Xlear Sinus & Nasal Spray delivers an effective nose job
If you fall into the camp of those who hate taking pills, heavy-duty sprays and steroids to control your allergies, only to leave you groggy or spacey – certainly not a formula for sharp golf – take a shot at Xlear Sinus & Nasal Spray.
With Ragweed and Goldenrod in full glory along with chemicals used to keep fairways and greens lush, clearly when you play golf, you are surrounded by things in the air and on the ground that can contribute to attacks of the sneezies and rummy eyes.
What we like about the Xlear spray is its natural nature. Made of ingredients that don’t sound scary, Xlear contains xylitol, a natural sweetener derived from plants, along with purified water, saline and grapefruit seed extract. All good news for eventually the Xlear like other nasal sprays will reach your taste buds.
Whereas most of these products taste dreadful when they drift down into your taste buds, not so Xlear. While we can’t push the envelope and call it “like lemonade” or your morning replacement for fruit juice, still it does taste quite pleasant, even refreshing. Use it a couple of times a day to wash away airborne contaminants, dust, pollutants and other things that drive you nuts.
We tried it and it seemed to help not only reduce the allergy attacks, but when flying, it appears to help combat germs in the air. Sweet.
Xlear cannot be overused and has no side effects. Using it on a regular basis can mean fewer colds as bacteria entering your nose don’t have time to hang out and create havoc. It’s even safe for babies. For more info, see Xlear.com.
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