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[Amazon Canada] HOT! Hydrasense Full Stream 100ml $8.97 & 210ml $15.99 ($7.62 & $13.59 with 15% S&S)

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[Amazon Canada] HOT! Hydrasense Full Stream 100ml $8.97 & 210ml $15.99 ($7.62 & $13.59 with 15% S&S)

HOT PRICE after the S&S discount! Hydrasense Full Stream 100ml $8.97 & 210ml $15.99 ($7.62 & $13.59 with 15% S&S)

Perfect for cold/flu/allergy season!

*PSA* Subscribe & Save option give FREE SHIPPING & NO MINIMUM order amount. Just make sure you cancel the subscription before the next cycle and you're good to go.
Also.....if you need multiples of the same item.... create an individual subscription for EACH item inorder to fulfill the 5 subscription requirement to get the maximum 15% S&S discount.


Clinically proven to help reduce and relieve nasal cold symptoms such as nasal obstruction and secretion, and related sinus pressure
• 100% Natural-source seawater
• Facilitates better breathing
• For children aged 12+ and adults

100ml version: https://www.amazon.ca/hydraSense-Full-S ... B00MCC16IY
210ml version: https://www.amazon.ca/hydraSense-Full-S ... B00MUHRDBK

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I believe these are cheaper at Costco. I remember paying $20 for 2x210 ml bottles.
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manicdvln wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 1:51 pm
You guys do realize it's just distilled water with salt. You can make this yourself. And it is not clinically proven any of this works. Worse yet, if water gets contaminated, you introducing bad stuff to your brain.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tap-water- ... ion-finds/
Um... It states on the packaging it is sterilized sea water. Not the same as tap water referenced in your link. These are compressed sealed containers and not those neti pot types that give you packets to mix with water.

Infact Making it yourself would cause a much higher chance of introducing something contaminated into your Brain
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manicdvln wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 1:51 pm
You guys do realize it's just distilled water with salt. You can make this yourself. And it is not clinically proven any of this works. Worse yet, if water gets contaminated, you introducing bad stuff to your brain.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tap-water- ... ion-finds/
I'd love to find a cheaper alternative too... But how do you propel it up your nose? I saw the dry packets where you add boiled water (and wait for it to cool down), but I don't know how you're supposed to send it up your nose.
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TheWalrus wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 2:21 pm
I'd love to find a cheaper alternative too... But how do you propel it up your nose? I saw the dry packets where you add boiled water (and wait for it to cool down), but I don't know how you're supposed to send it up your nose.
a neti poti or any ez-squeeze sports bottle (with a decent sprout) will work. Key is to block off 1 nasal passage, and let the water run out of the other side. And be sure to breathe thru your mouth, so that you block off the airflow from your ear and nose.
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also wanted to point out that this only relieves the symptoms and make it easier to bare. You would need to do further work to identify that allergen or fight off the sickness that caused the mucus build up in the first place.
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Looking at the costco east thread this week, theyre 18.39 for 2.
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T-DOT wrote:
Jan 8th, 2018 4:46 pm
Looking at the costco east thread this week, theyre 18.39 for 2.
Only medium stream or do they have full stream as well?
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The 100ml is same price at walmart.
I use this constantly. The full stream work great and really clears everything out.
Didnt know they have it at costco. Thanks for that info.
Do they also have full stream? In the pic its only medium.
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Thanks OP! Free shipping with S&S makes this very convenient for those who are not close to a Walmart or Costco.
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This is a good and convenient option. This has been scientifically proven to help with sinus infections. Neilmed and hydrasense also make a Netirinse type bottle. Used with salt/bicarb packets and distilled or boiled (then cooled) water is a cheaper but less convenient equivalent option - but those bottles need to be changed out every three months and cleaned and dried nightly. Netipots may not work as well because they are less likely to penitrate sinuses and work mainly in the nasal cavity.

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