Protection from Cold, Flu, Pollution, Cigarette smoke and Allergens
May 23, 2017


Meet Dr. Brunst

I am Dr. Robert Brunst, and I have practiced primary care medicine for over 35 years. I have treated several hundred patients with upper respiratory infections and cases of flu. Overwhelmingly, patients’ infection vectors were sick persons in close proximity who were coughing, sneezing or laughing loudly.


Looking more closely, I determined that airborne viruses and bacteria are transmitted by aerosolized particles expelled by infected individuals at a distance of 5 to 7 feet, before settling on the ground are significantly less contagious.

If you are in a situation such as an airplane, theater, restaurant or waiting room where you are within 7 feet of a coughing or sneezing sick person you are at risk of being infected. On average, 1 in 9 people are suffering from some form of the transmittable respiratory condition.

After much research, lab testing and trials, I have designed a filter worn in the nose that stops these aerosolized infected particles. Research shows 92% to 94% of breathing is done through the nose. Nose Budz™ stop these infectious particles, but allow for comfortable breathing.

Allergens and Pollens are much larger than viruses and bacteria and are also easily stopped by Nose Budz™ filtration.

Furthermore, the filters are designed so that they are only engaged during inhalation and bypassed during exhalation. This prevents the filters from becoming blocked with exhaled respiratory mucous and moisture.

The filters are comfortable to wear, come in three sizes for optimal fit, and are barely noticeable. They can be worn for up to 12 hours and can be removed and re-inserted as needed. If you frequently find yourself in a populated, dense environment, travel by plane, bus, or train, work with the public or in healthcare, or just want to dramatically reduce your risk of inhaled infections, you need to protect yourself with Nose Budz™ —the patent pending nasal filtration device that protects you from the unpleasantness of getting sick and losing your valuable time.

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