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... t of baking soda and glycerin in one neti pot? ... (16 replies)
... I started using a Neti Pot about a year ago. ... (2 replies)
... ve allergies, especially to odors, dust, etc. I was using a Neti Pot every single day, but my ENT recommended I use one of the squeeze type bottles, he said the Neti Pot uses gravity flow, and I needed more force to flush the crud out. He gave me a recipe for the solution, and I mix it each morning. ... (16 replies)

... ended the same kind of thing because he's been doing it for many years and it helps his sinuses tremendously. He just snorts back the mixture of water, salt, and baking soda, and then blows it back out. Works great for him. ... (19 replies)
... I think it can. Make sure you have the right ratio of water to salt and that the salt dissolves. I think you add Baking Soda to the salt mixture as a buffer. ... (16 replies)
... at a med supply store, and a water pik at Target. ... (6 replies)
... Hopefully I haven't replied too late for you to see this! I can only relate to my personal experience, but for perennial allergic rhinitis (all-year-round, non-hayfever allergies), dust mites are a common agitator and, for me, give very similar symptoms to those you experience in the morning. They thrive in bedding and other damp fabrics, gobbling up human skin flakes, and... (2 replies)
... I have tried Claritin and an assortment of nose sprays, non of which seemed to do anything. I have tried the Neti pot method, which did seem to help, but caused an ear infection, so I stopped that. ... (4 replies)
... Mine have only been irritated when I used too much salt or too little, and the water was too hot. ... (14 replies)
... Abrie, there is another Allergies thread called "Neti Pot Solution Question" from maybe January or February of this year you may want to read. ... (4 replies)
... of baking soda. ... (9 replies)
... So this does not give relief the first couple of days? My understanding is the rebound congestion goes away on its own after 3 or 4 days of suffering. I need something that works right away. Maybe a sledgehammer Thanks for your quick reply. :) (49 replies)
... Hi, I have done it both ways. I usually only mix sea salt and baking soda. ... (49 replies)
... I agree, everyone is different. I am curious to see if your process is similar to mine. I have read many posts where people get water in their nose and it comes out the same nostril kind of like snorting it. But they do not flush it from one side out the other. ... (14 replies)
... and baking soda. ... (3 replies)
... pot I used distilled water, a pinch of pure sea salt and a pinch of baking soda. Thank you for the suggestions. ... (23 replies)
... Try taking Sudafed 12 Hour (120mg pseudoephedrine) every 12 hours. Once a day, put a spray of Afrin into each nostril, then use a neti pot (1 cup of warm, freshly boiled water, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/4 teaspoon baking soda) Do this every day for a week (9 replies)
... Wow, every day I see more people complaining about PND. I hardly no anyone around my area who has it, except for my mom. My b/f has never had it! What a lucky duck. :) Well, I do have it and it is running my life! I have had it for 1.5 years. It used to come for 3 weeks and leave for 2 months now for the past 3 mos. it has been going strong 24/7. I understand about... (12 replies)

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