Bio Spectrum Extra Strength Nasadol is the product that revolutionized the way CBD is delivered to the brain. More powerful and faster acting than oils or rubs, Nasadol requires less product for greater relief.* Nasal delivery of CBD is 6-8 times more efficient than taking oral tablets. Nasal delivery also results in the most efficient transfer to the brain where you want the effects.* How do I use Nasadol nasal sprays? Nasadol nasal sprays are easy to use. Twist off the cap from the bottle at the tamper-evident seal. Shake the bottle and place the spray nozzle barely into your nostril. Compress the sprayer. Let the fine mist find you! Sniff gently. Don’t snort. Snorting hurts and can inflame your sinuses. And, snorting will draw the mist down to your throat where it won’t do as much good. A slight sting or warmth shortly after use is normal and harmless. Don’t share Nasadol or any nasal spray. Sharing could spread infections.* How often can I use Bio Spectrum Extra Strength Nasadol CBD? You can use Nasadol as often as you need, or enjoy it. While you can’t overdose, CBD has a therapeutic range unique to you. We suggest starting with one gentle sniff in each nostril 2 times a day, at least ½ hour apart, and increasing the frequency up to 4-6 times daily as you need.* Why did Nasadol CBD nasal spray add Limonene to our mist? Limonene is a terpene, or natural chemical found in plants, and Limonene is found in high concentrations in the peels of citrus fruits. It is also a dominant terpene in cannabis flowers. People smell orange, lime, lemon and grapefruit in this wonderful terpene. Limonene not only dictates the distinct smell of citrus fruits and cannabis, it can also act on receptors and neurotransmitters and enhance CBD activity. Some of Limonene’s studied effects include: Elevated mood. Stress relief. Antifungal properties. Antibacterial properties. May help relieve heartburn and gastric reflux. Improves absorption of other terpenes and cannabinoids, like CBD by way of the skin, mucous membranes, and digestive tract.