This is a very serious issue. We recently received this comment from a customer “BAF” from Whitewright, though we receive this comment all the time:
I love this product (Olive Leaf Nasal Spray). It goes in as a very fine mist and clears everything up. I share this product often and then the person purchases it and is happy ever after!.
1. When you stick the nozzle of a nasal spray into your nose, whether its Seagate’s Olive Leaf Nasal Spray or another brand, the outside of the nozzle will become immediately contaminated with bacteria and nose mucus. If the nozzle is then placed back inside its protective cap, the bacteria will multiply and the mucus will dry. If you are already using a nasal spray because of a cold or flu, the bacteria/virus levels on the cap will be much higher. If the mucus is allowed to dry, it can form its own seal over the tip of the nasal spray causing it to clog.
Solution: Carefully clean and then dry and wipe off the nasal spray nozzle after each use.
2. We have many many customers who have one bottle of the nasal spray, but two or more people in their families get sick at the same time. They share the same bottle of nasal spray.
Solution: Do not ever share you nasal spray (or even your throat spray) with another person. If you thought that being among sick sneezing strangers is a good way to catch their cold, sharing your nasal sprayer with others is even more dangerous, unsanitary, will cause immediate transfer of the germs, and is guaranteed to make someone sick. Don’t even consider doing it. A bottle of Olive Leaf Nasal Spray is inexpensive, $9.95 retail. This is one product that you should keep multiple unopened bottles in your medicine chest for future use because it is absolutely certain that someone close to you will get sick in the coming year.
The sprayer cap used on the Olive Leaf Nasal Spray does not allow the germs to enter the product through the tip as you are pumping it. There is no danger from germs entering the bottle.
Every week we hear the comment from customers that a friend shared their bottle of the nasal spray with them so that they could try it before ordering one for themselves.
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