Nebulize In The Comfort Of Your Own Home

October 7, 2014

Sick With MaskFall is here, and we’ve already got a month of colds under our belt. Enterovirus, rhinovirus, and more illnesses are hogging health headlines.

Are you familiar with the story of the ant and the cricket? The ant wisely prepares for winter, while the cricket is busy partying. It’s time for us all to spend some time being the ant, as this winter is promising to be long, cold, and full of respiratory illnesses.

Part of that is making sure you’re stocked up on immune supporting products and tools for winter.

Have you ever tried a nebulizer? It’s a great tool to have on hand during cold and flu season, and you can have your very own, to use in the comfort of your own home.

If you tried one long ago, you may remember them as loud. In the past, I’ve advised reading while using them, because it’s hard to sleep or zone out in front of the TV (which is great when you don’t feel well). Now, they’re sleek and quiet, so you can use them without disrupting your bedrest routine!

And here’s another thing to stock up on: sinus flooding kits. Keep your sinuses cleaned out, and air flowing by sinus rinsing safely. Because of an upsurge in parasites, it’s not safe to use tap water to do a sinus rinse. Instead, try colloidal silver (with a little Xylitol thrown in for pH comfort). We’ve got everything you need in one handy kit: instructions, a nose bulb, a measuring cup, colloidal silver, and xylitol. Make sure everyone in your house has their own kit (no one wants to share nose bulbs!).

Are you ready for winter?

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