Zip Sinus Away with Sinuzip

One of my biggest finds during this pandemic is in a small pack of powdered solution that can bring you relief once added with hot water. In fact, just the lemon aroma it produces after adding hot water, relief can already be felt.

Sinuzup is a powdered solution with lemon flavor that can provide relief for colds and flu, as it is an analgesic/decongestant (Paracetamol + Phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride). Paracetamol is used to relieve pain, discomfort and to reduce fever while Phenylpropanolamine is a nasal decongestant used to provide relief of nasal and upper respiratory congestion. Because of its unique soluble solution, it is absorbed faster into the body that is why it results to faster relief compared to other tablets/capsules.

Once any symptoms for colds and flu like clogged nose, runny nose, headache, fever, chills, body pain and sore throat is felt, take Sinuzip as soon as it can help you with quick relief. Pour content of 1 sachet of Sinuzip in a cup of hot water, not boiling. Stir until dissolved. You can also add sugar, honey or usual sweetener, if you want to sweetened. It is recommended that you take it every 4-6 hours.

Sinuzip doesn’t require subscription and can be bought over-the-counter. But please note that those who are in medication, and is suffering other health conditions, it is better to consult your doctor first before taking Sinuzip. Children below is not recommended, as efficacy and safety has not been established yet, but it is relatively safe for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

Available in Lemon (box of 10, Php100 and box of 50, Php500) and Lemon with Green Tea (box of 50, Php500). Get it in any branches of Mercury Drug, The Generics Pharmacy, and St. Joseph Drugstore and other independent drugstores nationwide or buy online at and get Free shipping for a minimum purchase of 500php.


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