A nasal spray that reduces viral loads by 95% in 24 hours:

A well known antimicrobial, Nitric Oxide, has been found to rapidly reduce SARS-CoV-2 viral load, knocking it down by 95% within 24 hours, and 99% within 72 hours, according to a recent study by researchers funded by England’s NHS foundation trust and SaNOtize Research & Development Corporation – a Canadian biotech company currently conducting Phase II trials of a nitric oxide nasal spray.

A group of 80 adults (18-70 years) with confirmed (Alpha strain) Covid-19 infections were divided into two groups, with half receiving nitric oxide nasal spray (NONS) that were self-administered 5-6 times daily for 9 days.

The goal of the nasal spray is to kill the virus present in the upper airways – preventing it from incubating and making its way to the lungs.

The study found that mean viral load was significantly lower in the NONS group by a factor of 16.2, in what the study’s authors described as an “accelerated decrease,” while nearly half of those who completed a post-study questionnaire reported feeling better vs. 8% of the placebo group.

Mean SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentration was lower on NONS by a factor of 16.2 at days 2 and 4. A rapid reduction (95%) in the SARS-CoV-2 viral load was observed within 24 hours, with a 99% reduction observed within 72 hours with NONS treatments. -Clinical efficacy of nitric oxide nasal spray (NONS) for the treatment of mild COVID-19 infection.

What’s more, there were no serious adverse reactions from the nasal spray.

“Treatment with NONS in this trial was found to be effective and safe in reducing the viral load in patients with mild, symptomatic COVID-19 infection,” reads the study. “Patients in the NONS treatment arm demonstrated viral loads, as determined from PCR testing of nose and throat swab sampling, that were lower at days 2 and 4 by a factor of 16.2 than those on placebo, and symptom resolution was also found to be faster on NONS treatment than on placebo in this study.”

Lower SARS-CoV-2 RNA loads in patients with NONS may be beneficial in the prevention of SARS-CoV-2 transmission. It has been described that higher viral loads in patients with SARS-CoV-2 earlier than SARS-CoV may have contributed to greater difficulties in reducing the onward transmission. Furthermore, it has been observed that the risk of symptomatic COVID-19 was associated with the SARS-CoV-2 RNA levels of contacts and incubation time was shortened in a dose-dependent manner.

Accelerated SARS-CoV-2 clearance with NONS may reduce symptom duration, decrease infectivity period, reduce hospital admissions, and lower disease severity. Consequently, this study could be used as supporting evidence for emergency use of NONS for patients with mild COVID-19 infection.

According to SaNOtize, researchers from Utah State University were able to kill 99.9% of SARS-CoV-2 in a petri dish within two minutes.

The company, whose board includes Prof. Ferid Murad of Stanford University – who won the Nobel Prize in 1998 for discovering the properties of nitric oxide, signed an agreement with Indian biotech Glenmark earlier this month to manufacture, market and distribute NONS throughout Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia Hong Kong, Taiwan, Nepal, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste and Vietnam.

According to SaNOtize Chief Science Officer, Dr. Chris Miller, the nasal spray is a ‘post-exposure’ prevention akin to hand sanitizer.

“If you are outside, around people, and could be infected, you could use the spray and reduce the number of viruses in the nose, before it is becoming a full-blown infection. We have shown that even when people have a very high load of virus, the spray can significantly reduce the viral load,” Miller said in May.

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  1. bogsidebunny says:

    Kamala has gone under the desk and proven Spermicide spray works to kill loads in the esophagus, so I guess they can go out on a limb to show this Nitric Oxide will do the same for viral Covid loads in the windpipe.

  2. Drew45.8 says:

    Toldja so. The product is called Enovid (NO for nitric oxide, -vid for an antiviral spray, similar to the -vir for an antiviral injection), and is made in Israel. It was rolled out to Israel and Bahrain in mid July. It works. Period. It has zero side effects, because your own body makes nitric oxide in your blood vessels and in your nose to fight infections. So this stuff is just a bigger spritz of something completely natural to you. Initially the spray will retail for around $43, but that price is expected to drop 50-75% as production increases. Now that large parts of east Asia are getting on board, that price drop should be soon.

    The sad part is, NO has been known as a super antiviral for 22 years, and the SaNOtize product has been around since BEFORE the initial lockdown in March 2020. But unlike the ineffective “vaccines”, a treatment that actually works has taken 17 months of trials before making any kind of public appearance, and is still likely YEARS away from getting even EUA approval in the US or Canada. And the damn stuff was developed in Canada.

    Damn, the Covid treatment forums have been talking about NO since January 2020. WTH did it take this long, given the “war footing emergency” we were told treatments, PPE, ventilators, etc were put under? Direct NO inhalers have been on the market for years to the heavy workout crowd. This Enovid is not the same thing, as they somehow encapsulate the gas in some slow release coating, possibly a liposomal (cover it in fat) approach.

    Now, you guys go and have fun with the unmentioned fact that … a large part of your immune system lives in your intestines. This is why the “gut biome” is so important to keep in top shape via pro-biotics. M’kay? And the Covid virus can hang out in your intestines for quite some time after it has been cleared out of your lungs. And it turns out that NO, just like ozone, will kill the virus in your intestines. Which need to be colon cleansed first, and then inflated with the gas like they do with air when you get a colonoscopy. So here we are … treating this virus by figuratively blowing smoke up your ass … and it works. It works better than PVP-I nasal sprays in that it lasts much longer, and is effective in your lungs too. Very little PVP-I nasal spritz makes its way into your lungs, and the combined gargle and nasal misting of it only provides about 4 hours protection, not several days. However the PVP-I approach kills a higher amount of the virus on direct contact.

  3. Drew45.8 says:

    Sadly, SaNOtize may be begging for the flack and the jokes, as they used a recycled name for their product.

    Enovid was the name of the original birth control pill sold in the USA by Searle in 1960. It had a very high level of hormones in it; every birth control pill since then has used much less. In other parts of the world their product was called Enavid.

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