NeilMed Sinus Rinse Complete Kit 50 Sachets
- A Volume Therapeutic Saline Nasal Irrigation and Moisturizing System
- Sinus Rinse helps Alleviate: Nasal Allergies and Dryness
- Nasal Irritation from occupational dust, fumes, animal dander, grass, pollen, smoke, smog and house dust
- Post Nasal Drip and Congestion
- Advantages: Preservative, Iodine and Latex Free
- A volume, therapeutic, saline nasal irrigation & moisturizing system
- Soothing, pH balanced, isotonic solution with no burning or stinging
- Preservative, iodine and latex free
- Custom designed cap to fit any nasal opening
- 90 day money back guarantee
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The original & patented Sinus Rinse Kit. No. 1 physician prescribed OTC nasal rinse. Soothing; moisturizing. For large volume & low pressure. Saline nasal irrigation, moisturization and daily nasal hygiene. Suitable for use during pregnancy. Make NeilMed's Sinus Rinse an essential part of your daily hygiene - like brushing your teeth, washing your hands or taking a shower. Natural sinus care has never been easier. Advantages: Soothing, no burning or stinging large volume & low pressure system for saline nasal irrigation, moisturization and daily nasal hygiene; Single-piece, custom-designed rounded cap fits any nasal opening. No push and pull components make for easy cleaning; Preservative, drug, iodine, BPA, gluten and latex free; Premixed packets of USP grade sodium chloride & sodium bicarbonate (purity level 99% or higher); Excellent cleansing prior to spraying nasal corticosteroids; pH balanced & isotonic, or hypertonic with two or more packets; Smooth flow with easy-squeeze bottle; Empties 95% in upright position; Suitable for use after sinus surgery and during pregnancy. Consult your physician with concerns; Portable for travel. Kit includes: 1 custom designed cap; 1 rinse bottle 8 oz (240 ml); 1 tube; 50 packets of USP grade (purity level 99% or higher) sodium chloride & sodium bicarbonate mixture (pH balanced, natural ingredients, isotonic, preservative free & iodine free); Educational brochure. Sinus Rinse Nasal Rinse Kit comes with 50 packets of easy to dispense USP grade, preservative-free sodium chloride and sodium bicarbonate mixture (pH balanced & isotonic for maximum comfort). Easy-squeeze bottle comes with volume marker. Each packet is precisely measured to mix with 8 oz (240 ml) of lukewarm distilled or previously bottled water, taking the guesswork out of preparing this solution. The kit also contains an educational brochure with directions for use. CE listed. No CFCs. Contains no CFC which deplete ozone layer.
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Top Customer Reviews
Since I've gone the antibiotics route so many times before, I feared going that route one more time would end up fueling some sort of mutant bacteria that would eventually jump out of my nostrils and beat my dog up or something... What did my poor little pooch ever do to them??? :(
As I laid in bed, curled up in a ball whimpering, my wife, not able to bear the thought of her husband turning into yet another infantile big baby, decided to take matters into her own hands. She drove off to the pharmacy and returned with a box that looked like a cubed infomercial... Short of asking the camera guy if he was still following, it pretty much had every other base covered. Sham Wow!
Anyway, I was a bit skeptic but in too much pain to really care what the consequences were (which, at this point, I thought would mostly involve my wife's own amusement at my expense)... So, I read the instructions on the outside of the box, the inside of the box, the instruction booklet, the bottle... By the time you're done reading this thing from every flap on the box you'll have a Dr's degree on rinsing your sinuses. Diploma still pending, I filled the thing up with warm water and mixed it in with the provided solution...
I wasted no time... Went straight for the kill. I about passed out when I witnessed what followed... The first words out of my mouth (as soon as all the salty and gooey water finished dripping off of it) were "SWEETIE, COME TAKE A LOOK!"
I never knew such grotesque (spelling?) matter could come out of the human body... At least from that end.Read more ›
Well, it is pretty weird to think about shooting water up your nose (childhood memories of turning upside down in the pool surfaced--ouch) but I finally got desperate enough to try it. And it does feel pretty weird the first few times, but I am now using this twice a day almost every day. It actually feels really good and it is amazing how much gunk comes out even when I feel relatively clear. It's not as entertaining as a Biore strip, but hey, what is?
Here are a few thoughts that are more random than the numbering might indicate:
1. I aim the nozzle tip at the opposite eye rather than straight up, and that seems to rinse better and not give me the upside-down-in-the-pool headache. The headache did happen a couple of times when I first was learning to use it and it hurts just like I remembered. Once I figured out the right angle it doesn't happen, so don't let that deter you.
2. It does travel easily, but my main problem is either being able to boil water or getting distilled water. I do not use water straight from the tap at home (boiling water at home no problem as I have an electric kettle) or traveling (one hotel I stay at frequently has very moldy pipes--can I shoot what I'm allergic to directly into my sinuses? Can I?), and that is the one pita. Otherwise, the packets and bottle are easy. I even carry a dry dock with me to hang it up on the mirror in the hotel.
3. The great thing about this kit is the pressure and speed it moves the saline solution.Read more ›
The first couple of times I used it I thought it was horrible and I suspected I would discontinue the use of the product. And then a strange thing happened... I began to breath better than I had in years. Air flowed through my nasal passages freely. I smelled things I hadn't smelled in years. The drainage began to decrease. I became more comfortable with the process and soon purchased the extra-large (16oz) Sinus Rinse bottle. Today I use 16oz (two cups) in each nostril twice a day (total 8 cups/day) and I literally cannot believe the difference the sinus rinsing process makes. To those who are turned off by the process the first time you try it, I would say that you get used to the process fairly quickly and while I would not describe it as particularly pleasant, it is not nearly as unpleasant now as the first couple of times I went through the process. And the benefits FAR outweigh any small bit of unpleasantness. The easiest place to perform this is in the shower.
The first week, a lot of mucus was flushed out but since I began using the large bottle and rinsing twice a day, very little excess mucus is in there to be rinsed out. I warm my bottle in the microwave (Careful! You want the water comfortable warm, NEVER hot. ALWAYS TEST the temperature with your finger BEFORE you rinse your nose.)
My doctor recommended NOT purchasing the pre-measured salt packets.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Finally a mixture I can use. There's something mixed in others my allergy does not like. Not in this one...perfectPublished 3 days ago by Dennis J Miles
Website advertises a kit. This does NOT include the rinse bottle. Very deceptive!!!!Published 9 days ago by Snertnharold
It is salt solution for a nasal wash. How much more do you need to know?Published 13 days ago by BruisedKnuckleHead
Bye bye sinus infection. It was amazing to watch the transformation after using this for 5 days in a row. A+!Published 16 days ago by Brandi Fitzgerald
I never thought I could squirt the liquid into my nose - but, it was not bad at all and seems to be very effective. The directions are clear and it works!Published 17 days ago by Christine Dial
I'm so glad I ever learned about this sinus rinse. I would have thought it was gross or disgusting, but after being told by a doctor that it was such a good product and trying... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Peg