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Xlear: A simple, cheap nose spray can reduce your risk of getting viral and bacterial infections
Spraying your nostrils once in the morning and once at night can reduce your chance of getting viral and bacterial infections.
One of my readers is the CEO of Xlear. I had no idea what Xlear was and I reached out and we did a video interview which I posted to my Rumble channel:
Here are the key things you’ll want to know:
Spraying your nose (one nostril at a time) with a single spray of Xlear, once in the morning and once at night, can reduce the chance you will get viruses and bacteria that enter through your nose because it prevents the virus/bacteria from adhering to your nasal cavity (see links to studies).
This is the cheapest and most convenient and safest way to prevent getting SARS-CoV-2 that I know of.
I was convinced enough to start using it myself.
I’ve been using it more than twice a day since I first heard about it. So it “sticks.”
There are three reasons for that:
It is super fast to apply
It is very easy to use
It clears my nose to allow me to breathe easier, so even if that’s all it does, it’s totally worth it
It tastes good (you are supposed to inhale through your nose after you spray and either spit it out or swallow it)
It isn’t just me: Dr. Peter McCullough is a fan as well.
The nasal spray is just water with 11% xylitol and .2% grapefruit seed extract. You can make it yourself easily, but I bought a four pack on Amazon for just $19 (the price was increased after I wrote the article). That should last around a year if you do one spray a day in the morning and one at night.
They have 100 employees so it’s a big operation.
They don’t just sell nasal protection (Xlear brand). They also have a dental product line (Spry) and sell raw xylitol (which you can use to make your Xlear refills or use to sweeten food).
The dental line is a mouthwash and toothpaste. Both are superior to other products in terms of the benefits (it prevents the problem in the first place).
Disclaimer: I don’t get any compensation or kickbacks; I’m just a fan.
Two more things you should know:
They tried to do tests to see how effective Xlear was against SARS-CoV-2, but the FDA wouldn’t allow it so no university would do the trials.
The DOJ filed a lawsuit claiming the company was improperly claiming benefits against COVID-19. In response, Xlear pointed out that:
The use of nasal hygiene in treating COVID-19-infected people over the age of 50 reduced the risk of hospitalization 8-fold.
Components in Xlear were significantly more effective antivirals against the Delta strain of COVID-19 than Remdesivir, the Government-approved antiviral medicine.
I hope this is helpful. I’ve switched over. You can order their products on Amazon and other retailers.