SinusClear™ is a unique combination of natural ingredients designed to help support the nasal passages. The ingredients in SinusClear have been shown to:
- Maintain healthy sinus passages*
- Help balance moisture*
- Support immune function*
RidgeCrest Herbals' SinusClear is specially formulated to help support the body's ability to keep nasal passages and airways clear. It includes mullein, stinging nettle, and rooibos leaf, all thought to support your body's natural state, free from excess inflammation. Other ingredients support free breathing. Regardless of the cause, SinusClear can help you get back to feeling and sounding more like yourself. So go ahead. Sign up for that "World's Most Powerful Histamine-Producing Plants" walking tour.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Awards for SinusClear
- 2021 Taste For Life Magazine's Immunity Essentials, Sinus Relief Category
Your sinuses should be the last thing keeping you from the life you want...
Year-round, sinus interruptions can drop in on you at any time like Debra from HR catching you on TikTok. Interference to clear sinuses can also be caused by normal, external exposure to allergens, dust, smoke, chemicals - even pregnancy.
When navigating air through your sinuses is as challenging as navigating your college boyfriend's strategic incompetence, what you want most is fast relief, so you don't get stuck inside on the first nice day of the year.
SinusClear makes freedom possible so you can take that first step to become a whole new you! You know, the kind of "you" who goes to Burning Man, volunteers in Zabol, walks the ancient ruins of Myanmar wearing a Patagonia jacket and unruly braids, has more than ten Instagram followers, runs through meadows towards your soulmate, has a soulmate...basically the you that you wish your Instagram feed could be.
Herbs in SinusClear
An enzyme found in pineapple, bromelain has been extensively studied by scientists and found effective for several different uses, especially its potential to help support the body's natural, healthy state free from excess inflammation.
Mormon Tea Leaf
Despite its name evoking images of the Western United States, this plant is found throughout much of the world. Some strains of the natural plant have been shown to contain alkaloids that help support the body's ability to manage healthy mucus levels.
This herb has been used in various global traditions, and each one uses it to soothe the respiratory tract. Whether applied as a warm poultice, taken as tea, or infused in a steam bath, the goal to manage airway health has always been the same. It was also used to ward off Native American spirits, as a dye for Roman women's clothing, and as a wick for lamps in ancient Greece.
First appearing in the original text of the Divine Husbandman, astragalus root is one of the 50 core herbs in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Adopted into western culture as a supplement, it’s often used to aid sleep, boost energy, and promote a healthy libido. It’s also often used to support effective urine flow, promote clear breathing, and help sustain a positive metabolism.
Olive Leaf Extract
Native to the Middle East, the olive tree has stood as a symbol in Western culture for thousands of years. Today scientific evidence shows the components of the olive leaf can help support a healthy immune response. Considering the olive trees' well-known ability to resist disease, this makes sense. Its leaves are full of antioxidants, which show promise in supporting cardiovascular health as well.
Stinging Nettle Leaf
Woven into fabric during the 15th dynasty in China and a core element of a European fairy tale, the cultural history of nettle is fascinating and far-reaching. Common in herbal medicine throughout the world, today we know it’s rich in multiple vitamins and minerals, as well as 5HTP and an impressive potential to support the body's natural, healthy state free from excess inflammation.
One of the most fragrant and delicious cooking herbs, rosemary is rich in essential oils and antioxidants, aids the immune system, and helps support the body's natural, healthy state free from excess inflammation.
Yerba Santa Leaf
A plant indigenous to North America, Native Americans introduced its lung-supporting properties to the Spanish in the fifteenth century. Mostly grown in the Western US, it contains glycerides of fatty acids, resin, glucose, chrysoeriol, and more.
Native to South Africa, rooibos can be prepared in almost every way but is often used as a delicious red tea. It’s rich in zinc, calcium, Vitamin C, potassium, and copper, as well as polyphenols. Most importantly, it’s a rich source of flavonoids, which support the body's natural, healthy state free from excess inflammation and immune responses in the body.
Rich in essential oils and antibacterial components, the traditional use of eucalyptus spans the globe, from the Aborigines in Australia for wound care to 19th-century British hospitals as a cleaner. Today it’s most used because it’s rich in eucalyptol, a natural organic compound studies show may act on the nerve receptors in the mucosa of the nose to help promote natural drainage. Eucalyptus also contains flavonoids and polyphenolic acids that have their own health-promoting properties.
Part of TCM since its beginnings, angelica root has been used for thousands of years to help tonify and invigorate the blood and support comfort. Often considered a woman's herb, it’s one of the most widely used herbs in China. It may help support circulatory function and relaxation of the airways.
After noticing the way burdock stuck to his clothes, George de Mestral of Switzerland studied the plants and invented the idea of Velcro. European folk herbalists used burdock for several health concerns, and modern science shows that it’s rich in essential fatty acids (including long-chain EFA's, which are somewhat rare) and phytosterols.
Availablend® Bioavailability Complex*
Availablend® is RidgeCrest Herbals' patented blend containing several ingredients that have been recognized for their digestive and bioavailability-supporting properties. It includes ginger root, black pepper, habanero pepper, and Sichuan pepper.
*Clinical studies have not been done on Availablend® linking it to increased bioavailability.
Will SinusClear make me jittery or nervous?
No. SinusClear doesn’t contain anything that will make you feel jittery or nervous. If you struggle with these symptoms on a regular basis, we recommend trying Adrenal Fatigue Fighter™ or Anxiety Free™.
Will SinusClear keep me awake at night/prevent me from sleeping?
No. There are no stimulants in SinusClear and it shouldn't affect your sleep. If you struggle with falling or staying asleep, we recommend trying DreamOn™ Zen.
Are there any side effects from taking SinusClear? (Risks?)
No. SinusClear has no known side effects and is made of gentle herbs that aren’t known to create any negative issues. However, as everyone is different if a reaction does occur, we ask that you contact our customer service department so we can track it.
Is SInusClear habit-forming?
No, SinusClear cannot cause dependence.
Whether the cause is external or internal, there are some lifestyle factors that can help your nasal passages remain clear and free, unburdened by a close relationship with their counterparts across the aisle:
- Reduce exposure to allergens and other irritants, wearing a mask if necessary.
- Adequate rest/sleep.
- Good nutrition habits full of antioxidants and leafy greens.
- Physical exercise, though you may want to avoid heavily polluted areas like outdoor community gyms in Beijing in January.
- A neti pot or another form of nasal irrigation may be helpful in maintaining sinus health.