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nasal spray

noun

  1. a liquid medication that can be atomized and inhaled into or through the nose.


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While that trick is probably harmless, if not evidence-based, Patel says she’s heard of far more damaging plans, like using nasal sprays laced with zinc—a mineral that can actually destroy the sense of smell.

From Time

The researchers said in a news release that the nanobodies “can be delivered directly to the airways through a nebuliser or nasal spray, so can be self-administered at home rather than needing an injection.”

The study, published in Science Advances last week, details a vaccine delivered via nasal spray that can be stored at typical refrigerator temperatures for up to three months.

On Facebook, the president did live streams touting his vaccination records and shared regular updates from a delegation he has sent on a “Mission to Israel” to learn about an untested nasal spray to treat the disease.

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As a nasal spray it keeps the passages moist and bacteria free, ideal for travel or ducted heating systems.

Xylitol Nasal Spray - xylitol is a sugar alcohol and has antibacterial properties.

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