Natural Allergy, Sinus and Cold Relief
30 Pre-mixed Packets
Suitable for use after sinus surgery and during pregnancy.
COLD • SINUS • CONGESTION
PROVIDES RELIEF FROM:
Nasal allergies, dryness & hay fever
Sinus pressure and nasal stuffinuss
Post-nasal drip and nasal congestion
Nasal symptoms from flu and cold
Nasal irritation from occupational and house dust, fumes, animal dander, grass, pollen, and smoke
Contents: One Porcelain Neti Pot, 30 Premixed Packets and Educational Brochure
NeilMed QUALITY POLICY AND GUARANTEE
NeilMed is the #1 brand in North America for large volume saline nasal irrigation devices. Our goal is to ensure the highest possible quality, safety, effectiveness and ease of use for our devices at an affordable price. We are highly committed to meeting applicable regulatory, customer and quality standards, and achieving increasing level of customer satisfaction.
NeilMed prides itself on its high quality products and values customer satisfaction. Our policy is to provide a full money-back guarantee within 120 days if you are unsatisfied for any reason. Today, we support medical research at several university medical centers. I assure you that you will be very satisfied with the NeilMed brand of products and the NeilMed way of customer service.
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Nasal irritation from occupational and house dust, fumes, animal dander, grass, pollen, smoke, etc. Post-nasal drip and nasal congestion
NeilMed SINUS RINSE
Why Nesal Irrigation?
Some amount of mucus production from the nasal and sinus lining is normal. However, allergies and infections will cause excessive mucus production. This creates nasal and sinus symptoms such as a runny stuffy nose and post-nasal drip. When you perform a nasal rinse, you wash away excess mucus and infants such as pollen, dust particles, pollutants and bacteria, thus reducing inflammation of the mucus membrane. Normal mucosa will fight infections and allergies better, and symptoms may be reduced.
What are allergens?
Allergens are usually organic particles that attach to the nasal mucosa or respiratory mucosa and lead to the development of an antibody, which creates a series of chemicals reactions leading to allergic symptoms. Each individual's reaction to allergen exposure is different. The same amount of exposure to allergen can cause mild , moderate, or severe reactions in different people. Some may not react at all. Those with moderate to severe reactions will have symptoms.
There are indoor allergens as well as outdoor allergens. Examples of indoor allergens include dust mites, molds, pet dander (from animals and birds) and pets. Examples of outdoor allergens are pollen, grass, wood dust, and mold. Other substances such as a cigarette smoke, perfume and aerosol spray can be irritants and worsen allergy and sinus symptoms, or can act as allergens themselves.