Sinus spray was recalled due to possible 'life-threatening' contamination


Sinus spray was recalled due to possible 'life-threatening' contamination.

This sinus spray was just recalled due to potential "life-threatening" interactions.

Changing weather causes allergies in many people. When nasal congestion occurs, many people resort to over-the-counter sinus sprays. Unfortunately, due to potential life-threatening contamination, Biomic Sciences has recalled several products, including ION Sinus Support, ION Biome Sinus, and Restor Sinus Spray. Find all the details below.

ION sinus sprays have been recalled

The FDA recently discovered microbial contamination in Biomic Sciences' ION Sinus Support, ION Biome Sinus, and Restore Sinus Spray products, resulting in an immediate recall of these sinus products for the safety of consumers due to potential health risks.

Contaminants found in the drops tested included Microbacterium sp., Fictibacillus sp., Bacillus sp. (primarily B. malikii), and Paenibacillus sp. According to the FDA, using these contaminated products "can lead to severe or life-threatening adverse events such as bacteremia or fungemia, bacterial or fungal sinusitis, or disseminated fungal infection." Yes!

The recalled products, listed below, include boxes containing one or two nasal rinse spray dispensers sold throughout the United States in stores and online:

ION Sinus Support - Sold between September 2021 and September 20, 2023.

ION Biome Sinus - sold between September 2019 and September 2021.

Restore Sinus Spray - Sold between June 2017 and September 2019.

If you have one of these products, you must take a photo of the lot number (or write it down), dispose of the product, and contact Biomic Sciences for a refund by calling 1-844-715-0113 or emailing sinusrecall@intelligenceofnature. .com. You will need to provide the payment number for the refund.

Fortunately, no illnesses have been reported following this recall. However, it is always important to pay attention to withdrawals and follow safety and health guidelines for your and your family's well-being. The FDA says people who recently had nose or sinus surgery are most at risk.

They are dedicated to keeping consumers informed of recent withdrawals. Other recalled products include mattresses from Costco and several foods potentially contaminated with Listeria.

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