For years, Dr. Ivker has tested and reformulated his Sinus Survival Herbal Nasal Spray to provide a soothing botanical product to moisturize the nose and provide relief for dry, irritated sinuses. The Sinus Survival program is continually updated to incorporate the most recent research and discovery. We’re excited to introduce the latest development in a new spray formulation and a new delivery system.
We’ve added Himalayan salt, which, in addition to providing 100% of all the minerals needed by the body, has also been shown to be an effective agent for the mucus membrane to relieve inflammation. The botanical herbal spray continues to contain saline, aloe vera and berberis aquifolium to soothe the sinuses. Continue reading “New Product: Sinus Survival Herbal Nasal Spray”
Are you suffering from allergies with symptoms such as bad sinus congestion and watery, burning eyes? Do you rely on conventional medication like over-the-counter remedies that just mask the symptoms and temporarily cure them?
Allergies play a significant role in contributing to chronic sinusitis for at least half of the 40 million sinus sufferers. A genetic predisposition, a dysfunctional or hyperreactive immune system, airborne allergens (pollen, mold, animal dander, dust mites, chemical exposures, etc.) and emotional factors are primary triggers for precipitating allergy symptoms. Continue reading “Village Green’s Sinus Survival Program: The Allergy-Free Zone”
Host Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Rob Ivker will be discussing allergies and hay fever relief.
Dr. Rob Ivker developed the Sinus Survival Program to treat allergy problems while addressing the root cause of the symptoms. He has made tremendous breakthroughs over the years to help his patients, readers and internet audience around the world.
Dr. Robert S. Ivker is the best-selling author of Sinus Survival: The Holistic Medical Treatment for Allergies, Colds and Sinusitus, and a leading authority on integrative medical treatment for acute, chronic and fungal sinusitis.
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