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sinus problem

(4 Posts)
biglips Fri 06-May-05 12:03:55

ive started a thread a while ago but cannot find it under "search archive messages"... ive ordered the syringes to flush my sinus that ive had problems with for years, i just want to know what to put in the syringe? i know bicar of soda and water.. anything else?

Nemo1977 Fri 06-May-05 12:05:13

think u can get a saline solution which is a sterile water to do it

tiny01 Fri 06-May-05 13:03:25

my mum had a sinus problem for ever it seamed and tried everything and had lots of anti-biotics but nothing worked untill her brother told her to sniff salt water about four times a day for a day or two. She tried it and although she nearly gagged each time it was fantastic and cleared it up for her. Something about the sulpher when the salt reacts with the water. have a go if you can bear it. Just a half a teaspoon of salt to half cup of warm water and snort it up.

Enid Fri 06-May-05 13:04:27

warm salty water is brilliant I second tiny's suggestion

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