Why a Home Made Nasal Saline Solution is Best

Published: 08th February 2010
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One of the most common problems that persons have to deal with is nasal congestion. Everybody takes the simple nose for granted, but when it's stuffed up, the nose becomes more of an concern than a sore toe. A clear nose makes the difference between a good night's sleep and a night full of tossing and turning. There are many, many separate strategies and treatments "out there" to aid nasal congestion. The fact that there are so many different strategies is a good sign that there is no good remedy that works really well. If there was, it would rise to the top. We think that our "nasal solution" may well become that one invention that rises to the top.

One of the most common ways to try to treat nasal congestion is by squirting or sniffing something into the nose. But there is a fundamental no-win situation with this approach: if you're going to promote something like this, a remedy that is sniffed into the nose, and if you're going to have it sit on a store shelf, you need to put preservatives in the product. Now here's the problem: these preservatives produce nasal stuffiness all by themselves. So if you're using a nasal spray to treat allergies or to treat a sinus infection, you may be making things worse by using the spray you bought in the store. Of course you're not likely to be aware of this and you're likely to attribute the recurrence of stuffiness to the underlying condition.

We have a "better nasal solution": develop something that you can make at home. If you make your nasal saline solution at home then you can have a pure product completely devoidof chemicals that may undermine your very treatment goals. That's why we created the Rhinosnort recipe. We provide for you the guidelines and directions to make your own nasal saline solution. It just so happens that it is more effective than the stuff you can buy over the counter!!

So the next time you have a need to treat nasal congestion or a "runny nose" or nasal allergies, turn to the best home made nasal solution on the planet: Rhinosnort, "your nasal solution".

Stanley Lang, M.D.

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