ENT Health



Nasal Irrigation is rinsing the nasal passage in other words rinsing the nose and sinuses. Also known as nasal wash, nasal lavage, nasal douche.


Its indications include rhinitis, common cold, septal perforations, nasal polyps, dryness of the nose, stuffiness, nasal discharge, feeling of pressure over the face, nasal and sinus diseases (infection, allergy...) causing chronic cough, biofilm formation control, providing nasal hygiene, smell and taste disorders due to chronic rhinitis and sinusitis.


High volume nasal irrigation is well tolerated, easy to apply, economical, its side effects are minimal and it reduces medical resource utilization.


  • Isotonic forms include:

  • Sodium chloride and sodium bicarbonate

  • Application bottle and 25 mixture packages

  • There are forms available which include solely 50 mixture packages

Instructions on how to use available at these videos:




  • Hyaluronic acid is a natural molecule found in the human

  • body acting as a cement between cells that connects cell.

  • Recent studies shows that Hyaluronic acid in the nasal 

  • washes has obtained positive results


When Hyaluronic acid is added to the nasal irrigation 



  • Plays a role in development and repair of subcutaneous tissue.

  • Acts as a lubricant and increases the tissue hydration.

  • Hyaluronic Acid forms include:

  • Sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate and Hyaluronic Acid.

  • Application bottle and 25 mixture packages.



  • Since hypertonic saline solution contains a high proportion

of NaCL the irrigation solution pulls water from the 

edematous mucosa, shrinks swollen membranes and 

increases mucociliary clearance.


  • Observed in hypertonic irrigation solutions:

- Reduction in chronic sinonasal symptoms

- Improvent in the quality of life.


  • Hypertonic forms include:

- Sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate.

- Application bottle and 25 mixture packages.


  • Surfactant added irrigation solution


Reduces the surface tension of the airway.

Reduces the viscosity of mucus with mucolytic effect.

Antimicrobial effect.

Breaks bacterial biofilms


  • Surfactant forms include:


Sodium chloride and sodium bicarbonate.

Surfactant solution.

Application bottle and 20 mixture packages.


  • Moisturizes mucosa and helps to repair and heal.

  • Prevent dryness and formation of crusts in the nose.

  • Reduces the formation of crust after endoscopic sinus surgery, accelerate recovery, facilitates examination and tampon applications.


  • Reduces the toxic effects of benzalkonium chloride and xylometazoline which are used as a preservatives in nasal decongestants.




Formulation: D-Panthenol, Vitamin A, Vaseline pure, 

Paraffin oil, BHA


Drops form: 30 ml glass bottle and glass dropper


Spray form: 20 ml spray bottle


Ointment form: 10 g ointment tube



  • After nasal and sinus operations.

  • Prevent nasal dryness caused by nasal decongestants and nasal corticosteroids.

  • Prevent and eliminate nasal dryness.

  • Prevent and eliminate nasal crusting.

  • In cases that cause atrophic nasal mucosa.

  • In nosebleeds caused by nasal dryness.

  • Prevent crusting after nose cauterization.



Supplementary Facts (1 tablet):

  • Ginkgo Biloba                       230 mg 

  • Zinc (amino acid chelate)     15 mg   

  • Vitamin B12                          0.5 mg 

Tintus Formula

Other ingredients:

  • Microcrystalline cellulose

  • Magnesium stearate



Ear Disinfecting Agent

The strategy in the treatment of otitis externa is ensuring the restoration of the external ear canal by dissolving the infection and bringing it to a healthy state.

The first and most important step in treatment is to clean the outer ear canal without traumatizing it.


Hydrogen peroxide is used for removal of the epithelial residues without damaging the outer ear canal.


Antibacterial and antifungal properties of boric acid plays an important role in the treatment of infections.



  • Formulation: Hydrogen peroxide, boric acid, distilled water

  • 30 ml glass bottle and glass dropper

Directions on how to use can be found in this video: