Stuffy nose (cold)
Find Relief with Capsinol!
Everyone experiences a stuffy nose at some point. It can happen occasionally or even become chronic. A stuffy nose occurs when the nasal mucosa swells and produces extra mucus, causing the nose to become congested.
There are various causes for a stuffy nose, with the most common being a common cold. with the most common being a common cold. However, there are other causes such as allergies, hay fever, and mucosal hypersensitivity.
In the case of a short-lasting cold, it usually resolves on its own and your nose becomes clear again. If you want quick relief, you can use a nasal spray based on xylometazoline. This reduces the swelling of the nasal mucosa, allowing you to breathe easily through your nose again. However, do not use this nasal spray for more than 5-7 days. If the cold persists or if you prefer a natural solution, Capsinol is a good choice.
If the cold persists or if you prefer a natural solution, Capsinol is a good choice.
If Capsinol works well for you, you often don’t need to use it for an extended period. Chronic nasal congestion becomes a thing of the past. This effect can last up to a year or even longer. Prolonged use can lead to dependence. In that case, Capsinol nasal spray provides a good alternative. Capsinol not only addresses the symptoms but also works based on salt and xylitol, which helps shrink the nasal mucosa. All Capsinol products contain “pepper” (Capsicum annuum tincture), which provides a stimulating effect in the nose and builds long-term nasal resistance.
It’s important to know that it may take some time before you experience the full effect of Capsinol, sometimes up to 2 weeks. It’s also possible that your nose may feel slightly more congested initially. Therefore, give Capsinol enough time to work.
Allergy and Sinus Infection
In addition to the allergic nose complaints, there may also be hypersensitivity of the mucous membranes for no apparent cause. The nose reacts directly to dust from the outside without there being an allergy. Due to this hypersensitivity, people often have chronic nasal complaints, such as a blocked or runny nose.
This can also spread to the cavities. This can cause a sinus infection or sinus infection.
Especially with this hypersensitivity (called ‘idiopathic rhinitis’ in medical terms), Capsinol nasal spray can really offer a solution. This makes the nose less sensitive to dust and will therefore not quickly become blocked.
If Capsinol works well for you, you often don’t need to use it for an extended period. Chronic nasal congestion becomes a thing of the past. This effect can last up to a year or even longer.
The speed and duration of Capsinol’s effectiveness vary from person to person. Some people experience long-lasting relief, while others use it occasionally. We cannot predict exactly how it will work for you in advance. However, it is important to give Capsinol sufficient time. It may take up to 2 weeks before you notice real results.
We are pleased that Capsinol has helped many people. Individuals who have been searching for a solution for years without success have finally found relief through the use of Capsinol.