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Take it with a Grain of Salt: Why Sinoptim Saline Solution is Superior


Have you considered where your nasal rinse salts originated? Have you worried about contaminants from unknown sources?

Not all salt solutions are created equally.

The cheapest example, of course, is plain granular sodium chloride, from unknown sources, manufactured outside the U.S.

At Sinoptim, however, we ensure nasal rinsing is a natural, safe experience you can feel confident about. We want you to feel better, which is why we use a proprietary blend of sodium chloride and sodium bicarbonate, manufactured here in the U.S. The latter provides a unique buffer that reduces burning and stinging. It’s a superior solution, and it is extremely easy to use.

The quality of the saline solution is important. All-natural solutions provide a gentler and more enjoyable rinsing experience. The Sinoptim all-natural solution is pH balanced and free of preservatives and iodine.

Other solutions on the market are granular sodium chloride only, which is the cheapest option. Our proprietary formula is USP grade, 99% pure sodium chloride & bicarbonate mixture, ground to a fine powder to dissolve instantly.

The bicarbonate acts as a buffer, resulting in a much more pleasant rinsing experience. When added to purified water, this gentle formula adjusts the pH balance of the solution to match that of your body, reducing irritation and counteracting inflammation.

This is perfect for:

  • Nasal allergies, dryness, & hay fever
  • Sinus pressure & nasal stuffiness
  • Post-nasal drip & nasal congestion
  • Nasal symptoms from viruses, flu & cold
  • Nasal irritation from everyday environmental invaders – dust, pet dander, pollution, and more
When mixing your salt packets, always remember that you should never use tap water because it lacks adequate filtration. We don’t worry as much about that with our drinking water, because stomach acid kills many of those waterborne pathogens. Your nasal membranes are much more delicate, however, so stick to using water that is either distilled or sterile.
Boiled tap water after it has cooled is also a viable option for rinsing, and the information that is included with the irrigation device provides specific instructions on how to rinse properly.