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... t of baking soda and glycerin in one neti pot? ... (16 replies)
... be sure to mix it up well, and store it in the airtight container. You can adjust the balance of salt to baking soda to find a comfortable ratio. ... (16 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)

... I also add some glycerin in my neti pot mix. ... (2 replies)
... with a turkey baster. The solution needs to be poured into the sinus', not squirted. Health food stores and speciality, organic, grocery stores generally carry neti pots. If I use a commercial net pot salt mix, it burns and causes problems for a couple days. I've found that sea salt works best. ... (19 replies)
... term it would cause us problems. We mix only a little at a time. ... (16 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)
... beta glucan. Another thing that works well is flushing out your sinuses. The proper way to do this is with something called a neti pot. It kinda looks like a mini tea pot. Anyways you mix warm water and salt together then you use the pot to rinse your nose out. ... (5 replies)
... Here is something from a web site that describes it: The Saline Solution A saline solution for irrigation is easy to make. To make an isotonic solution (one similar to the salt content of your bodily fluids), mix 1/4-teaspoon salt in an 8-ounce glass of warm water and add a pinch (1/4-tsp.) of baking soda. Discard any unused solution. You may chose to use filtered or... (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)
... There's another thing you can try. Have you ever heard of a neti pot? ... (8 replies)

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