Friday, May 22, 2009

Product review: Nutribiotic Nasal Spray

If you are looking for an all-natural nasal spray to help relieve sinus pressure and stuffiness, you might want to try Nutribiotic Nasal Spray. The formula contains grapefruit seed extract (GSE), which is said to be a safe and effective multipurpose (broad spectrum) compound with countless uses.

Here is what I've found out about GSE:
*It is being used successfully in humans and animals alike to eliminate many types of internal and external infections caused from parasites (single and multi-celled), viruses, bacteria, fungus and more. (This is why it's used to treat Candida, which can exist in the sinuses)

*It naturally detoxifies, enhances and supports the immune system. If you have food challenges, chances are your immune system could use a boost!

* GSE contains high levels of vitamin C and E, and bioflavonoids. The important substances have an antioxidant action and can neutralize free radicals that damage cells and cause a number of illnesses.

* GSE is effective at very low concentrations. During 1989-90, an international research team (reported in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, Volume 5, No. 3, USA, 1990) examined the effects of GSE and compared this with 30 effective antibiotics and 18 proven fungicides. GSE was found to perform as well as any and all of the tested agents. Without the harsh side effects. It is a natural alternative to strong antibiotics!

* GSE is nontoxic. According to an independent laboratory testing "Acute Oral Toxicity", it would take at least 4,000 times the normal dose of GSE to produce a 50% chance of poisoning (called LD50).

I've used it for over a year now. I like to do 2 squirts in each nostril after using my Netti Pot. It doesn't have an odor, nor does it sting or tingle. It feels gentle like a saline solution. I experience an immediate difference in my nose and sinuses that lasts most of the day.


  1. These sounds like such a great idea for something easy to bring to work! Thanks!

  2. If I forget my Nasal Spray I am running to the store to try to find something comparable, but can never find anything that works as well. I came across at "kiwi drug" and was wondering if this is good to take?

  3. Hi Stacey, I haven't tried Flonase b/c I prefer to use something all natural, so I can't speak to it's effectiveness. I'm sorry - wish I could be more helpful. Perhaps your doc can advise you on this?