr. Dr. W. Fokkens, ENT physician, Amsterdam UMC

TIP: Many ENT doctors prescribe the combination of NasoFree and NasuMel nasal ointment (based on medicinal honey) after nose surgery. That is the best combination to prevent crusts in the nose and support the recovery of the nasal mucosa.

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ENT doctors in hospitals below, among others, recommend NasoFree® nasal douche and / or Dos Medical nasal rinse salt ™

ETZ - Tilburg / Waalwijk
Erasmus UMC - Rotterdam
Radboud UMC - Nijmegen
JHA - 's-Hertogenbosch
Isala - Zwolle
Meander MC - Amersfoort
Tjongerschans - Heerenveen
Maasstad - Rotterdam
Leiden UMC - Leiden
van Weel Bethesda - Dirksland
Martini - Groningen
Scheper - Emmen
Zuyderland - Sittard / Heerlen
Adm. de Ruyter - Goes / Vlissingen
AMC - Amsterdam
Wilkelmina hospital- Assen
BovenIJ -Amsterdam
Alber Schweitzer - Dordrecht / Zwijndrecht
VanLinschoten Specialisten - Hilversum
Alrijne - Alphen ad Rijn / Leiderdorp / Leiden
Bethesda - Hoogeveen
Laurentius - Roermond
Vie Curi - Venlo
Green Heart - Gouda
Amphia - Breda / Oosterhout
Maxima MC - Veldhoven / Eindhoven
CWZ - Nijmegen
Refaja- City Canal
Zaans MC - Zaandam
Nij Smellinghe - Drachten
Maastricht UMC
UZ Leuven
UZ Gent
UZ Antwerp
UZ Brussels
Saint Augustine Antwerp
Maria Middelares - Ghent

Marleen Boerman Posted on 8 November 2018 at 23:40

Geweldig! Super makkelijk in gebruik en na 2 x spoelen al effect!! Dit is echt de moeite waard om aan te schaffen.

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