Spiral tubes are part of the “cure” that is now being touted for the common cold.
They are used to suck in air from the lungs, where it is pumped into the bloodstream and then out through the nose, and can sometimes cause asthma.
But scientists and health professionals say they don’t work.
They also say they do not provide a way to reduce the risk of spreading the cold to other people.
The spiral tube, like the other devices, have been widely used in the past and have been shown to have positive health benefits, including reducing the risk for colds and promoting the immune system.
But the health problems of spirals are real, said Dr Eileen O’Donnell, a professor at the University of Edinburgh.
Dr O’Neill said she had been studying spirals for decades.
“The spirals that are on the market are manufactured from glass, and it’s not clear that the glass in them actually stops air from entering the lungs,” she said.
“I think we know for a fact that the way that they work is that they get air through the tube and then that air goes into the blood and the blood circulates around the body.”
And we know from animal studies that that can lead to inflammation, which in turn can lead asthmatics to get a cold, and then we know that the inflammation can be a side effect of the cold, too.
We need to ban them. “
So I think the spirals need to be banned.
We need to ban them.
They have been used in a number of clinical trials and they have been proven to have health benefits.
And I think we should do the same for these devices, to try and stop people getting colds from these devices.”
But Dr O’Noe said she was not convinced that spirals were effective as a cold cure.
She said there was a lack of evidence to support the claims made by some manufacturers that they were effective.
“They have to do more research on what actually happens in the lungs to actually work and to show that these devices really do work, but that doesn’t mean that we should stop using them,” she told the programme.
“There are some things that we know about lung function that can be helpful and we need to look at those things and then use the evidence that we have to make a judgment about whether they’re really effective.”
Dr O’sDonnell also pointed out that the devices used to treat the common chill in the US are not the same as those used in other parts of the world.
In Australia, people with COPD can get the colds that people with the cold can get with the spirulums.
But Dr O’sNoe is sceptical about the effectiveness of the spiruls as a cure for the virus.
The problem with using spirulas, she said, is that “there is a risk of the tubes becoming contaminated.
So that’s a concern for some people.””
I would have to see a real clinical trial with people in a real setting to say whether they actually work, and I’m not sure that it’s a safe way to try to make people feel better,” she added.
But many experts in the field of viral medicine agree that there are problems with using the spirulas in clinical trials.
Dr David Mennell, a consultant infectious diseases physician at Melbourne’s Royal Melbourne Hospital, said there were some very good scientific reasons for using spirals in trials.
He said there had been some very promising clinical trials using spiruls, including one that compared the efficacy of the devices to a placebo.
However, he said there could also be a “chilling effect” if the spirulators were used in trials that were “highly controlled”.
“We know that people can have a bad reaction to spirulens in that they don.
So that’s one concern we have.
And then there are also concerns about the risks of people using the devices, including asthma.
So we are very cautious when we are testing the devices,” he said.
This year, the International Society for Clinical Microbiology and Immunology published a list of some of the most promising antiviral drugs that were not currently on the FDA approval waiting list.
It was made up of more than 90 drugs and includes three products that were developed by British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca.
One of those, called Gaventa, is used to help treat the respiratory infections that occur in people with asthma.
There are also other drugs, called Sabin or Avonex, that are being developed to treat lung infections.
But Dr Mennoll said there wasn’t enough evidence to justify using spirula treatments in people who had asthma.
“We don’t think that it is a safe medicine,” he told the ABC