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Flight nasal spray??????

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We are going to be traveling from California to France, and have just read about "Flight Spray"; a product sold by Magellan's.com. It's all natural and alcohol-free, and claims to help keep your sinuses spared from "dry aircraft cabins, recycled air, and sneezing, coughing passengers". It claims to "help prevent viral infections by creating an unsuitable environment for inhaled germs to reproduce". It comes in a 1 oz. spray bottle for $16.50. We are all about being as germ free as possible, which is a tall challenge when enclosed in a plane for some many hours, and we definitely want to be in good health and ready for our trip upon arrival. Has anyone used this product or do you have something else to recommend? I don't mind paying that price if it is a good product, but Megellan's, in IMHO, runs on the pricey side.

Thanking you in advance for your help.

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