Aldosterone (Aldo-Spray™)

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Aldosterone is a hormone known to regulate essential salts and blood pressure in the body. Aldosterone secretion may also hold the key to loss of hearing.

Aldosterones important role in maintaining the bodys delicate balance of water and essential salts impacts our blood pressure health.

As a treatment for hearing loss, Aldosterone also offers a viable alternative to hearing aids and surgery.


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  • Chemical Aldosterone hormone.
    Package 5 ml bottle containing a total of 10 mg aldosterone and a proprietary mix of vegetable oils.
    Properties Aldosterone is a steroid hormone of the mineral corticoid family and is produced by the outer section (zona glomerulosa) of the adrenal cortex in the adrenal gland. It plays a central role in regulation of hearing acting on the rows of hair cells in the cochlea. It also plays a central role regulating blood pressure by acting on the distal tubules and collecting ducts of the nephron, increasing reabsorption of ions and water in the kidney, to cause the conservation of sodium, secretion of potassium, increased water retention, and increased blood pressure. High levels of aldosterone are associated with cardiovascular and renal disease, and thus, it should be measured regularly in blood and urine tests.
    Directions Apply one spray to each ear canal only once daily by tilting the head to the side (each spray is 125 micrograms). The maximum daily allowance for adults is 250 micrograms per ear canal. The maximum dosage to be given at one time is 125 micrograms per ear canal. Check blood pressure. Antihypertensive drugs interfere with the action of aldosterone. Aldo-Spray™ may also be applied topically to the skin to improve the appearance of periorbital rhytids or crow’s feet. Aldo-Spray™ may also be used nasally to prevent rhinitis and a systemic aldosterone deficiency. Before bedtime, one should gently clean the ear canals with a cotton swab or bud or by washing them with soap and water.
    Caution Do not press the spray nozzle deep into the ear canal and against the eardrum. Do not spray more than one spray per ear canal. More than one spray per ear canal may cause sensitively to loud sounds in the environment, such as background music or the sirens from ambulances. Although the hypertensive action of aldosterone is minimal when applied in the ear canal and in normal doses, it should be administered with caution if increased blood pressure is to be avoided. In cases of hypertension, advanced arteriosclerosis and epilepsy, this product should not be used.
    Contraindications Coronary insufficiency, halothane or cyclopropane anesthetic.
    Interactions Aldosterone is incompatible with all antihypertensive medications and with meds that interfere or block the angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE).
    Side Effects: Side effects of a general nature are related to the hypertensive activity described under ‘caution’. With normal physiologic doses of 125 micrograms or less, side effects are very mild or non-existent. Occasionally, it may produce ear canal itchiness if the ear canal is infected with fungus. Occasionally, it may cause headaches, conjunctivitis, sore throat, nausea, and abdominal pain especially if not used as directed.
    Intoxication and its treatment: Symptoms of intoxication appear following the taking of very high doses, causing gastrointestinal upsets, intestinal hypermotility, increased blood pressure, collapse, stenocardiac disorders, cold sweats, pallor, problems in renal functioning, convulsions if there is already a predisposition, (for example, in the cases of epilepsy and ecampsia), and eventual uterine tetanization if taken during pregnancy. Treatment- Symptomatic therapy is only necessary in extreme cases: control of the circulatory system, or the hydrosaline metabolism and diuresis.
    Presentation and use In cases of itching ear canals caused by fungus, one must first treat with an antifungal remedy such as Nystatin© or ProEar™. Upon clearing the ear canal of fungus, apply the 5 ml spray bottle containing Aldo-Spray™ by (1) Remove cap and squeezing 3 times before the first spray. (2) Tilt the head to the side and introduce the spray bottle vertically into one ear canal and squeeze once. The patient should use a finger to gently press the opening of the ear canal for improved spray distribution. (3) Replace cap after use.
    Storage: The preparation may be kept at room temperature providing it is in a cool and dry place out of sunlight; it can also be kept in the cooler part of a fridge (i.e. the door). Once opened use and discard after three months.
    Precautions: Keep this and all other medicines out of the reach of children. This product is not intended for use by pregnant or lactating women. This information does not replace your physician’s advice, always seek and follow your physician’s advice.


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