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... The main reason I use the "upside down" irrigation is to ward off or treat sinus infections. ... (11 replies)
... I have found a simple, inexpensive method of irrigation that effectively treats my sinuses and either prevents or heals my sinus infections. ... (11 replies)
... You can use a neti pot or attachment for a water pic. Just do a google search for "neti pot" and you can find the procedure described. You could use a saline nasal spray to irrigate, but it isn't necessary and would be more expensive. (2 replies)

... I hear people talk about the use of nasal irrigation to help clear a stuffy nose. What exaclty is this procedure? ... (2 replies)
... times a day. More irrigation is better, in general. Bend at the waist and keep your mouth open. Earn a gold star by washing it up hard enought to wash out your mouth! ... (3 replies)
... times a day. More irrigation is better, in general. Bend at the waist and keep your mouth open. Earn a gold star by washing it up hard enought to wash out your mouth! ... (0 replies)
... Okay. Irrigation isnt bad as it was in my first post. I use a saline spray bottle now to administer the solution. ... (7 replies)
... Irrigation saline solution: 1 cup boiled water, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon plain salt. Stir to dissolve, strain thru paper coffee filter, put into clean nasal spray bottles. LET COOL before using. This solution should be made fresh every week. There are no preservatives and you do not want little critters growing in it. (6 replies)
... My secret is nasal irrigation with common table salt and baking soda. Wow! The 1st day I started using it and the very next day I could eat dairy again. ... (2 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. Before I take my morning shower, I hang my head over the sink and squirt the liquid up one nostril, suck it up a little further, then blow it out, then do the... (4 replies)
Nasal irrigation
Oct 25, 2004
... I use the premixed salt and baking soda too, except that I order it from a place in California. One of the ENT's insisted I use it. It actually does a good job for me. ... (11 replies)
... I'm so glad the new solution helped you. Just so you know, you can add more baking soda if you need to, just don't let the amount of baking soda exceed the amount of salt. ... (7 replies)
... I make my own using salt and baking soda, usually. Sometimes I use salt water with a little vinegar or a little hydrogen peroxide if I have quite a lot of congestion. (2 replies)
... infective mixture deep into the swollen sinus cavities, so that it can kill the infection. The mixture of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda is very powerful. ... (4 replies)
... I believe there are sinurinse bottle (c v s has them), i think there is one called neilmed sinus rinse. I haven't used the bottle but a neti pot. I prefer the sinucleanse pre-measured packets. It has the salt (NOT table salt) and baking soda. The directions say use 1-2 packets but i can only use 1/2 a packet per side. You would use the same stuff for the bottle (4 replies)
... teaspoon baking soda per 8 oz of water. ... (2 replies)
... be sure the temp is no more than 100 degrees,ive been using regular tap water for over 2 years since my sinus surgery, a pinch of baking soda and reg salt,helps kill the acidic qualities of the water,and makes it a little less irritating. i do have some celtic salt ive used. ... (2 replies)
... Which brand do you use? Some are very strong. You can purchase Breathe-ease powder which allows you to make your own as strong or as gentle as you'd like. IMHO breathe-ease is more gentle than making your own from salt and baking soda. But if your throat still hurts after using a gentle solution, I would suspect that it is the mucus draining that is causing your throat... (6 replies)
... or baking soda to how much water. I have water from my own well. Can I use this in place of distilled water? ... (6 replies)
... I make my own solution with Real Salt & baking soda in distilled water & I've never had a problem with burning. Good Luck! (6 replies)

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