Nasaline® Salt -12 oz. Pouch

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Nasaline® Salt 12 oz. Pouch

Nasaline® is widely recognized by the health care community as an excellent device used to treat nasal symptoms. With its patented silicone tip, Nasaline® produces a gentle, effective stream that soothes dry nasal passages and gently washes away excess mucous, crusty secretions, pollen and irritants — naturally.

Nasaline® Salt is 99.99% purified sodium chloride specifically manufactured for use in mixing saline solution. Nasaline® Salt contains no additive or preservatives. For use with nasal rinsing devices such as squeeze bottles, neti pots and nasal syringes. Includes ½ tsp measuring spoon. Mix 1 scoop (½ tsp.) with 1 cup (8 oz) of warm water. Makes 136 cups of saline solution.

Use sterile, boiled (and cooled) or distilled water only.

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