THE 5 W'S
The 5Ws of Guna-Throat Spray
Who: Guna-Throat Spray was formulated for patients of all ages that are susceptible to mouth and throat infections. Ideal for people who vocalize over long periods of time, such as speakers and singers; causing strain, soreness, hoarseness, and other throat irritations. It is also recommended for dental patients who have undergone procedures, to reduce risk of infection and inflammation, while gums and oral tissue are healing.
What: Guna-Throat Spray is an innovative homeopathic medicine formulated in light of recent scientific discoveries and developments in Ear, Nose, Throat System Pathophysiology, active on inflammatory and infective problems of the oral cavity.
When: Administered when the first symptoms of sore throat ache, swollen tonsils, canker sores, and other forms of oral and throat irritations. It is an ideal treatment for edematous and painful gums in children during the first dentition period. After dental procedures, for a "disinfection" of the oral cavity.
Why: Guna-Throat Spray is an effective medicine, free of adverse reactions, which is able to ensure an immediate relief in inflammatory pathologies of pharynx, larynx, tonsils and gums. Via its components, it also has antiviral and antibacterial properties. The convenient form in spray allows the patient to "focus" the action of Guna-Throat spray directly on the affected areas.
Guna-Throat Spray Clinical case
A 28 year old skier often affected with pharyngotonsillitis not involving laterocervical and submandibular lymph nodes, but with evident dysphagia and dysphonia. Concurrently, a latent gingivitis and tooth hypersensitivity, which has periodically affected the patient, has resurfaced.
Diagnosis: acute pharyngitis. As an alternative, we recommend the GUNA Method and GUNA Products.
Treatment: Guna-Throat Spray (in conjunction with Guna-Flam, 20 drops twice a day, against acute fever syndrome).
Dosage: 1 spray applied to the affected areas at least 3 times a day. In acute phases, 1 spray every 15 minutes for a maximum of 2 hours.