Are you ready to FINALLY get some sinus relief?

Over 31 million Americans get sinus infections each year. 

Let US help YOU get better!

Do you have chronic or recurring sinus problems? Are you getting sick and tired of constantly coughing, hacking and blowing your nose? You may benefit from a sinus rinse! Read below to learn more about sinus rinses and see if it could be a good therapy for you!

Sinus Rinses

A sinus rinse can have many names such as (sinus irrigation, sinus wash, nasal irrigation, nasal flush, etc.), and can come in many forms including sinus rinse bottles, nebulizers, neti-pots, sinugators, or a Navage. These instruments dispense a saline or medicated solution into your sinus cavity to flush out allergens, dirt, mucous or pollen that may be causing you any type of discomfort.

Sinus rinses can be done with non-medicated over the counter solutions or your healthcare provider can prescribe a prescription medication to add to your sinus rinse to treat a specific problem like allergies or sinus infections.

Benefits of a Medicated Sinus Rinse

There are many benefits to using a sinus rinse. One of the most important features is how a medicated sinus rinse specifically targets the problem area. With a sinus rinse, you are administering the medication directly to the affected area – keeping the rest of your body from experiencing side effects. Other benefits of sinus rinses include:

  • Reduce allergens by removing allergenic particles
    • Helps with nasal congestion
    • Aids in post nasal drip
  • Removes mucous, allowing the medication to reach the nasal tissues
  • Reduce swelling in the nasal cavity – therefore increasing airflow
  • Reduce symptoms and risk of sinus infections by removing bacteria and viruses
  • Can offer instant relief when experiencing a “plugged up” head

Not only are sinus rinses incredibly effective – but they are an inexpensive way to help you start feeling better!

When to use a Sinus Rinse

Most everyone can benefit from using a sinus rinse. Rinsing out your sinus at least once daily (no more than twice) clears out allergens, dirt, mucous and pollen from your nasal cavity.

Many people may use a saline sinus rinse when they have a cold or sinus infection. This is an easy and inexpensive way to rid your sinuses of any allergens or bacteria that may be causing your head cold/sinus infection.

How to Use a Sinus Rinse:

  1. Purchase a sinus rinse kit. You can do this by visiting our online store or calling the pharmacy. One of our technicians will be happy to assist you.
  2. Once you have your sinus rinse kit in hand, you will want to make sure you have the following contents (1 & 2 should be included in your kit):
    1. Sinus rinse bottle
    2. Saline packets
    3. Purified water OR previously boiled & cooled water
  3. Fill your sinus rinse bottle to the fill line with your purified water.
  4. Add a saline packet to your sinus rinse to make a saline solution.
  5. Place one finger over the tip of the cap and shake the bottle until the mixture has dissolved.
  6. In front of a sink, bend forward to your comfort level and tilt your head down. Keeping your mouth open and without holding your breath, place the tip of the bottle in your nostril.
  7. Squeeze the bottle gently until the solution starts draining from the opposite nostril. Use half of the solution in your left nostril and half in your right nostril.
  8. Repeat for the opposite nostril.
  9. Blow your nose gently to get rid of anything still lingering in your nasal cavity.
  10. Clean the bottle and cap. Let air dry on a clean paper towel.

Sinus Rinse Video Tutorial

Buy your sinus rinse bottle now!

Bottle + 5 Premixed Packets

Bottle + 50 Premixed Packets

100 Premixed Packets