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Hydro Pulse Pulsatile Sinus System

hydropulse.jpgSuffering from a sinus problem might be a minor problem for some, but one thing’s for sure – it is very irritating to wake up to a runny nose all the time. Dr. Murray Grossan claims to have the solution to the age-old problem, having successfully treated thousands of patients with all degrees of sinusitis courtesy of his very own Hydro Pulse Pulsatile Sinus System. Touted to be the “only sinus/nasal irrigation system available that pulsates”, the Hydro Pulse will send saline into the nasal passages gently via a therapeutic rhythm. This groundbreaking innovation has been shown to be more effective in treating chronic sinusitis and other respiratory maladies than other available methods.

According to Dr. Grossan, “The latest use for the Hydro Pulse is to add certain medications directly into the saline solution, enabling patients to deliver a far more concentrated dose than via the oral route of antibiotics. My ultimate goal is to reduce the amount of unnecessary antibiotics. The Hydro Pulse provides the best means for your own natural immune system to take over and heal by lowering bacterial count and keeping the cilia moving.” Here’s a further description on how it works in detail.

The Hydro Pulse has the unique ability to vibrate the saline stream, which restores the healthy movement of nasal cilia, the tiny hairs that make up the mucous membrane and wave rhythmically to carry anything on their surface out of the respiratory tract. Healthy, mobile cilia are one of the body’s most important disease-fighting mechanisms and the first line of defense against a myriad of viruses, fungal and bacterial infections, including the drug-
resistant MRSA.

Hydro Pulse is an effective tool in fighting bacteria, colds and flu. Studies document that pulsatile irrigation of the sinuses with saline solution can help to prevent colds because it washes out the nasal protein, ICAM-1 to which the rhinovirus attaches to produce colds. No ICAM-1, no entry for the cold virus.

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1 thought on “Hydro Pulse Pulsatile Sinus System”

  1. I bought two and they both broke in the first 6 months lousy customer service dont waste you time on this piece of junk.

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