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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Neti pot for nasal irrigation


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Have you ever tried a nasal rinse treatment for halitosis with a netti/neti pot using baking soda and salt? I find it helps just as the bath does for the body.

It is very inexpensive, and you can get the netti pot at your local pharmacy. You can mix half of 1/4 tsp of salt (without iodine) and 1/4 tsp of baking soda inside your netti pot with warm distilled water (or boiled tap water). My doctor suggests that the salt not contain iodine because it may be irritating.

Here’s a video that shows you how it works. This nasal rinse was recommended to me by my allergy and asthma doctor and by my acupuncturist to treat infection and to remove allergens that may be lodged in my nasal passages. By removing the odorous mucous layer that sits in your sinuses and may cause post-nasal drip, it helps remove the odor. If you have a minor sinus infection, it ia usually resolves it in a matter of a few days, if not sooner, unless the infection is very bad.

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