NeilMed Sinus Rinse

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Our family has been using a very simple and inexpensive remedy to over come colds and flu. It is so easy to use and so effective that it almost unbelievable. Every one that I have told about this products swears it works as well as I’ve said…and it is easy, inexpensive, and has no side effects.

Check out the NeilMed Sinus Rinse and the lowest price on the internet. Plus, if you are in need right away, it is carried at Walgreen’s and Walmart.


Basically, you simply fill with warm water and a pre-measured saline packet that is included with each bottle kit. Shake it up and place it up against the nostril. Gently squeeze, taking turns in each nostril. The solution with irrigate the sinus cavity and remove built up mucus. It is a bit messy and gross, so keep some paper towels nearby for easy clean-up. Over all, it is quick and easy with lasting effects. In fact, if you get enough of the mucus out the first day, you may not need to use it again until the next time you have a cold.

We’ve been using NeilMed’s Sinus Rinse Regular Bottle Kit for about 5 years now. the average usage per illness is 3 times.

What’s the cost?

NeilMed Sinus Rinse Saline Nasal Rinse, Premixed Packets, 50 ct. is $10.95 and includes the bottle and 50 rinse packets for the price of 22 cents per rinse.

Also check out the Neilmed’s Sinus Rinse, Pediatric, Bottle Kit for Saline Nasal Rinse for younger children. I’ve found that children as young as 4 years old can do this on their own and usually are willing to do it again because it brings so much relief.

The average number of times we use the rinse is 3 per illness for a cost of 66 cents per illness.
 
Cost of over-the-counter remedies:
This is hard to come to exact amounts due to the vast number of possible remedies. So, I’ll make some average assumptions.
Most remedies have about 12 doses per bottle or box, for an average hourly use of 4-6 hours of relief. A bottle of Sudafed PE Cold and Couch is $7.50, making the use of this product 63 cents per dose. The average person uses about 5 days of medicine for most colds, sometimes as much as 14 days.
5 days, 6 times a day at 63 cents = $18.90
14 days,  4 times a day at 63 cents = $35.28
These estimates seem a little high to me, but even if you cut those in half you’ll find that NeilMed Sinus Rinse Saline Nasal Rinse, Premixed Packets, 50 ct. costs MUCH less than most over-the-counter remedies that are ingested. Also, it is cost effective to stock up on without being tracked by the government every time you buy it.
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I love finding ways to simplify my life and save money at the same time. I will show you how, too! Over the past 25 years I've mastered the art of making our funds go farther and purchase more. Living the dream!

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