What is Probiorinse?

Probiorinse is a buffered saline nasal irrigation solution enriched with probiotics.

What are probiotics?

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines probiotics as "living bacteria that promote health".

The Probiorinse does it contain probiotics?

Probiorinse contains the probiotic Lactococcus lactis W136,which has a long history of use in the food industry and is ‘generally regarded as safe’

The bacteria present in Probiorinse are they alive?

Yes, they are alive and well. Bacteria Live L live are cold-dried in a process called "freeze-drying" and do not come back to life until reconstituted with water.

Are there other nasal irrigation solutions with probiotics?

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How the Probiorinse should it be used?

Probiorinse should be used exactly like a conventional nasal irrigation solution. A 240ml irrigation bottle, such as NeilMed Sinus Rinse, for example, is sufficient to be filled with clean, lukewarm water, according to the manufacturer's instructions.

The Probiorinse is it safe?

The bacteria used in Probiorinse, be the Lactococcus lactis W136,, has been consumed by humans by mouth for hundreds of years and is generally considered to be "safe". No adverse effects were seen in the safety studies of Probiorinse. Introducing probiotic bacteria into the nose is a new approach in the healthcare industry. There are other published studies of the administration of intranasal bacteria, and none of these reported toxicity or side effects.

The Probiorinse is it currently available?

YES, Probiorinse is currently available for purchase and delivery across Canada.

Why fourteen days of treatment?

It makes sense to add bacteria over a period of time, rather than single administration, so as to offer continued support to the microbiome as the body recovers.

How the Probiorinsedoes it offer a beneficial effect?

The Probiorinse has all the expected benefits of conventional nasal and sinus irrigation on nasal congestion, discharge and feelings of nasal congestion, plus the benefits of probiotics over a longer period of time than just temporary relief.

What is the cost of Probiorinse?

A box of twenty-eight individual doses, valid for a fourteen-day treatment, costs $ 39.99 CAD, plus applicable taxes and delivery charges.

Can we use Probiorinse continuously?

Although the Probiorinse has been studied over a period of fourteen days, there is no indication that longer treatments would be dangerous.