Rhynil Spearmint - Anti-snoring Spray for Nose and Mouth
Nasal Hygiene & Allergy Relief
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It can help with reducing the common causes of snoring e.g. nasal stuffiness and palatal flutter.
Nasal stuffiness and palatal flutter are common causes of snoring. To reduce the risk of snoring make sure you adopt good sleep hygiene practices. By using Rhynil Spearmint Anti-Snoring spray twice a day it can help reduce the common cause of snoring, helping you and your loved ones to get a much better night's sleep.
The unique formulation of Rhynil Spearmint is taken from the natural edible leaves of the Eyebright plant (Euphrasia Officinalis). These leaves are often used by many as a great addition to salads. It is thought that the astringent properties of Euphrasia Officinalis can help reduce palatal flutter, a common cause of snoring.
Prone to allergies?
If you're prone to allergies caused by feather pillows, house dust mite, pet hair, perfumes, cosmetics, fabric softeners, air fresheners and insect sprays. Euphrasia is also reported to have antiseptic and anti-bacterial properties that may be useful in helping keep the sinuses and nasal passages clear.
How to use.
It is best to use Rhynil Spearmint Anti-snoring spray last thing at night and first thing in the morning. Simply spray Rhynil Spearmint Anti-Snoring twice into each nostril, and twice onto the roof of the mouth; it helps to close the other nostril with you finger. Breathe in gently while spraying. It's as simple as that.
Rhynil Spearmint contains 35ml: Ingredients: Euphrasia Tincture 3:1, 56.7mg/1,000mg, Mint Flavour 2.64mg. Other Ingredients: Water for dilution, acidity regulators (Tri-sodium Citrate, Citric Acid Anhydrous, Potassium sorbate) to preserve the spray for 2 months after opening, Stevia, Mint Flavour. Used as instructed the spray should last up to 4 weeks.
This spray is excellent and has really worked for me, as I've said my partner is now a very Happy Bunny, as she gets a much better nights sleep, she says I snore a bit but only lightly and depending if we have had a drink. I used to do the sleep apnoea thing and now I don't she says. Also I emailed a couple of questions to the Association over things that weren't in the instructions and they responded very quickly and were very helpful. I'm not one to give praise unless it is due, but in the case of this spray and the Association it is really due.