Nasal drops can be found in many different stores. Most are sold to help relieve bad breath, clear up mucus, or heal sinus infections.
TheraBreath, and their products, are still one of the main items to help with sinus problems. But what is put in these drops, and how ‘safe’ are they? This and more we’ll take a look at below.
TheraBreath was started by Dr. Harold Katz, a dentist by trade, with a background in bacteriology. Katz started this company after he couldn’t find a cure for his daughter’s chronic bad breath.
As he kept testing and trying things with her, he came to find out that the bacteria that produced this foul-smelling breath came primarily from two sources – the top of the tongue, and the back of the throat.
With these finding, he started TheraBreath, selling products that helped with bad breath in those areas, along with other oral health products.
Katz has built his business to become one of the top oral health business in the US, selling to places all over the world. India, Australia, UK, just to name a few.
Aside from selling nasal drops, TheraBreath sells tonsil stone removal kilts, mouthwashes, tongue scrapers, breath mints, and toothpastes.
TheraBreath sells several nasal sinus drops. On their website, they say that the drops “are designed to alleviate bad breath by directing our formulas to your nasal, sinus and throat areas.”
Especially helping those who have post nasal drip, or bad breath that comes from the back of their throat, TheraBreath’s nasal drops have risen to one of the most recognized drops in the world.
These nasal drops have also received many badges. TheraBreath’s Plus Nasal-Sinus Drops have acquired badges such as:
- Pure Natural Ingredients
- Commited to a Green Planet
- Approved for Diabetics
- Certified Kosher
- Not Tested on Animals
- Proudly Made in the USA
- 100% Vegan
Ingredients play a large part in how the product will work, and whether it is safe or not. With companies putting in ingredients that may not be safe to use, it’s always good to check before using.
But TheraBreath puts all your worries to ease. Using natural ingredients, and being Kosher, Diabetic, and Vegan friendly, there are few who would disagree with their ingredients.
The ingredients in their Plus Nasal-Sinus Drops are as follows (With comments in parentheses):
- Purified Water,
- Xylitol, (A non-sucrose sweetener)
- Glycerin, (A sweetener)
- Sodium Hydroxide, (helps break down the proteins/mucus)
- Citric Acid,
- PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil,
- Concentrated OXYD-8? (Proprietary stabilized Oxychlor compounds), (Helps release Oxygen to kill bacteria)
- Sodium Benzoate, (a preservative)
- Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil,
- Sodium Bicarbonate. (Baking Soda).
Directions for use
The directions for using the drops aren’t as complicated as it may seem. Before you start, you want to make sure you do several things.
Do this at the end of your brushing and/or rinsing cycle. Also, make sure you set aside some time for this, as it will take a while for the drops to get to the back of the throat. One or two minutes should be fine.
Make sure you also blow your nose so that you can get as much mucus out of your nose as possible.
Tilt your head back slightly so that the drops can roll all the way through your nasal passages. Take your nasal drops and put one to two drops into each nostril. Stay like that, with your head tilted back, for a while, so that the drops can work their magic.
After the drops get to the end, and break up most of the mucus, you can stop tilting your head. After three or four minutes, blow your nose again, and get as much mucus out as you can.
Typically, you do this once every day, but if you needed/wanted to, you can do twice or three times a day.
While there aren’t many side effects with this product, there is mention of possible things that can happen.
If you remember in the list of ingredients, there was Sodium Hydroxide. Now Sodium Hydroxide is used to help break up the mucus and other proteins in your sinuses.
While this is great for the product, and your nose, it may not be great for your skin. Sodium Hydroxide can burn the skin as it slides down your nostrils.
While it doesn’t happen to many people, it does happen to a few. The sensation of burning will vary. It most likely will be a mild, tingling feeling. But it could be worse. This doesn’t mean that it will happen to you, but it is something to into account and remember as you use it.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
What’s nice is that with TheraBreath is they have a 30-day Money Back Guarantee. What this means is that if you don’t like the product for whatever reason, you can send it back, and they will refund your money for you.
So if the nasal drops don’t work out for you, or causes you too much grief, then send it back and get your money returned to you.
TheraBreath’s nasal-sinus drops are a great way to help relieve the buildup in your sinuses, and treat any bad breath you might have because of it.
The drops are made with natural ingredients, approved for Diabetics, certified Kosher, and Vegan friendly. It has easy to use instructions, and has very few side effects that may come with it.
Overall, TheraBreath’s Nasal-Sinus drops rate as #1 on my list of the best nasal drops. Order now, and begin to relieve your bad breath and sinus build up now.
Have you tried these or other nasal drops? How did they work? I wold love to know what you think. Don’t hesitate to leave something in the comment section below.
5 thoughts on “TheraBreath Nasal Drops”
Thanks for the article. I use nasal drops probably a bit too much so too get an understanding of what is in them and how they work is really priceless for me. I think that some that I use a quite harmful chemically so I will watch for this brand now.
Very sensitive and interesting article, I smiled when I read your article because I have a friend who has this problem and I felt kinda cute telling him. I have gotten help I will direct him to your blog or we could read it together.
It was a good read and was very informative and helpful. Will also try some of your home remedy for prevention for myself.
If you think this article will help your friend, feel free to share it with them!
It was exciting to read your post on TheraBreath Nasal drops and for sure I didn’t know there is medication for this. I always thought that bad breath is caused by lack of frequent mouth wash.
Now, my daughter has a problem of having blocked nose and heavy breathing especially when it’s cold and the doctor termed her as alergic to coldness. He suggested that we keep her warm which we always do but recently we noticed some bad breath from her mouth despite regular brushing. I wonder if this product can be helpful to her in her condition. What’s your recommendation?
I would suggest checking and seeing where the bad breath is coming from. If you think it’s coming from the sinuses/back of the throat, then this product may work, assuming it’s due to post nasal drip and/or mucus