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Lanto Sinus is the sinus probiotic that supports and promotes sinus health.
This probiotic supplement supports sinus health by introducing beneficial bacteria into the mouth and sinuses.
Lanto Sinus contains beneficial kimchi derived Lactobacillus sakei, a keystone bacteria found in healthy sinuses.
17 billion total CFU of Lactobacillus sakei at time of manufacture. Lab tested and verified.
How to Use
For regular use, take by mouth.Place 1/4 teaspoon of powder (or 1 spoonful using the spoon provided) directly into mouth, swish & swallow. Don’t eat or drink for 15 minutes after. Use 1x per day as needed.For a maximum boost, take by nose & mouth.Mix 1/4 teaspoon of powder with up to 1/4 cup of distilled or sterile (boiled & cooled) water. Stir. Using a cotton swab or a clean finger, dab mixture 1/2 inch into nostrils. Swish remaining mixture in mouth & swallow. Use 1x per nostril/day as needed.
Produced using GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) standards
Up to 1 gram per day. Mix with bottled water or place directly into the mouth. Or use as directed by a health professional. Use Lanto Sinus as needed.
When does Lanto Sinus expire?
We recommend using Lanto Sinus within six months of purchase to ensure that the Lactobacillus sakei is potent and active.
Once the bottle is opened, Lanto Sinus is most effective for 3 to 4 months.
Every bottle has an expiration date printed on the bottom to help you keep track.
Keep out of reach of children. Consult with a physician if pregnant, have a medical condition, or taking prescription medication.
12 Fun Facts About Your Sinuses
Our sinuses are a vital part of our bodies and do many amazing things. Here are some fun facts we wanted to share!
1) We normally have 4 pairs of sinuses, but some people never develop a pair (usually the frontal sinuses). Scientists don’t know why. 2) The sinuses are spaces within the skull and facial bones, and so they serve as a “crumple zone” when there is trauma to the face. This protects the brain from injury. 3) The sinuses have a lining, and this lining secretes mucus and has cilia. The cilia steadily beat at about 700 to 800 times per minute and this moves mucous into the nasal cavity. 4) The cilia in the sinuses normally move a very, very thin layer of mucus (10-15 micron thick) at approximately 9 mm per minute toward the nasal cavity. 5) A baby is born with only two tiny pairs of sinuses (ethmoidal and maxillary), and the other 2 sinus pairs develop by age six. 6) The sinuses grow in size from birth until the end of the teenage years. The greatest sinus growth occurs when a child’s permanent teeth erupt and during puberty. 7) The largest sinuses are about an inch in diameter in adults, and the others are much smaller. 8) When we talk about the sinuses, we are actually referring to the paranasal sinuses. 9) We also have other sinuses in the body, for example in the brain and kidneys. 10) For many years it was thought that the sinuses were sterile, but now we know that millions of microbes (bacteria, fungi, viruses) live in the mucus lining of the sinuses. 11) People with chronic sinusitis can have altered taste – less sensitive to bitter tastes, and more sensitive to sweet. 12) Dogs and cats also have sinuses, and they can develop sinus infections.
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