Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Novid is effective at alleviating nasal congestion associated with allergies, colds and viral infections. If you don't see a question here, please send us an email at


Is Novid nasal spray addictive?

Novid™ is unlike other OTC nasal sprays that can become addictive with long-term use and cause damage to nasal and sinus membranes. 

How frequently can I use Novid?

Novid can be used 3-4 times per day and as needed for nasal congestion, runny nose and symptoms associated with viral colds and sinus infections.

How do I use Novid?

Novid™ can be sprayed into the nasal passages using 2-3 squirts each side.  It is best to allow it to coat the nasal passages for at least 30 seconds before blowing your nose.

What exactly are Fulvic Minerals and what are their health benefits?

Now depleted, our water and top soil were once rich with fulvic acid; a naturally occurring compound with extraordinary characteristics containing all the building blocks of life:

• Up to 102 trace minerals

• Polyphenols

• Electrolytes

• Antioxidants

• Amino Acids

• Peptides

Each of the amazing components of fulvic acid helps your body in a different way. Together they work as a symphony.

How can I use Novid for nasal protection?

This is a concept of providing yourself individual protection from catching colds or other viral infections when in a large crowd or in close contact with potentially infected individuals.  If you know that you are going to be in a large crowd, you can use Novid™ nasal spray prior to exposure and afterwards to
provide some personal protection.

How long is Novid safe to use?

Because Novid™ does NOT contain ingredients that are addictive or harmful to nasal membranes, it can be used indefinitely to control symptoms.  Always consult your personal physician to determine if Novid™ is right for you if you have any questions.

Can I be allergic to Novid?

Novid™ formulation has been used for over 15 years to treat patients with allergy, nasal and sinus symptoms with very few side effects.  Although this is rare, any unusual reaction to Novid™ should prompt you to consult your personal physician after stopping its use.