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[Amazon.ca] NeilMed Sinus Rinse Refill Packets 100 Pack - $12.99

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[Amazon.ca] NeilMed Sinus Rinse Refill Packets 100 Pack - $12.99

NeilMed Sinus Rinse Refill Packets 100 Pack - $12.99

https://www.amazon.ca/NeilMed-Sinus-Rin ... B00L8VOZR4

Note. This requires you to already own a Neilmed Sinus Rinse pot (which many RFD's already own & prefer over those Saline Solution Sprays)

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Nasal Allergies, Dryness and Hay Fever, Sinus Pressure and Nasal Stuffiness, Nasal Symptoms from Flu and Cold, Nasal Irritation from Occupational and House Dust, Fumes, Animal Dander, Grass, Pollen, Smoke, etc., Post Nasal Drip and Nasal Congestion
Sed with NeilMed's Sinus Rinse Kit, NasaFlo Neti Pot or Sinugator
Preservative, Drug, Iodine, BPA, Gluten and Latex Free
Suitable for use after sinus surgery and during pregnancy
Excellent cleansing prior to spraying nasal corticosteroids

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Thanks, this is a fantastic price
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So these are just salt packets? Why not use diluted table salt.
With time, everything will go on sale...
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Free shipping for Prime, too.
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Jaegerjaque wrote: So these are just salt packets? Why not use diluted table salt.
That's all it is. And yes you can do that as well.
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djpr wrote: That's all it is. And yes you can do that as well.
This is not true. Table salt contains iodine, which can be an irritant. These packets also contain sodium bicarbonate (baking soda).
Yes, you can make your own: https://blogs.bcm.edu/2014/08/20/saline ... gy-relief/ but don't use table salt.

Saline Irrigation Formula
Ingredients

Salt-containing no iodide or preservatives (these can be irritating)
Baking soda
8 ounces (1 cup) of distilled or boiled water
Directions

Mix 3 heaping teaspoons of salt with 1 rounded teaspoon of baking soda and store in a small Ziplock bag.
Add 1 teaspoon of the mixture to 8 ounces (1 cup) of lukewarm distilled or boiled water. Use less to make a less concentrated salt solution if burning or stinging is experienced.

For $13.00, 100 packets should last a year or more.
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smacd wrote: This is not true. Table salt contains iodine, which can be an irritant. These packets also contain sodium bicarbonate (baking soda).
Yes, you can make your own: https://blogs.bcm.edu/2014/08/20/saline ... gy-relief/ but don't use table salt.

Saline Irrigation Formula
Ingredients

Salt-containing no iodide or preservatives (these can be irritating)
Baking soda
8 ounces (1 cup) of distilled or boiled water
Directions

Mix 3 heaping teaspoons of salt with 1 rounded teaspoon of baking soda and store in a small Ziplock bag.
Add 1 teaspoon of the mixture to 8 ounces (1 cup) of lukewarm distilled or boiled water. Use less to make a less concentrated salt solution if burning or stinging is experienced.

For $13.00, 100 packets should last a year or more.
You don't have to use table salt. Sea salt is fine.
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djpr wrote: You don't have to use table salt. Sea salt is fine.
The question you replied to was "Why not use diluted table salt."
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Just used these last week with my cold. They work well to help with stuffy noses.
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Thanked and ordered.
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If you travel south of the border Costco US has this package on promotion now.
Kit Includes 2 Squeeze Bottles, 1 NasalMist Saline Spray, 250 Premixed Packets
Paid $16 US in the warehouse.
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Thanks OP, My kid goes through these like crazy...
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My doctor has me watching my sodium, so I use Mrs. Dash instead. Other than the constant burning nosebleed and occasional blindness it's a great substitute for the pre-mixed packs.

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