9/27/12

Nasal Rinse Recipe Cures Sinus Infections


Step 1: Add oils with Dendritic Salt base
1/2 cup Dendritic Salt: Dendritic salt a form of ordinary table, sodium chloride, but the crystals formed into a star shape which absorbs twice as much liquid and dissolves twice as fast as table salt.
1 teaspoon Eucalyptus Oil
2/3 teaspoon Spearmint Oil
1/3 teaspoon Lemongrass Oil
Step 2: Mix thoroughly in sealed plastic container by shaking repeatedly.
Step 3: Add 4 cups of Fine Grain (uniodized) Sea Salt to the base and continue to mix thoroughly by repeated forceful shaking to make certain the ingredients are evenly dispersed. 

NOTE: For an extra kick you can add (¼ teaspoon) of finely ground cayenne pepper. This salt can be used with any nasal rinse bottle or neti pot. It can also be dissolved into distilled water and used as a homemade nasal spray. Indications: Use as daily and as needed to relieve and prevent allergy symptoms and sinus infections. www.Greensations.com

3 comments:

  1. Works like charm. I have been rinsing with saline for many years and it is very effective, but this recipe takes it to the next level. I have a bunch of my friends doing this now and none of us have had sinus infections or allergy problems since. thanks

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  2. I have chronic trigeminal nerve (behind the nose) pain, and use Sinus Buster to deal with it effectively, but because my allergies are so bad, if I use the product long-term I'm likely to become allergic to some of its ingredients. I'd like to make a homemade version and just add water to the ingredient that manages my nerve pain, the cayenne powder.
    How much water would I add to the 1/4 teaspoon finely ground cayenne powder to make a nasal spray that will continue to deal with my nerve pain but not be too hot for my sinus membranes?

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    1. sorry i don't have an answer for this but i have the same question. How do you make your own Sinus Buster-like nasal spray using cayenne pepper?

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