New research suggests bacteria in the nostril can worsen a runny nose from hay fever.
Hay fever generally comes from plant material like pollen, which copper does not kill.
But copper does kill bacteria, so using a CopperZap in the nose may defend against pollen by killing bacteria that can make hay fever worse.
Allergies are often connected with microbes which copper does kill.
Many allergies, for example, come from mold, which is a fungus. Copper kills fungus when it touches it.
Mold can be in the air from outside, especially after rain. It can also be in the home.
It is hard to tell exactly what is causing any particular allergy, but it's a good idea to use a CopperZap when you first feel signs in your nose that could be due to allergies.
If the copper has no effect, then it is probably an allergy to plant material only, with no involvement of bacteria, virus, or fungus. Some over-the-counter nasal sprays may be the best bet in that case.
Doug Cornell, Ph.D.
People use CopperZaps against:
Colds and Flu
Sinus trouble from germs
Cold sores or Fever blisters
Canker sores that get infected
Sleep disruption by congestion
Stuffy nose, Drippy nose
Hay fever worsened by Bacteria
Pink Eye and Styes
Cuts and Wounds
Thrush and Tongue infections
Getting sick after air travel
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