With Spring comes fresh grass, green trees and blossoming flowers, but these things also contribute to seasonal allergies. Because of allergies, many people can not fully enjoy the great outdoors and good weather. Fortunately, InspiraHealth is coming up with a medicine-free way to alleviate allergy symptoms.
By experimenting with activated carbon and expanded polyurethane foam, InspiraHealth came up with a series of filters that protect the nasal cavity. The carbon protects it from more than 99% of the particles in the air, while the polyurethane foam protects it from dust, smoke and pollen.
They essentially act as a nose's humidifier by adding a few drops of water and come in a variety of scents, which include mint, lavender, orange and vanilla to name a few.
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