• SnoreStop® Double Action™
  • SnoreStop® Double Action™
  • SnoreStop® Double Action™

SnoreStop® Double Action™

Nasal & Throat Spray - One Month Supply

SKU: 009
$19.99

About The Product


Ingredients


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SnoreStop Double Action includes two products: a throat spray and a nasal spray designed to help multifactorial snorers with one or more blocked airways in two specific locations: the back of the throat and in the nose. For best results, we recommend repeated use of the product for 3 to 5 consecutive nights. Eat, drink, and/or take any medicine at least 30 minutes prior to taking SnoreStop at bedtime.


*Individual results may vary.


Directions

Throat Spray:

Shake before each use. Remove cap, rotate yellow arm halfway up and spray once under the tongue and once in the back of the throat. 

Nasal Spray: Shake before each use. Remove cap and safety clip. Pump once into each nostril. Inhale deeply to spread the medicated solution.

 

 

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SnoreStop Extinguisher (Throat Spray)

SnoreStop NasoSpray (Nasal Spray) 

SnoreStop Double Action is prepared in accordance with the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS). All ingredients are recognized as an official collection of accepted drug ingredients by the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and are manufactured in FDA-approved laboratories. Each natural ingredient comes either from plant, mineral or protein sources and is present only in harmless microscopic amounts in each dose. None of our ingredients contain any alkaloids, ephedrine or pseudo - ephedrine. SnoreStop is a natural Homeopathic over-the-counter medicine regulated by the FDA.

Dilution Scale: 6X is equal to one part per million.

Claims follow requirement in CPG 400.400 and GLP of Sections 502 & 503 of the FDCA (“The Act”) and Part 201 Title 21 of the CFR to include Principle Display Panel of OTC Drug Labeling under 21 CFR 201.62. Uses and claims are taken from various authorized Materia Medica for references. They have not been reviewed by the Federal Drug and Administration.