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Nasal Rinse - Nasal Irrigation Systems & Sinus Rinse

Sinus irrigation and nasal rinsing is a great way to cleanse the sinuses and nasal passages of irritants like pollen, dust, and mucus. ScripHessco offers a wide variety of safe and effective sinus irrigation supplies and solutions to help you get relief from sinus congestion, allergies, and colds. Our saline solutions are non-toxic and gentle, making them safe for daily use. They can help soothe dry and irritated nasal passages, and can even be used by those with sensitive skin. Sinus irrigation can also help prevent sinus infections by washing away bacteria and other germs before they have a chance to take hold. If you suffer from sinus congestion, allergies, or colds, consider using sinus irrigation and nasal rinsing as part of your regular care routine. ScripHessco has everything you need to get started, including pre-mixed saline solutions, individual packets of dry salt, nebulizers, and more. Shop our full inventory of nasal irrigation and sinus rinses today at consistently low prices and start feeling better tomorrow!

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  1. Sinucleanse Saline Refills 60/Package Sinucleanse Saline Refills 60/Package
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    Nasaline® Salt Packs (50) Nasaline® Salt Packs (50)
    $8.69 Special Price $6.45
  3. Sinucleanse Squeeze Bottle Nasal Wash SinuCleanse® Squeeze Nasal Bottle Wash
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    Nasaline® Junior Nasaline® Junior
    $16.29 Special Price $12.21
  5. The SinuCleanse® Neti Pot The SinuCleanse® Neti Pot Nasal Wash System
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    Nasaline® Salt -12 oz. Pouch Nasaline® Salt -12 oz. Pouch
    $6.29 Special Price $4.70
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    Nasaline® Saline Solution Salt 24 oz Pouch Nasaline® Saline Solution Salt 24 oz Pouch
    $14.83 Special Price $11.12
  8. Roscoe nebGO Portable Handheld Nebulizer Roscoe nebGO Portable Handheld Nebulizer
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What does a nasal rinse do?

The primary function of your nose is to filter air on the way to your lungs. To aid this process, your nose has tiny hair-like filaments called cilia. These filaments trap bacteria and other foreign particles and wave them onto your throat within nasal mucus. As a result, potentially harmful bacteria and other particles bypass your lungs and get destroyed by your stomach acid after you swallow. However, inflammation and dryness can cause your mucus to thicken and disrupt the motion of the cilia, causing bacteria and other particles to accumulate in the sinus. This chain of actions promotes nasal congestion, infections, and headache. Fortunately, you can tame these symptoms with a simple and potent nasal and sinus treatment called a nasal rinse. It can neutralize your symptoms by thinning mucus and cleaning your nasal passages.

How often should you do a nasal rinse?

Daily nasal rinses should be enough to treat your sinus problem. But you can do it twice a day when needed. Eventually, you will most likely be able to manage your nasal symptoms by doing a sinus rinse three times a week. When used correctly, there is no risk of over-rinsing because the pre-measured saline mixture in products like Nasaline® Nasal Irrigation System is safe, medication-free, pH balanced, and sterile.

Is nasal irrigation effective for sinus infections?

The primary factor with sinus problems and allergies is the change in mucus consistency. Thick mucus doesn't allow your cilia to do their job of removing bacteria and irritating particles from your nasal passages. Fortunately, nasal irrigation products like the SinuCleanse® Neti Pot Nasal Wash System can successfully ease sinus symptoms by thinning out the mucus, especially when it's dry or crusty. In addition, research confirms that antibiotic treatments and products like the SinuCleanse® Squeeze Nasal Bottle Wash are highly effective in fighting sinus infections.

Are regular nasal rinses healthy?

Regular use of nasal rinses is healthy. However, long-term, daily use of a nasal irrigator may mask a severe health problem. This possibility is why doctors suggest nasal rinses in moderation. If your nasal problems exceed three weeks, you should contact your doctor for more advanced treatment.

How can I flush my sinuses at home?

You can flush your sinuses at home by delivering saline to your nasal passages with a nasal spray bottle. However, a nasal irrigation system works better in eliminating mucus, bacteria, and allergens from your nose. The first step in your nasal rinse is mixing the solution. After filling an 8-ounce container with lukewarm distilled water, mix in a saline ingredient like a Nasaline® Salt Pack. You should always use distilled water because tap water can contain bacteria, amoebas, or protozoa.

Once you have mixed the solution, tilt your body over a sink and turn your head to one side. Next, use a device like a Roscoe nebGO Portable Handheld Nebulizer to pour the solution into your upper nostril as you breathe through your mouth. After pouring half of the saline into your nose, discontinue pouring and clear your nostril by blowing the contents into the sink. Then, turn your head to the other side and repeat the process for the other nostril.

Is nasal irrigation painful?

Most nasal irrigation users get relief from nasal problems without any side effects. However, some users experience side effects, such as stinging or slight irritation. Nosebleeds can occur. But they are scarce. You can decrease your chances of experiencing these side effects by reducing the amount of salt in your solution, reducing the frequency of use, or adjusting the water temperature. To avoid infection, use distilled and sterile water with every application, boiling the water beforehand. Most importantly, always use high-quality treatment supplies that you can buy from

Can sinus rinse make the condition worse?

If done improperly, a sinus rinse can worsen your condition by introducing infection. You can prevent possible complications by thoroughly cleaning all nasal irrigation devices and allowing them to completely dry, preferably air dry. Always use distilled or pre-boiled water to cut the risk of germs entering your nose. In addition, you should replace your neti pot, nasal spray bottle, or nebulizer after about three months.