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Recommendation Corner: Gold Root Nasal Spray

Some of you may have read my previous article on Chilcuague (Gold Root in English) and if you have, you know I’m a fan. This regional root is rarely talked about, even in the few Mexican states it’s grown, and outside – well, it’s just unheard of.

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But Gold Root is really special. And finally someone from the outside has taken notice and is making this super nifty nasal spray for opening sinuses during cold and allergy season. Gone are the days of the netty pot (for me anyway …I always suffered with that one!) On to the greatest root ever! It cares for me while my body fights its environment and all the flowering plants that live in it.

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So, this fantastic spray has become my daily regimen.

Previously, I was chewing the root itself and using a mouth and throat spray for sinus related sore throat and oral hygiene. I love both of these options. But when my sinuses are really acting up (and dripping down my throat at night), treating my throat felt incomplete – like treating the symptom rather than the problem. The real problem was originating in my sinuses, causing not only the drip and sore throat, but also headaches and the inability to breathe (ugh!).

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Enter nasal spray, stage left.
I’m now using it 3 times a day or so – not even because I feel too stuffed up, but just a as preventative action. ‘Tis the season and I’m already sneezing and rubbing my eyes, but my clogged sinuses have been practically non-existent since I’m using my nasal spray regularly.

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Want to learn more about Chilcuague (Gold Root) and what it does? Take a look here.
Want to buy Gold Root Nasal Spray? Here it is on Amazon.

Mittie.Roger
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Mittie Roger has been blogging for 5 years; her blog focuses on off the beaten path travel in the Americas. Both a blogger and a social media consultant, Mittie works with writers, brands, and artists of many mediums. Her first book of short stories, Aurora, was published in December of 2013 after its title story, “Aurora”, received second place in the 2012 Richard Bausch contest. Her fiction has also appeared in Our Stories and Monkey Puzzle Literary Magazine and her non-fiction has appeared in Land Rover Magazine, Land Rover Monthly and Fuse. Her most recent publication, These Boots Are Made for Walking: Travel Journal and Workbook, uses creative prompts to get you thinking differently, traveling more and experiencing life.

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