Is Alkalol nasal wash safe?

Alkalol is a safe, fast-acting, and refreshingly-strong solution that leaves your sinuses feeling clean and revitalized. Alkalol Nasal Wash is real relief you can feel.

How often can I use Alkalol nasal wash?

Alkalol is formulated for use as often as needed and we believe it remains your choice as to how often you use it.

Does Alkalol help post nasal drip?

Use Alkalol Nasal Wash as a mucous solvent and cleaner to provide drug-free relief from nasal congestion and irritation associated with allergies, sinusitis, colds, and post nasal drip. Alkalol is intended for use at variable strengths depending on personal preference and thickness of mucus.

How do you use the Alkalol nasal wash?

Holding one finger over the larger opening, place the spout end of the Alkalol Nasal Wash Cup into one nostril. While facing forward, release your finger. The Alkalol Nasal Wash Cup allows Alkalol to flow naturally and gently into one nostril, across the nasal cavity and out the other nostril.

What is Alkalol made of?

Alkalol is an alkaline saline solution that includes a mix of menthol, camphor, eucalyptol, thymol, and oils of wintergreen, spearmint, pine, and cinnamon.

Can you use sinus rinse too often?

Nasal rinsing is effective at thinning and removing excess mucus. This alleviates congestion, making you more comfortable. However, overuse or long-term use can be unsafe. That’s because your sinuses always need a protective lining of good mucus.

Can water enter your brain through your nose?

Naegleria fowleri infects people when water containing the ameba enters the body through the nose. This typically occurs when people go swimming or diving in warm freshwater places, like lakes and rivers. The Naegleria fowleri ameba then travels up the nose to the brain where it destroys the brain tissue.

Can Alkalol be used orally?

Alkalol is a commercially available solution which can be used as an oral rinse or nasal irrigant.

Does Alkalol contain alcohol?

Purified Water (USP); Menthol; Eucalyptol; Thymol; Camphor; Benzoin; Oils of Wintergreen; Spearmint, Pin, and Cinnamon; Potassium Alum; Potassium Chlorate; Sodium Bicarbonate; Sodium Chloride; Alcohol (2/100 of 1%); Caramel Color.

What is PAM disease?

Primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM), is a disease of the central nervous system 1,2. PAM is caused by Naegleria fowleri, a free-living ameba. It is a rare disease* that is almost always fatal 3; only 4 people in the U.S. out of 151 have survived infection from 19