How to use a neti pot correctly and nasal saline irrigation at home
Learn how to use a neti pot correctly and use a nasal saline rinse to do a saline nasal flush for nasal irrigation at home!
WHY NETI POT:
The saline nasal rinse can be used for a stuffy nose, runny nose and congestion from a cold, flu and allergies. And If you’ve just purchased my Neti Pot Sinus Rinse Bottle on Amazon then it’s time to learn how to use it and do the saline rinse properly for maximum benefit, so let’s begin!
NETI POT SINUS RINSE BOTTLE BY ABRAHAM THE PHARMACIST:
Take your saline rinse game to the next level with my Neti Pot Sinus Rinse Bottle! Experience the difference today by adding it to your home medical kit. Whether it's a runny nose, stuffy nose, cold and flu congestion, post-nasal drip causing a dry cough, or pesky allergies – this little wonder handles it all. Try it today, now available on Amazon,
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SAVE ON COSTLY SALT SACHETS:
With our neti pot sinus rinse bottle we prioritize simplicity and effectiveness, which is why we don't include salt sachets. Instead, we provide clear instructions on how to make your own saline mix at home using common household non-iodized salt and save on costly salt sachets.
For written instructions on how to make your saline solution and use your neti pot sinus rinse bottle visit: https://www.abrahamthepharmacist.com/neti-pot-sinus-rinse-bottle
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About this video: Searching how to use a neti pot correctly? In this video, Advanced Medical Practitioner Abraham Khodadi, MPharm(Hons)IPresc MScACP shares how to use a nasal saline rinse to do a saline nasal flush for nasal irrigation at home!