With curcumin scientifically derived from turmeric – nature’s wonder anti-inflammatory – plus quercetin, Breathe Easy’s high efficacy compound works quickly to reduce the symptoms and irritation caused by pollen and other allergens associated with hayfever, and allergic rhinitis or AR.
Calms nasal irritation
Quickly and easily absorbed
Easy to swallow gel capsule
Supported by science
Naturally-derived relief from hayfever is here.
If you suffer from hayfever or AR, you’re probably only too aware of the impact this condition can have on your quality of life.
Based on the 2007–08 National Health Survey, allergic rhinitis (the technical name for hayfever) was estimated to affect approximately 15% of Australians. Those numbers continue to increase, and by 2015 were reaching 20% of the population – 4.5 million. It is more commonly reported by women; and – unusually – it is a condition that seems to hit hardest among the working population: those aged 25–44 years.
So, if you’re one of the many adults or children whose work and study is regularly affected by the onslaught of a sneezy spring, you’ll be happy to hear that at Bod Australia we’ve been investigating new ways to help fight the effects of pollen, dust and allergens that can make life so miserable.
We’ve formulated an innovative, triple-action, plant-based remedy, derived from turmeric – hailed as nature’s wonder food; the powerful antioxidant known as quecertin; plus vitamin D3 to help us all fall in love with springtime all over again.
These three ingredients work together to de-sensitise the nose and sinus membranes, and reduce inflammation. The result is expert, non-drowsy (and fast-acting), relief from hayfever symptoms.
It could be easy to dismiss turmeric as just another fashionable complementary medicine fad. However curcumin, the all-natural, active extract of this wonder plant, has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over 4000 years. Plus, science has shown us that it has wide-ranging benefits for our health and general well-being. These properties are captured in Nasafytol Breathe Easy in a premium quality, readily absorbable form of bio-optimised Curcuma longa.
More specifically, the naturally occurring anti-inflammatory properties of curcumin can reduce nasal irritation. And when combined with quecertin, and vitamin D3 in Breathe Easy’s unique recipe, this formula can pack a punch in the fight against the debilitating effects of hayfever.
Nasafytol: triple action advantages of this unique formula of curcumin, quecertin and vitamin D3.
Hayfever symptoms include
- production of histamines
- swollen tissues in nasal passage
- runny nose
- itchy and runny eyes
Nasafytol relieves and reduces symptoms
Studies and reports have demonstrated the impact of hayfever/ AR on the population and the economy; as well as the efficacy of bio-optimised curcumin, as used in Nasafytol Breathe Easy.
The impact of hayfever / AR on both the population and the economy is such that the government and the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare now consider it a chronic respiratory disease.
Increased bioavailability 2
The exceptional solubility of Nasafytol, in a single easy-to-swallow gel capsule, means that this high quality curcumin is readily bioavailable. This translates into key ingredients being more efficiently absorbed into the bloodstream.
Follow directions for use. Always read the label. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. Supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
1: Allergic Rhinitis (‘hay fever’) in Australia. Report published by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, November 2011
See full report and updates here
2: Clinical Pharmacokinetic Study on 24 patients. ATC Liège.
NASAFYTOL SMALL GEL CAPSULES
Curcumin, quecertin, and vitamin D3
Adults and children 6 years and over: take two capsules every morning with a large glass of water.
Follow directions for use. Always read the label.
If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
42mg bio-optimised Curcuma longa
2.25μg vitamin D3
Pregnancy and breast feeding
Obtain medical advice if simultaneously taking anticoagulants, coumarin or heparin