NeilMed Canada; Free Sinus Rinse Bottle


Once again NeilMed is offering a free sinus rinse bottle and two packets of saline rinse when you like them on facebook. This offer is for new subscribers only. The sinus rinse is great for people that have congestion due to allergies, it helps to clear your sinuses and helps you to breath better, we use them in my household they retail for about $15 to $20 at most pharmacies so this is an awesome freebie. To get yours and find out more about this product click here


13 responses to “NeilMed Canada; Free Sinus Rinse Bottle”

  1. Annie says:

    Thanks for this. For some reason, it won’t accept my phone number. I’ve tried all sorts of variations.

  2. Dm says:

    I think this is full of bs . I put in all info and nothing and why all the DR info . Not worth it .

  3. Hoot says:

    I requested this in the past, and all I got was a bunch of emails/spam from them. I waited months and never got the product/voucher. Then unsubscribed from their emails.

  4. Dm says:

    Hoot I think this is a scam with what they want to know you are right to unsubscribe .

  5. FatB says:

    I’m with the rest. Put in my info on 2 different occasions, and never received anything from neither application. Bogus.

  6. nick says:

    never got anything from them

  7. Amanda says:

    Be careful with these…the netipot is great but this can be dangerous. Because you need to actually squeeze the bottle if your congested you have to squeeze harder. This resulted in the saline and whatever infection I have going up into my ear and I had a month of intense ear pain!

  8. Mrs Doubt flyer says:

    I remember signing up for the netipot a couple years ago. I was excitedly awaiting its arrival, alas, it twas a no-show. Last week, a national news headline warned that people had died after using it. That was one freebie that I can say I am glad that it did not show up. But to be fair, I think it had something to do with all the chemicals they treat tap water with (chlorine, and in some places there is fluoride in the water) I could imagine that it may be dangerous to snort.

  9. klj says:

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/48817213

    These people used a netipot or some variation and were using contaminated water. Anything that goes in your nose like this should be good water not tap water. It is like saying a baby bottle is dangerous because your baby got sick when you gave them powdered formula made with contaminated water.

    It had nothing to do with the water treatment, it was somehow contaminated in the house plumbing.

    I can say personally I have used a nasal rince when I had a sinus infection and I was thrilled that I was able to get rid of it in a few days without having to take antibiotics.

  10. vanessa says:

    Never got the one I signed up for on facebook the last time……..scam if you ask me.

  11. SLC says:

    I received the free neti pot from them in the past. You have to watch the video to receive the Free Sinus Rinse Bottle then press “done.”

  12. Super Mel says:

    I received my freebies from them in the past with no issue.

  13. Thank you for every other great post. The place else may anybody get that type of information in such an ideal manner of writing? I have a presentation subsequent week, and I am on the search for such info.

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