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Nasal hygiene is an important aspect of personal hygiene that is often overlooked. Your nose is a crucial part of your body responsible for filtering pollutants, microbes and allergens that you inhale. When the nose is not properly cared for, it can become a breeding ground for bacteria, which can lead to infections, viruses, and other complications. In the treatment of SARS–CoV–2, nasal hygiene was responsible for saving many lives, and it’s no telling how many more we could have saved, had this life-saving information been embraced and accurately reported on in the news cycle.
One of the most important parts of nasal hygiene is keeping your nose clean. This can be done by using a saline solution or a nasal wash to flush out any bacteria or harmful particles that may have accumulated in your nose.
Nasal hygiene is an important aspect of personal hygiene that should not be overlooked. It can help prevent infections and other problems associated with the nose and nasal passages. By keeping your nose clean, moisturized, and avoiding harmful habits, you can ensure that your nasal passages remain healthy and free from problems.
This special episode of America Out Loud PULSE features some of the best minds in nasal hygiene. Over the next two hours, Dr. Peter McCullough and Malcolm Out Loud will take listener questions and provide a blueprint for proper nasal hygiene.
Dr. Mary Bowden is a board-certified Otolaryngologist (ENT) and Sleep Medicine physician practicing in Houston, Texas. She has successfully treated thousands of COVID patients using multidrug early treatment modalities.
Dan Nichols, a native metro Detroiter, has spent his life as an entrepreneur with a particularly strong interest in health and nutrition. He has been with CofixRX since its launch in May 2021.
Nathan Jones, the CEO of Xlear, a global leader in creating natural, convenient, xylitol-based sinus and oral care products that support a healthy lifestyle.
Questions can be sent to any of the hosts to be answered on air. Submit your America Out Loud PULSE questions here. Listed below is a sampling of questions we’ll answer in today’s program.
Sheila – Thanks for you, Dr. Mccullough and Malcolm. Love to listen to you two. I had Delta bad in 2021 not really been sick since. But I tend to get a cold every April. Just curious about a better way to get this out of the chest and what to do if one missed the early treatment protocol. Also, a side note, ivermectin makes my vision weird while it’s in my system. I know the preventative protocol with the nasal spray and mouthwash. I got lazy about it and am currently sick. I didn’t really realize how sick I was getting til about day four or five, and then I started back the nasal spray…was just forgetful and busy. So now I pay for it, and this virus, whatever it may be, is in the chest. What is best to do once you miss the early treatment?
Rafael – If we wanted to protect ourselves from Covid-19, considering that the Spike protein is the deadlier portion of the virus. Why did they not just find a way to have us ingest small portions of spike protein into our nasal area? Not enough to trigger an overall immune response but just to let the immune system know what a spike protein is and how to deal with it. Instead of hijacking the human cells to become spike protein factories for an unknown quantity and time. How about just a small inoculum of spike protein? Why was that never considered?
LaVerne – I have performed saline nasal cleanses daily ever since an allergist introduced me to them in 1997. When I heard you talking about CofixRX, I decided to try it. When I received the product, there was a warning with a list of conditions about which you should consult a doctor before using it. One of these was diabetes. Since I am diabetic, I have not used the product since I have not had an opportunity to talk to my doctor. What is the potential risk to of using CofixRX for a diabetic, so I know what to talk to my doctor about?
David – I’m in my late 60s, in great health (normal BMI, BP, cholesterol, take no meds), and had very mild Omicron in January 2022. My job entails meeting clients at their office or a restaurant for a meal, and as I’ve done that more and more in the past 6 months, I’ve used CofixRX nasal spray 2-3 times per day after client meetings. I also prophylactically take NAC, Quercetin, and Zinc, and I am starting CoQ10, as well as being a vegetarian and walking many miles each week in the sunshine. However, lately, when I use CofixRX, I get a mucosal reaction, and sneezing fits for many minutes. I tried Xlear and never got that reaction. Am I being less safe in killing off possible virus molecules by using Xlear instead of Cofix?
Carol – Buying Xlear nasal spray. How often should it be used for preventing Covid: several times a day? Once per day? And can it protect against ALL viruses?
Ron – Listening to a previous Q&A, it appears that Omicron can still be contracted even after recovering from C-19. My lady and I both had Covid in September of ’21. I’m 81, and she is 77. We both used HCQ as prophylaxis and the HCQ protocol during our illness. Both of us are doing well, with me having some slight Long Covid symptoms. We have a bunch of HCQ tablets, and we are wondering if repeating the prophylaxis of 1000 mg the first week and 200/400 mg per week afterward would give us some additional protection against Omicron. We are also using nasal iodine and Xlear. Thank you, Malcolm and Dr. McCullough, for all you do!
Theresa – What is the ratio of hydrogen peroxide & distilled water to use as a nasal spray and gargle? Which podcast tells what to mix for nasal rinse; both Hydrogen Peroxide and distilled water, and for Povidone Iodine with distilled water, nasal spray, and gargle?
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