Sinomarin

Sinomarin Mechanism of Action

sodium chloride

Manufacturer:

Gerolymatos

Distributor:

Indrugco
Full Prescribing Info
Action
Sinomarin is a clinically proven 100% natural solution for the relief of nasal congestion. It is a hypertonic sea water solution (2.3 % NaCl) rich with the sea's beneficial ingredients (mineral salts and trace elements). Sinomarin relieves nasal congestion and sinus pressure via the natural mechanism of osmosis. Moreover, Sinomarin helps moisturize and cleanse the nasal cavities, eliminating accumulated mucous, crusts, dust, debris, pollutants, allergens and infectious agents.
The sea water used in Sinomarin is collected from Cancale Bay at the coast of Brittany France. The area is well-known for its open seas and strong tidal currents and thus constitutes sea water for guaranteed quality. The water is closely monitored by the French Water Authorities and satisfies the standards imposed by the French Ministry of Health.
Sinomarin is free of drugs, preservatives and chemical additives. No side effects have been reported with the use of Sinomarin such as drying of the nasal cavities, habit formation or rebound effect. Sinomarin can be used as often and for as long as is required without limitation.
Sinomarin can be used alone, as a natural alternative to medicated decongestants (local corticosteroids, antihistamines, vasoconstrictors), or in combination with them to improve their efficacy. As such, it helps decrease medicated treatment duration and may lead to reduced overall drug intake.
Properties: Relieves nasal congestion by reducing edema of the nasal mucosa (via osmosis).
Fluidifies mucous secretions.
Helps restore the natural function of the nasal mucosa.
Cleanses the nasal cavities from accumulated mucous, crusts, dust, debris, pollutants, allergens and infectious agents.
Moisturizes the nasal mucosa and relieves nasal dryness.
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