H2Ocean, LLC - First in First Aid

Is nasalzyme safe for infants?

Yes. Nasalzyme’s gentle formula is safe for all ages, including infants.

Are there any side effects from using Nasalzyme Sea Salt Nasal Mists?

Since Nasalzyme is all natural and does not contain any drugs you will not experience any side effects like the other products on the market.

Can I use Nasalzyme when I have a sinus infection?

Unless told otherwise by your physician, it is safe to use Nasalzyme while you have a sinus infection.

Can Nasalzyme be used with antihistamines or decongestants?

Yes, you can use Nasalzyme with antihistamines. In fact, Nasalzyme will actually help to soften the mucus thickened as a side effect of the antihistamine, allowing your medication to work more effectively.

Can Nasalzyme cause nose bleeds?

No. Nasalzyme’s nozzle has been designed not to aggravate sensitive nasal tissue and Nasalzyme’s isotonic formula should not irritate the mucus membrane. If after use you see blood coming from the posterior of your nose than this could be a sign of a serious medical condition and you should seek medical attention immediately.

Can Nasalzyme spray be used on my pets?

Yes. Nasalzyme is safe to use on animals.

Does Nasalzyme contain alcohol?

Nasalzyme is Alcohol free, as well as drug and preservative free.

Does the sea salt in Nasalzyme contain iodine?

No, Nasalzyme uses non-iodized sea salt.


Does Nasalzyme help relieve my post-nasal drip?

Yes. Rinsing your nasal passages with Nasalzyme will help to prevent the buildup of excess mucus that causes post-nasal drip.

How many uses can I get out of one can of Nasalzyme?

You will get approximately 340 individual treatments out of a single can of Nasalzyme (170 per nostril)

How often should I use Nasalzyme?

Nasalzyme should be used daily as part of your regular hygiene regiment. For relief from cold, flu or seasonal allergy symptoms Nasalzyme can be used up to 6 times per day.

How should Nasalzyme be stored?

 Nasalzyme should be stored at room temperature.

I am on a low sodium diet. Can I use Nasalzyme?

Yes. Under normal use, a negligent amount of sodium will enter the body. For specific concerns consult your physician.

I am prone to nose bleeds. Should I use nasalzyme?

 Yes. Nasalzyme’s gentle nozzle is designed to not aggravate sensitive nasal tissue. If after use you see blood coming from the posterior of your nose than this could be a sign of a serious medical condition and you should seek medical attention immediately.

I have an inflammatory lung disease. Can I safely use Nasalzyme?

The effects of nasal irrigation on sufferers of inflammatory lung diseases such as COPD, emphysema and cystic fibrosis are unknown and you should consult your physician before beginning any new treatment.

I just tried Nasalzyme for the first time and feel more congested than before. Why is that?

 Feeling more congested after your first few Nasalzyme treatments means that it is working. The sudden rise in a feeling of congestion means that the mucus has softened enough to move properly and is finally able to drain out. Decrease the frequency of use until the feeling of additional congestion dissipates. If after a few days symptoms continue to worsen, please consult a physician.

Is it safe to use Nasalzyme if I have high blood pressure?

If you experience high blood pressure you should check with your physician before using. Nasalzyme is isotonic and should not affect your blood pressure but we still recommend you verifying with your physician first.