If it cost 5 times cheaper, there would be sense
I bought this spray when I had a cold, I had to moisten the nasal mucosa, and there was nothing but this spray available in the pharmacy nearby. As it turned out, the spray consisted of salty sea- water and aloe extract. In fact, I could dissolve some salt in the water and the result would be the same.
It’s difficult to judge if it helped me or not, as it actually isn’t supposed to have any pronounced effect, it just damps the mucosa and improves the sputum expectoration. It seemed to me that if I hadn’t used it, the illness would have flown the way it did. The drug is a German one, that’s why there is no doubt that it is real sea salt and that it’s not tap water, the aloe extract is present, too. For small children it’s maybe a good variant, because it doesn’t cause any unpleasant feelings, it is almost tasteless, it’s just a bit salty water and that’s all. I won’t recommend it, maybe, the remedy is good, but not for 10$, it doesn’t worth this money by far. By the way, its volume is decent, 30 ml, the Germans didn’t skimp, but I used only one third of it. The batcher is very qualitative and convenient, it pulverizes the liquid exactly and steady, as much as you expect of it.