It Should Not Be Uncomfortable: Tips for the Perfect Nasal Wash
It Should Not Be Uncomfortable: Tips for the Perfect Nasal Wash.
For centuries, nasal irrigation has been the natural remedy of choice for people suffering from seasonal allergies, colds and chronic sinus problems. The practice, which stems from yoga traditions in India, helps flush out and clean your nasal passages with nothing more than saltwater. Improvements have been made to the saltwater formula over time, and there are many products available in the marketplace today claiming to be the best.
Recently, many of our customers have had questions about whether or not nasal washing should burn or not and the answer is NO, it should not burn. People with chronic sinusitis and mold allergies should always follow the instructions for the isotonic solution within the Nasopure instructions (see below). If the wash is burning, one should reduce the amount of the buffered salt packet or the amount of CitriDrops Dietary Supplement that is being added to the isotonic solution until there is no discomfort. One should add one drop of CitriDrops Dietary Supplement per 1 oz. of distilled water to every nasal wash to kill mold spores. If you experience any unpleasant symptoms, discontinue use and rinse out your sinuses with your saline solution. Do NOT use tap water as the chlorine will damage nasal cilia.