BO2 Candida Day Nasal Spray – (30ml),
If you have any issues with your Sinuses this versatile Nasal Spray can help, Fungal infections are the most common cause of longer term problems.
Bound Oxygen uses the best natural essential oils, which moisturises the nasal passages and helps strengthen the mucous membranes.
If you know you have a problem with Candida, start spraying first thing in the morning, for daytime use. BO2 Candida Day Nasal Spray is also very good for wound healing, it’s very refreshing also adding alertness to your morning.
0,03% (300ppm) Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)
· Eucalyptus Essential Oil (50ppm)
· Peppermint Essential Oil (50ppm)
· Orange Bitter Essential Oil (50ppm)
· Calendula Essential Oil (100ppm)
· Green Tea Extract (20ppm)
· Artemisia Annua (Mugwort) (100ppm)
· Prunella Vulgaris (50ppm)
0,03% (300ppm) Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)
A study found that only very low concentrations (0.03% solution, this is a dilution of typical 3% Peroxide by 100 times) may induce healing.
THE BOUND OXYGEN BO2 BE CLEAR IS STABELISED fOODGRADE hYDROGEN PEROXSIDE 0,03%
Eucalyptus Essential Oil (50ppm)
Disinfect wounds: Eucalyptus oil’s antimicrobial properties can help prevent infection and even support wound healing, highly-diluted eucalyptus oil can make for a safe, natural alternative if you’re dealing with a minor wound.
This essential oil has wide-ranging health benefits including decongestant, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antiseptic, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviral, and antibacterial properties
Peppermint Essential Oil (50ppm)
- Scientific Name: Mentha piperita
- Family: Lamiaceae
- Other Names: Pudina Patte (Hindi), Milakukkirai vittu (Tamil)
- Characteristics: It has a distinct aroma and cool flavour. The actual plant has lance-shaped leaves that are greenish-purple in colour, while the peppermint oil has a pale yellow shade.
- Components: Vitamins A and C, potassium, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, magnesium, calcium, manganese and copper.
- Properties: Because it contains menthol, peppermint has anesthetic properties. It also comes with antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and carminative properties.
- Common Uses: for the relief of headache, stomach ache and digestive problems, breath freshener, energy booster, respiratory tract relief, ease muscle tension, mental focus.
CONTROL EXCESS OIL
Peppermint oil is known to control the secretion of excess oil, making it the best choice for oily and combination skin as it prevents clogged pores.
Find relief from the discomforts caused by skin irritations with peppermint oil. Burns, skin rashes and dry skin can be relieved with the cooling and soothing effects of peppermint.
CLEAR YOUR RESPIRATION
With the menthol in peppermint oil, your respiratory tract can be free from obstructions, which made it a suitable expectorant that offers instant relief for cold, cough, sinusitis and other respiratory related conditions.
USE IT AS AN ANTIVIRAL AGENT
Contagious diseases caused by viruses can seriously affect a person. Get added protection against the most common viruses like flu and colds by using peppermint oil, as it can reduce the onset of infections and possible outbreaks.
Orange Bitter Essential Oil (50ppm)
Treats skin problems
Bitter orange essential oil has been demonstrated great at dealing with several skin difficulties with its germ killing, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Perhaps among the top benefits of the regular usage of bitter orange oil is its amazing capability to restore energy.
Treats Fungal Infections
Bitter orange is considered to be effective for several skin issues, including ringworm and athlete’s foot.
Older studies have demonstrated bitter orange oil as a fungicide when applied topically, fighting against conditions that are otherwise resistant to treatment.
Aids Wound Healing
In alternative medicine, bitter orange is also sometimes applied topically in an effort to speed the healing of bedsores.
Calendula Essential Oil (100ppm)
Calendula is beneficial for any wound healing you may need including insect bites, bruises, blisters, cuts, and cold sores. Topical application of Calendula is used to keep wounds clean and help new tissue to grow. It is often used to help poorly healing wounds, those that are exhibiting signs of tenderness, redness, or inflammation, to correct course. It may be applied to wounds to reduce swelling and their antimicrobial components, specifically their antifungal agents, can prevent secondary infection, leading to a quicker healing process.
One of the prominent Calendula benefits is its ability to reduce scarring when used to treat wounds. The Calendula properties that benefit wound healing apply to the scarring process as well. Calendula increases blood flow to the injury, promotes a speedy and healthy healing process, free of infection, and encourages growth of healthy new tissue. In the cases of skin ulcers like chicken pox and acne, the herb softens and soothes the skin, preventing inflammation, boosting the immune response, which allows wounds to heal quickly and cleanly.
Green Tea Extract (20ppm)
Green tea and wound healing
EGCG is also known to regulate the secretion of cytokines and the activation of skin cells during wound healing. In fact, several studies suggest that green tea extracts enhance wound healing in full thickness by accelerating cell infiltration, re-epithelialization, and angiogenesis. But green tea also has anti-infective properties, which additionally enhances wound healing. Especially its antibacterial effects have been intensively analyzed and it has been shown that green tea is effective against numerous bacteria including multidrug-resistant strains such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).
Artemisia Annua (Mugwort) (100ppm)
Thanks to its soothing, anti-inflammatory properties, mugwort targets dry, irritated skin effectively.
You can also use a wormwood tincture externally for wound cleansing and treating insect bites. Other wormwood benefits include:
- Anti-pyretic (fever reducer)
- Anti-microbial & Anti-fungal (kills bacteria, viruses, and funguses)
- Anti-parasitic (kills parasites)
Prunella vulgaris (PV) is a perennial herb belonging to the Labiate family and is widely distributed in the northeastern Asian countries such as Korea, Japan, and China. It is reported to display diverse biological activities including anti-microbial, anti-cancer, and anti-inflammation as determined by in vitro or in vivo studies. So far, about 200 compounds have been isolated from PV plant and a majority of these have been characterized mainly as triterpenoids, sterols and flavonoids, followed by coumarins, phenylpropanoids, polysaccharides and volatile oils.
Prunella vulgaris is an herb that has been used to treat illnesses for centuries, also known as “heal-all” due to its traditional use in healing wounds, throat infections, and several other ailments.
Prunella vulgaris is often cited as a possible treatment for the herpes simplex virus (HSV), which is marked by contagious sores around your mouth or genitals.