In an article published on Newsweek’s website on September 11th, they raise some of the same points about the value of Sanotize’s Enovid NONS nasal spray in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic that we have been writing about here for many months.
The proven value of Enovid isn’t the only reason for the growing pressure on the FDA for some new thinking on how to expand the basket of preventative measures against the rampant delta variant that’s claiming thousands of new victims every day. The problem is becoming a major reason for the dramatic fall in the approval rating of the Biden administration. As Newsweek says, “with his job approval rating plunging and the Delta variant of Covid19 still raging, President Biden this evening laid out new directives…to try to get the virus under control.” But everything the government is doing is focused on vaccines. For unknown reasons, they seem to be avoiding approving a supplementary preventative measure that has been proven to work in keeping infections at bay – nasal sprays.
When you read the Newsweek article, you can sense some frustration. Why are the Federal Drug Administration and the Center for Disease Control putting up unnecessary barriers? There’s a body of evidence on the effectiveness of nasal sprays in keeping the virus out of the body before it can infect the lungs. Companies like SaNOtize have proven products that are already helping thousands of people to stay healthy every day.
A Quick Look at How Enovid Works
Some features of nitric oxide form the basis of the particular way that Enovid works. Its co-inventor, Dr. Gilly Regev, calls Enovid “a hand sanitizer equivalent for the nose.” It creates a chemical barrier of nitric oxide, which is known for its antiviral and antimicrobial qualities, inside the nasal cavities. It also forms a physical barrier in the nasal passages to stop viruses and microbes from finding a surface to penetrate. The nitric oxide means this is a special spray that doesn’t just block viruses but actually kills them. It has been proven to start working within a couple of minutes after administration and go on for up to 72 hours, reducing the viral load inside your nose before the virus can find its way down into the lungs.
What has been the FDA and CDC response?
As the Newsweek article says, the responses so far have been strictly bureaucratic “by the rules” answers to the request for them to issue the same Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for nasal sprays as they gave to the vaccinations back at the beginning of the pandemic. In fact, until just this month, the vaccines being used, like Pfizer and Moderna, were not approved by the FDA – their use was only permitted because they had an EUA. Without full approval or an EUA, drug companies can’t make any claims about antiviral effects in advertising and marketing.
Both the FDA and the CDC have refused to issue the EUA permission on the grounds that the research done by the company so far in independent studies on Enovid’s effectiveness was only in terms of how it treats the symptoms, and not in terms of viral load reduction. But SaNOtize’s research, published in a peer-reviewed journal, showed that in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 2 trial that evaluated confirmed cases of COVID-19, early treatment with Enovid significantly reduced the level of SARS-CoV-2, including in patients with high viral loads. The average viral load in the first 24 hours declined by about 95%. Within 72 hours, the load dropped by more than 99%.
Is Enovid being Marketed as an Alternative to Vaccination?
We can say without any fear of contradiction that every time we recommend the use of Enovid, it is a supplement to add more protection for people who have been properly vaccinated, never as an alternative to vaccination. As we have always said, vaccination is the safest and most effective way to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Enovid is a fully tested, safe and effective barrier against COVID-19 that you can carry around in your pocket, and use whenever you are exposed to extra risks of infection, like elevators, shopping malls, entertainment centers, restaurants – anywhere that there are people nearby who’s level of immunization you don’t know. Enovid allows you to get back to a more normal life, without the constant fear that someone near you will infect you with their virus.
Do you Have to Wait for the FDA to Approve Enovid?
No! Enovid is available over-the-counter without a doctor’s prescription, and can only be sold by a pharmacy. The demand for Enovid has been outstripping the initial capacity of the producers, but now output is building up, and we offer delivery within a few days. Because we have been leading in the promotion of Enovid all over the world, we have terrific supply-lines ready to meet the expected demand once the FDA approves the spray, but in the meantime, don’t wait.