These New Nasal Sprays Seem to Be Effective in Killing COVID-19 Virus

Nasus Pharma created new nasal sprays to help combat Coronavirus. Taffix provides both chemical and mechanical protection that…
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Nasus Pharma created new nasal sprays to help combat Coronavirus. Taffix provides both chemical and mechanical protection that lasts for about five hours when you inhale through the nose.

Israeli researchers realized that as the Jewish faith’s New Year approaches, several people would want to attend synagogue and related festivals in the city of Bnei Brak, therefore they decided to make the city a suitable place to test the nasal spray.

83 people were given the new nasal sprays and instructions on how to apply it. These people used the spray before the festivals began. Only two people contracted the virus out of the 83 people that used it. They both forgot to use it. 16 people out of the 160 people told to use the spray but didn’t use it contracted coronavirus.

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So many research institutes have tested nasal sprays as a way to fight COVID-19. Researchers at the University of London are carrying out clinical trials for a nasal spray that contains nitric oxide. The spray has been reported to combat 99.9% of coronavirus, and also provide protection against viruses.

Nitric oxide is often found and produced in red blood cells. It also kills viruses when it comes in contact with them. A Neurology professor, Pankaj Sharma, a Professor of Neurology sees nasal sprays as a potent way of killing coronavirus since they disrupt the virus’ structural integrity independent of antibodies.

If we take the South African variant, once it touches nitric oxide it’s going to be structurally destroyed anyway; the fact that it has got a different RNA profile makes no difference to nitric oxide.

Pankaj Sharma

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