iHerb Customer Reviews
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Recipe for chronic sinusitis
Posted by Reviewer2012636 on Feb 25, 2013
1st thing in the morning: #1: 2 squirts sinus plumber in each nostril. No need to inhale deeply. Inhale gently 2-3 seconds after last spray. #2: 3-4 squirts of a a simple preservative nasal spray soon after. Inhale deeply. #3: Start hot shower and let the steam penetrate your sinuses. Gently blow nose in shower and try and get all thick mucous out of sinus cavity. #4: Rinse sinuses with a neti pot, neilmed or grossman sinus irrigation unit. Use warm water, buffered sodium packet, 1 tablespoon glycerin, 1 drop of peppermint essential oil, 1 drop eucalyptus essential oil. Add essential oils to glycerin prior to adding to water...Seems to help with dispersion. Really has helped me.
So glad I found this product and bought it from iHerb
Posted by Reviewer2808924 on Sep 12, 2013
Yes, the hype is correct. It's amazing. It works. I'm going to use it forever...as a matter of fact, I'm going to marry it. It changed my life...I can breathe every day now without a stuffed up head and nose. Buy it!
Posted by 5613778600171152992 on Apr 27, 2013
I was looking for a spray without chemicals to open my nostrils, having tried salt water spray and extra powerful saltwater spray (with no effect whatsoever) I turned to this. In addition to also having no effect whatsoever this product also had adverse effects on me, intense stinging pain, enduring even after I couldn't bear it anymore and went to blow my nose.
Posted by 5749223927435311732 on Mar 19, 2015
Great product. Unfortunately because I reside in Canada the shipping and import duties costs were simply outrageous . Too bad this product is not allowed to be sold in Canada. Next purchase will be more thoroughly researched and hopefully will be able to have this product shipped and received at a substantially lower cost.
Natural Help for Allergy's
Posted by 4648796501711443727 on May 21, 2015
I was surprised that the horseradish wasn't stronger since it didn't seem to burn when used. I prefer the original Allergy Buster with stinging nettles but this product seem to help nasal symptoms somewhat.
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