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Monika (Surrey BC) on 12/29/2022:
Denise (California) on 10/06/2022:
Joe (Pittsburgh, Pa) on 01/02/2022:
sshz (annapolis, md) on 12/28/2021:
About a week ago I was reading about the benefits of coconut oil and decided to take a few drops and put it deep into my nostrils. I also mix a bit in my netti pot with warm water.
So, I'm using steam, coconut oil drops and the netti pot with warm water and some oil. The improvement has been nothing short of amazing. I even cancelled a doctor appointment I had scheduled for tomorrow.
I'm a new guy of late, my mood is a lot better, and I'm not obsessing over my nasal issues any more. I strongly recommend everyone try this remedy, it's been nothing short of amazing.
Jenna (Nc) on 06/01/2017:
Eric (San Juan Capistrano, Ca) on 04/17/2017:
Thanks everyone for the conversation and tips. Hope we all feel better soon!
Plumington (Yorkshire) on 03/23/2017:
I put a teaspoon of coconut oil in my morning cup of peppermint tea and gargle with it. Make sure that it goes right to the back of the throats and if possible above the upper pallet.
I also oil pull with it every morning and take a teaspoon before every meal.
I had suffered sinus problems for years and all of the above have provided me with a new lease of life, especially gargling or any method of getting the CO onto the upper palle.
ACV is also v good mixed 50 / 50 with water (1/2 a cup of each) and inhaled as steam.
Jwrife (Walnut Creek, Ca) on 03/05/2017:
I have two saline rinse squeeze bottles, and decided to modify one to make it better at delivering coconut oil with the saline rinse. Oil naturally rises to the top when mixed with water, which means no matter how much you shake the bottle, you'll get almost only water out until the mix is almost all gone, since the inlet to the deliver tube is at the bottom of the bottle. So, I took a tiny drill bit (you could use a hot pin or needle too) to put a 2 tiny holes in the plastic tube right up near the top. So when you squeeze water comes up from the bottom but some of the oil floating on the surface is mixed in through the tiny holes. In this way you are bathing your sinuses with the oil/saltwater mix with every squeeze, start to finish.
Barb (Santa Clarita, Ca) on 01/14/2017:
I put organic coconut oil on a q-tip and suaved one nostril and tossed that q-tip in the trash, used a clean q-tip and started this process for the second nostril.
Dee269 (Las Vegas, Nv) on 01/05/2017: