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Monday, September 17, 2018

My Discovery Of A Drug Free Airborne Particle Blocker Called NasalGuard

Can a simple Drug-Free gel help with my allergies?


  This year has been a tough one for my seasonal allergies. We had a mild winter last year and that meant that I never got a much-needed break from all the things that trigger my allergies. While I hate the cold winters, I know they are needed to freeze all the plants out there that cause my seasonal allergies. When we have a cold winter I can take a break from my allergy medicines but this year I was not able to do that as my asthmatic cough kicked in in January in full force so much that I had several episodes of breathing problems and was coughing up way too much mucus. I have always been able to keep my allergy induced asthma under control with a couple of allergy medicines but not this year. Through research, I learned about things that could help when that phlegm blocked my airways. I found out that my daily habit of coffee was actually good for opening my airways so I could get all that mucus from my asthma triggers out of my lungs. I also learned that a dairy allergy was causing my asthma too. I already had lactose issues from dairy so I was not happy that I could not have cheese.


I have way too many asthma triggers

   Then spring brought rain and more weeds. While I know that we needed the rain, I just wish those darn weeds would not come with it. With rain also comes mold, another trigger of my asthma so I was glad when things got dry again. The dryness then meant our state was at risk for forest fires. It is quite common to have forest fires in New Mexico in the summer so that can bring in smoke which is another asthma trigger of mine along with dust. Ironically the fires here did not settle the smoke near me but the recent fires of California and Washington did. So my summers are a vicious cycle for me dry means fewer weeds but the risk of smoke from fires. The rain which is needed to keep the fires away brings weeds that makes me cough. Yes, I have to close my windows when my neighbors burn weeds or barbecue. I also have breathing problems and eczema when I pull the weeds.

Some days I wish that I could live in a bubble.

  So when I discovered an Indivisible Air-Filter Gel that could block all those airborne particles that were causing my asthmatic cough, I knew that I had to give it a try as I really did not want to start having to take more drugs to treat my asthma. I was also tired of having to keep my windows closed and working out at the gym. This clear gel was simple to use too. All I had to do was rub some of the clear gel under my nose and it would block things like mold, pollen, dust, and pet dander from getting into my airways. I liked that the gel was drug-free and safe.

NasalGuard also prevents virus-sized particles from entering



  My sample of NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker arrived right before my trip to New York so I tucked the small tube into my pocket on the way to the airport. Once I read the package and saw that it might prevent virus-sized particles from entering my nose, I rubbed the clear gel under my nose as the air in airplanes can be full of germs. I was so happy that it did not irritate my skin and it had a pleasant natural scent that I enjoyed inhaling. I was glad for a natural scent and lately, even my husbands citrus lotion makes me cough and don't get me started on chemical cleaners. I stay away from the gym when the cleaning crew is there as they use chemical cleaners that make me cough up a lung.

How does NasalGuard work?

  Once I was on the plane, I noticed that I did not have any coughing episodes. I am sure you are wondering how a clear gel can block contaminated air from entering the nasal passages. NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker uses an electrostatic technology to reduce the inhalation of airborne particles before they enter your nose.

NasalGuard gel uses a cationic (positively-charged) polymer that creates a safe electrostatic field around the nasal passages which trap oppositely-charged particles and repels similarly-charged particles to reduce inhalation of most harmful airborne particles BEFORE they enter your body. NasalGuard has no active drug ingredients which would interact with other medications that a user might be taking.

I applied NasalGuard before running



  When I got home from my trip I then put this safe gel to the test outdoors while running. I was surprised that the smell of the weeds did not bother me. I have a sensitive nose and will start coughing after the grass is cut at the park near my home. I was even able to run with fewer breaks as I was coughing less. I know that the local weeds are a big asthma trigger because when I was visiting my daughter in Las Vegas I was able to run faster and longer. The higher altitude of New Mexico may also be a reason for my exercise-induced asthma as the only time that I cough in Las Vegas was while I was visiting the new baby in the hospital from the cleaning chemicals. How I wish that my NasalGuard arrived in time for that trip.


  I will continue to apply NasalGuard every day as less coughing is a good thing to me. This gel is my extra layer of protection from all the nasty things in the air that makes me cough. Maybe when winter arrives and things stop growing here I might use this gel without my allergy medicines. It would be so awesome to not have to use regular allergy medicines and just use this drug-free gel.

Do you have allergies to things that are in the air?





17 comments:

  1. Wow, this sounds like an awesome product! I definitely get allergies this time of year when the leaves start to fall. Might have to get a tube!

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  2. Seasonal allergies are the worse! This sounds like the best defense for allergies.

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  3. I suffer from allergies and I take many medications didn't know this non medication remedy existed I need to look for it and try it might be just what I need.

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  4. Allergies are such a struggle for so many people. It's good to know they have an alternative to traditional medications.

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  5. This is the time of the year normally I struggle with allergies. Good to know about this product I will check this out.

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  6. I never knew there was something like this. This would be helpful for me. But is it available in India?

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    1. You can check here to see https://nasalguard.com/cart

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  7. Great to know, allergies are strong for us at the end of the year.

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  8. This sounds like a great drug free alternative for those of us who suffer with allergies. I'll definitely be checking the product out when I get a chance.

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  9. This sounds like a great product. Great alternative nasal spray.

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  10. I have never heard of this, so I am so glad I read your post. NasalGuard sounds like a great product and I will recommend it to my friends that suffer from allergies.

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  11. My allergies were so bad this year, I was forced to constantly cancel plans. I've tried everything. I can't wait to see if this helps!

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  12. This sounds like seriously amazing stuff. Will have to check out for my allergies!

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  13. This looks like a nice stuff to have. I will share this to my friends who have allergies. Thank you for sharing.

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  14. Thanks for sharing this product, i was looking for something like this. I will check this out.

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  15. I don't have a lot of allergies like this, but my mom does. I'm sending this to her right now.

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  16. Thanks for this, I will have to try it for my youngest and my partner. Hopefully it works for them!

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