How to Make Saline Nasal Spray

A cheap alternative to the costly Saline Nasal Sprays.

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Measure out 8 ounces of Distilled water, if not Distilled water then boil tap water. I'm using tap water.

Measure out 8 ounces of Distilled water, if not Distilled water then boil tap water. I'm using tap water.

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If it's tap water, then boil it for one minute. If it's Distilled water, then just warm the water up a bit. DO NOT USE UN-BOILED TAP WATER TO RINSE YOUR NASAL.

If it's tap water, then boil it for one minute. If it's Distilled water, then just warm the water up a bit. DO NOT USE UN-BOILED TAP WATER TO RINSE YOUR NASAL.

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Mix 1/4 teaspoon of Baking Soda and 1/4 teaspoon of Kosher salt into the boiled/warmed water. You CAN use regular salt also. After mixed, let the water cool to room temperature.

Mix 1/4 teaspoon of Baking Soda and 1/4 teaspoon of Kosher salt into the boiled/warmed water. You CAN use regular salt also. After mixed, let the water cool to room temperature.

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Pour the mixed Saline spray into a clean cup.

Pour the mixed Saline spray into a clean cup.

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Use a clean bulb syringe to suck the Saline Nasal Spray into. Tilt your head back and gently rinse your nasal cavity. Let it sit for a few seconds until you feel you need to blow your nose. Repeat.

Use a clean bulb syringe to suck the Saline Nasal Spray into. Tilt your head back and gently rinse your nasal cavity. Let it sit for a few seconds until you feel you need to blow your nose. Repeat.

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