Talk to your pharmacist . In December 2016, the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) recommended that Naloxone Nasal Spray, when indicated for emergency use for opioid overdose, be made available as a Schedule II drug. This means that any patient or patient’s agent can obtain NARCAN™ Nasal Spray directly from a community pharmacist without a prescription. Call your local pharmacy beforehand to confirm that they have NARCAN™ Nasal Spray in-stock; if the pharmacy does not stock NARCAN™ Nasal Spray they can likely order it on your behalf. 2 In some provinces*, NARCAN™ Nasal Spray has made an unscheduled drug, meaning that it can be purchased outside of pharmacies.
*Check with your local pharmacist about how to access NARCAN™ Nasal Spray in your province.
Honey and Cinnamon: These two ingredients work together to fight post-nasal drip because they both contain natural antibacterial properties. Since post-nasal drip is often caused by an upper respiratory infection, these properties can hinder the growth of the bacteria without harsh side effects. When combining this mixture, it's best to use organic honey harvested locally because it contains allergens from your area. Although this may sound counterproductive, when you ingest allergens in small doses, the body builds up immunity to them. Organic cinnamon is also ideal, although regular cinnamon found in all grocery stores will suffice. If you're suffering from post-nasal drip, make this mixture and take one tablespoon twice a day.