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A Topical Gel that Reduces Inhalation of Harmful Airborne Contaminants

June 24, 2020




Kanika Wahi, the Co-Founder and Co-Inventor of newly patented enhanced formulation of NasalGuard technology a division of Trutek joins eHealth Radio and the Allergy & Health News Channels. Trutek is a privately held company which has developed innovative airborne contamination prevention medical devices, nasal particle blockers and skincare products.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Kanika Wahi discuss the following:

  1. What is NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker?
  2. How does it work to block Airborne Allergens?
  3. Does it prevent a Virus or even the Coronavirus?
  4. And is it safe for children and pregnant women? Or to use with other Drugs?
  5. Tell me about the “Breathe Easier Donation” program.




NasalGuard® Airborne Particle Blocker® is an electrostatic topical nasal gel that prevents airborne particles from entering the nose. The product is drug-free and safe for children, the elderly, pregnant or nursing women, and those concerned about potential drug interactions with other medications.

During these uncertain times, NasalGuard is a unique product that can help people protect themselves from harmful airborne particles! Healthcare workers on the front lines of the pandemic, physicians and other medical personnel, are in desperate need of creative solutions amidst the lack of personal protective gear and supplies that help block harmful airborne pathogens. To help support healthcare workers on the front lines, NasalGuard Airborne Particle Blocker is launching the “Breathe Easier Healthcare Workers Donation Program". Through the program, NasalGuard is offering free donations to any health care professional that would like to try NasalGuard gel for themselves, their hospital or requests are considered and all that is needed is a statement of profession, doctor office/hospital, and quantity needed.

Requests can be emailed to Shaheda at or by going to


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