NeilMed Sinugator Cordless Pulsating Nasal Wash with 30 Premixed Packets
|Price:||($1.28 / Count)|
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|Item weight||1.3 Pounds|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||14.5 x 9.1 x 17.5 centimetres|
|Unit count||30 Count|
About this item
- Soothing, No Burning or Stinging
- Preservative, Drug, Iodine, BPA, Gluten and Latex Free
- Premixed Packets of USP Grade Sodium Chloride
- Batteries : 3 AA batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 14.48 x 9.14 x 17.53 cm; 589.67 Grams
- Date First Available : 10 May 2018
- Manufacturer : NeilMed
- ASIN : B00CQ7IBFG
- Item Model Number : B00CQ7IBFG
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Sinugator Cordless Pulsating Nasal Wash with 30 Premixed Packets. Sinugator Nasal Wash 1. Soothing, No Burning or Stinging, Large Volume & Low PressureTM System for Saline Nasal Irrigation, Moisturization & Daily Nasal Hygiene. Preservative, Drug, Iodine, BPA, Gluten and Latex Free. Premixed Packets of USP Grade Sodium Chloride & Sodium Bicarbonate (Purity level 99% or higher). Pulsatile flow. Suitable for use after sinus surgery and during pregnancy. Consult your physician with concerns.
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It's possibly best used for routine maintenance, so to speak.
The leaflet contains similar instructions to the bottles. I confess I have always ignored the instruction not to use tapwater, which appears to be directed at those who don't have the purity of supply we British normally enjoy from our water companies; I have never had any problems. Likewise, I always use ordinary kitchen salt, having read in the excellent book on sinusitis by the former director of both the Harvard medical school and the Massachusets General Hospital (once voted best in the USA), that this is all you need. Again, no problems.