- Written by Lisa Baughn
How about an simple recipe with easily found ingredients to make your own Throat Gargle and Sinus Rinse? Here is an easy recipe with items you probably have on hand! Fight winter germs, sore throat, chronic throat conditions and sinus infections with this easy, DIY sinus rinse and gargle. Then stay healthy frugally!
- 16 oz filtered water
- 1 tablespoon sea salt
- 1 tablespoon peroxide
- 4 drops iodine
In 16 oz filtered water (please do not use tap water) mix salt, peroxide, iodine and shake well.
For sore throat or a chronic throat condition, gargle this mixture as often as possible, for as long as you can. While at home, this can be done every 20 minutes, the ideal to kick it out of your system.
For sinus infectios or chronic sinus condition, use with a Neti Pot once a day. Neti Pots work well when used as directed, so be sure to follow the directions, NEVER use tap water and always clean it out well.
People with chronic sinus issues can use this in a Neti Pot daily over time, which may help control the problem!
Article below is from Dr Feingold's, his diet is phenomenal! http://www.feingold.org/
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