SinuPulse Elite - the future of nasal irrigation
Nasal irrigation is a proven technique that has been used for centuries, but is now being brought up to date with the revolutionary SinuPulse Elite. The pulsating mechanism makes nasal irrigation faster, more comfortable and more effective than ever before. Gone are the days of awkward netipots or ineffective nasal sprays. Instead, the SinuPulse Elite offers the most convenient and comprehensive solution to your sinus problems.
Sinus trouble can cause a range of problems
Having sinus problems can lead to a host of problems, from headaches and blocked noses, to tinnitus and coughing. It can also leaves you exposes to airborne illnesses, as the cilia in your nasal passages are restricted and unable to do their job of preventing bacteria entering your body. The SinuPulse eliminates these problems by flushing out the nasal passages, removing the bacteria and mucus that causes such problems and reducing any inflammation. Not only does this give an instant feeling of relief, but also provides long-term protection as well.
The SinuPulse Elite
The SinuPulse Elite® Advanced Nasal Sinus Irrigation System was developed and engineered in Switzerland by a team of professionals with over 30 years of sinus irrigation experience. It delivers a natural, soothing drug free saline solution via a gentle water flow or mist at a pressure you control, to help relieve unpleasant symptoms. This is because the specially formulated salts help draw out blockages and heal delicate nasal tissue.
The SinuPulse Elite® and its intermittent pulsing rinse helps prevent sinus infections and relieve the associated pain and pressure. Safe, simple and easy to operate, the SinuPulse takes only a few minutes to use. It includes the throat irrigator and moisturiser tips which double as tongue scrapers and are ideal for oral hygiene. Recommended by leading health care professionals and supported by published medical reports, pulsatile irrigation helps provide natural relief of allergy and sinus symptoms.
SinuPulse on YouTube
You can find more SinuPulse video's on YouTube and read more on nasal irrigation on Wikipedia and Google Scholar. Sinus irrigation such as jala neti works great and has been used for hundreds of years to great effect. Pulsating nasal irrigation has been proven to work even better!
A Complete System
The SinuPulse Elite usually arrives the next working day after ordering and comes complete with:
- The CE approved SinuPulse Elite, 220V E.U. Model
- UK 3-Pin Plug
- Two sinus irrigator tips (1 x cleansing jet and 1 x moisturising spray)
- Two throat irrigator and tongue cleansing tips (1 x jet and 1 x mist)
- One month's supply of SinuAir natural drug-free cleansing salts (30 packets)
- English instruction manual
- Sinus health booklet
- 1 Year warranty
Improve your sinus and nasal health with advanced nasal sinus irrigation. Order a SinuPulse today!
Now shipping to Australia!The SinuPulse Elite can now be shipped to Australia. Please select the Zero-Rated VAT version (tax may be payable on arrival in Australia). Standard delivery is £35. Please note that orders to Australia will see the SinuPulse shipped with an EU plug; a small adapter will be required to fit Australian mains sockets (not supplied).
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