The active ingredients in SinuSoothe have been clinically proven to be effective and have been subject to thousands of scientific studies and clinical trials. They have also featured in countless medical journals and articles.
Please find below some examples:
Carson CF, et al. Antimicrobial activity of the major components of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia. J Appl Bacteriol. 78 (3):264-9. Mar 1995.
Harkental M. et al. Comparative study on the in vitro antibacterial activity of Australian tea tree oil, cajeput oil, niaouli oil, manuka oil, kanuka oil, and eucalyptus oil. Pharmazie. 54(6):460-3. 1999.
Porter NG, et al. Chemical, physical and antimicrobial properties of essential oils of Leptospermum scoparium and Kunzea ericoides. Phytochemistry 50(3):407-15. Feb 1999.
NIH-listed human clinical trials on turmeric and curcumin, February 2010.
A randomized, controlled trial of tea tree topical preparations versus a standard topical regimen for the clearance of MRSA colonization. Dryden MS1, Dailly S, Crouch M.
Rao CV. Regulation of COX and LOX by curcumin. Adv Exp Med Biol . 2007;595:213-226.
Tea Tree Oil Reduces Histamine Induced Skin Inflammation”. K.J. Koh, A.L. Pearce, G. Marshman, J.J. June Finlay, and P.H. Hart. British Journal of Dermatology, 2002, vol.147, no.6 pp 1212-1217.
Schweizer S et al. Workup-dependant formation of 5-lipoxygenase inhibitory boswellic acids analogues. J Nat Prod 2000, Aug.;63(8):1058-1061
The anti-inflammatory effect of curcumin in an experimental model of sepsisis mediated by up-regulation of perixisome, proliferator-activated receptor-gamma.” A.M.Siddiqui, X. CUI, R. Wu, W. Dong, M. Zhou, M. Hu, H.H. Suns and P. Wang. Published in the Crit Care Med. 2006 Jul;34(7);1874-82.