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How To: Use a neti pot to clear your sinuses

So the wife shows me an episode of Oprah with Dr. Oz of the You series of health books. He's showing this thing called a neti pot. It's a watering can for the nose. The thing is put into one nostril and warm salt water is poured through the nostrils cleaning out the sinuses.

How To: Make an herbal liniment

John Gallagher here explains the process of making herbal liniments. We use Comfrey root (1 ounce) 3/4th ounce of valerian root and ½ ounce calendula flower along with 1/4th teaspoon cayenne pepper and 3/4th ounce of ground cinnamon. Pint of rubbing alcohol or grain alcohol along with pint jar, strainer, cheese cloth and a coffee filter will also be needed. All the herbs in required weights have to be mixed. Pour the rubbing alcohol to fill the jar to the top. Stir it then. Always label your ...

How To: Make herbal lozenges

John Gallagher explains the process of making herbal lozenges in which need slippery elm bark powder and licorice root slices both which sooth the irritation of the throat. You need half a cup of water and two tablespoons of honey along with a small bowl and a dough roller. To cut the dough get a bottle cap and store them in a small metal container. Boil half a cup of water and put licorice according to the number of lozenge required and simmer it on a low flame for 10 minutes. Take 2 tablesp...

How To: Make herbal capsules with a capsule machine

Mountain Rose Herbs John Gallagher shows us how to make our own quality powdered herb capsules using a machine in this video. You will need three things to do this, your powdered herbs, zero size capsules and a zero size capsule machine. He shows us the parts of the capsule machine so we can follow his instructions. Find a container to put the base of the machine in, pull apart the capsules, putting the bottom part in the bottom of the machine and the top in the top part of the machine, filli...

How To: Do polyphasic sleeping

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to do polyphasic sleeping. How often have you said, “If only there were more than 24 hours in a day!” By learning to polyphasic sleep—meaning breaking up a night’s sleep into a series of shorter naps—you can squeeze an extra whole day out of the week.

How To: Live a long life

Everyone wants to live to join the ranks of the centenarians! By following longevity tips like taking care of your teeth, getting a college education, taking up a sport like golf or swimming, drinking a glass of red wine every day and even marrying a younger woman, you can live to be 100 years old! Not only that, you'll be able to make the best of your long life.

How To: Get rid of a stuffy nose using chamomile

Nobody enjoys being sick. Having to deal with the runny nose, sore throat, and cough is just horrible. Having a stuffy nose is also no fun, either. It prevents you from breathing through your nostrils, can cause headaches, and makes it hard to talk. So, one of the best ways to help get rid of it is by using chamomile. This plant is perfect to not only breathe in, but to drink as a tea. So watch this tutorial above to find out more about how to use it and how it works. Enjoy!

How To: Use the Neti pot to clean your sinuses

Are your sinuses clogged? Are you getting headaches and feel stuffed up? In this video, learn from Joey Buddha how to use a neti pot to clean yoour sinuses. Using a neti pot can be gross, but it's definitely one of the most effective ways to clean your sinuses and remove unwanted snot and mucous from your nasal passages.

How To: Get rid of under eye dark circles and puffy eyes

In this video from cheezz12345 we learn a home remedy to get rid of under eye dark circles and puffy eyes. Stress is the most common cause for dark circles. People who do not sleep for 8 hours a day get them as well. Dehydration is another big reason for them. To get rid of under eye dark circles, slice cucumber and potato into a bowl. Then grind them by adding chilled water. Once grinded, dip a cotton pad on the mixture and put it on your eyes for about 15-20 minutes. Also apply almond oil o...

How To: Use a neti pot correctly

Seeking relief from a cold? There's more to using a neti pot than just pouring a saline solution down your nasal cavity – or is there? Find out with this how-to, which presents a complete guide to properly using a neti pot to relieve nasal congestion. Breathe easy with this free video guide.

How To: Use a Neti pot with your sinus cold

This video shows how to use a Neti Pot for treating sinus cold. The lady who demonstrates first takes out the Neti pot and sinus pills. She next takes the distilled water and pours it into the neti pot. She then mixes the sinus pill in the water. She explains how to go about doing procedure how to use it. Now she leads over to the sink and takes the pot with the solution and keeps her face little inside the sink. Next she keeps the pipe of the neti pot into her right nasal and pours the water...

How To: Easily tape an ankle

This video shows how to wrap an ankle with athletic tape. First he sprays a little spray adhesive on the ankle and sticks a couple thin pads on places that are prone to blistering. He then wraps the foot and entire ankle with a prewrap to protect the skin and cover the hair so that the tape won't irritate the skin. Then he begins by taping two anchors around the top of the ankle, and putting a piece of tape down the side from the anchors, under the heel, and up the other side like a stirrup, ...

How To: Use the Neti pot to help with your sinuses

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the Neti pot. The Neti pot is the personal hygiene practice in which the nasal cavity is washed to flush out excess mucus and debris from the nose and sinuses. Begin by filling your pot with warm water. Now add a heaping 1/4 tsp of finely ground, non-iodized or Neti pot salt. Next, lean over your sink and tilt your head. Put the spout into the nostril and raise the handle of the pot. Do the same for the other nostril. This video will benefit th...

How To: Use a Neti pot the right way

To correctly provide nostril to nostril irrigation, first fill the Neti pot with warm water or water a little warmer than body temperature. Mix one level teaspoon of salt into half a liter of water. Taste and spit the water to check the correct salinity. Place the nose cone into the right nostril, twisting it and applying pressure to it to make a seal. Do not move air through the nose. Bend forward from the waist and tip your head to the right so the left nostril is the lowest point of the no...

How To: Use a Neti pot easily

Neti pots can be used to clean out your nose of dust, dirt and allergens and can help reduce swelling of the nasal passages. Stir half a teaspoon of salt in to a cup of warm water. Salt should be kosher salt or sea salt (DO NOT use ordinary table salt). Pour saline solution in the neti pot, then leaning over a bowl or sink place the spout of the neti pot in one nostril. Tilt your head so that your nose is slightly higher than the mouth, then rotate your head so your ear is facing the bowl or ...

How To: Use a Neti pot for beginners

Jack is showing us upon request how to use a Neti Pot. She finds half of an eight of a teaspoon is the amount of salt that she needs. Her neti pot is a little plastic neti pot, but there are many different kinds including ceramic. You want to use non-iodized salt, you do not want iodine although she does not know why. She then puts the neti pot in her nose, and lets the water run in her nose and out her opposite nostril. You would want to use a full neti pot for each side. Neti pots can be us...

How To: Use a Neti pot aka saline sinus wash

Learn how to use a Neti pot, otherwise known as a saline sinus wash to help clear out your nasal passages. This is a homeopathic remedy for sinus problems or any issues you may have with your nose. Take the packet that comes with your Neti pot, and dump it in. Fill the pot to the guideline with lukewarm water. This will create a saline solution once mixed. Stick the end of the Neti pot in your nose, and tilt your head to the side, allowing gravity to send the saline solution trough one nostri...

How To: Use a Nasopure

The video is of several different people demonstration how to use the Nasopure, a nasal cleansing device. The woman narrating explains the simplicity of the device, which is similar to a soap dispenser, but simply upside down. The device is filled with salt and lukewarm water. Then it is inserted into one nostril, while the tongue is press against the roof of the mouth, it flushes the slat water through the nose, cleansing the nose and then dripping to the floor. It removes irritants, reduces...

How To: Use a Neti pot with no problems

This video is demonstrating the technique of jala neti by Steve. It is a purification exercise. You will use the unbreakable neti pot in the bathroom to do jala neti. This pot's nozzle properly fit in the nose and the plastic body of the pot can be easily hold. For 200 ml of neti pot put 1/3 of teaspoonful of salt. Don't put more, or otherwise your nose will burn. Fill the water straight from the tap and shake the neti pot properly. Take the neti pot in the right hand if you want to put water...

How To: Easily use a Neti pot

This video demonstrates how to use a neti pot. This simple device is used to pour warm salt water up one nostril where it can clean out your sinuses and is then drained out the opposite nostril. This is a natural treatment for colds and allergies. You will need a neti pot, warm water, salt, a bowl, tissues and sesame oil. Dissolve the salt in the warm water in the neti pot. Turn your head to the side and pour the water into the top nostril. The water will come out the other nostril. To get th...

How To: Use the Neti pot properly

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the neti pot. A neti pot is a small pot used for irrigating the nasal passages. This pot looks very similar to a tea pot. To use the pot, fill it with warm water. Lean your head over a sink and put the spout into your nostril. Tilt your head to the opposite side of the pot and slowly pour the water into the nose. The water will come out of the other nostril. This video will benefit those viewers who have nasal problems and would like to learn h...

How To: Make a Microwavable Heating Pad

Relieve stress and wrap your aches in warmth by making your own microwavable heating pad. Just gather up these supplies (cloth, needle and thread, uncooked rice, spices/herbs, and essential oils) and follow along with this how-to video. Since this easy crafting project is made from houshold supplies, you'll save money on buying a heating pad from the store. Follow along with the steps in this video project and enjoy your new therapeutic, homeopathic treat.