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No extra charge for the oil slick

Water from the English Channel is being bottled and sold as a remedy for blocked noses in the US.

Pharmaceutical experts are charging £10 for the water from a busy shipping lane off the coast of Saint Malo.

Drugs company Shering-Plough says its Afrin PureSea Hydrating Nasal Rinse is ‘the only nasal rinse product made of 100% purified seawater’.

via English Channel water

March 9, 2009 Posted by | Medical, medicine | , | Comments Off on No extra charge for the oil slick