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Don’t struggle through winter with a runny nose at every cold snap and a reactive sneeze every time the heater kicks on, make sure that you’re prepared for it all with a Sinus Flooding Kit. There’s a lot that can make your nose and deep sinuses react and fill with mucus, making it hard to […]

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Coughing, sneezing, congestion (that starts in your nose but gets everywhere from your throat to your eyes), fatigue, and maybe a low-grade fever… those are the symptoms of the early season cold that’s going around our part of the world, and there are others in climates colder than Denver. Make sure that your Sinus Flooding […]

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Tips for Sinus Flooding

March 6, 2017

If you’ve picked up a Sinus Flooding Kit from Colloids for Life, then you’ve already got directions. But experience can help it go easier, especially since you’re not likely to be feeling great. Here are some been-there-done-that tips on making sure your sinus flood works right for you. First, a quick word for anyone who […]

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Keep Sinuses Clear

December 13, 2016

It may be a mild flu season with few severe cases, but there are plenty of mild cases with a smattering of mild symptoms like a small cough, runny nose, and/or fatigue. Since those are the flu symptoms that can last the longest, that leaves lots of time for a sinus infection to develop. All […]

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Do More for Your Cold

November 1, 2016

When your muscles ache, you’re coughing up mucus (and mouth-breathing because of the same), your throat hurts, you’re sneezing, and you’ve got a fever, it’s a cold. And everyone from your boss to your doctor is going to send you home for rest, clear fluids, and chicken soup. But there’s more you can do. Even […]

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