Sunday, July 11, 2010

Squip - Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler and Nasaline Nasal Rinsing System Give Away!

This contest is open to U.S. Residents 18+  through July 25
This contest is for 1 Squip Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler, 1 Nasaline Junior Nasal Rinsing System and 1 Baby NasaKleen Nasal Aspirator combined together for one winner.


Cleanse, cleanse, and cleanse again.  Over the  years I have found preventative and natural measures to be the best defense against infections.

When I was 16 years old, one of my first driving ventures was to our local health food shop.  I spent many an afternoon browsing through natural remedy books and reading the labels on dozens of products.  Babysitting money only went so far, and I wanted to make sure my funds were put to use in the best way.

I still marvel today, to find simplicity is the answer to so much.  An easy little cleansing system from Squip is one of those marvels.  Using a nasal relief system such as the Nasaline Nasal Rinsing System has helped me save much time, money and illness from occurring.  If this is the first time you have heard of a nasal rinsing system, here are a few of the benefits from this ingenious contraption:

By blending a high quality salt with warm water, a saline rinsing system is created by simply squirting it through one nostril while it exits from the other.  In my experience it has created instant relief from sinus pressure and oncoming infections giving the sensation of a fresh swim in ocean water.  It clears the passages and fully moistens.  In Nasaline's words:

It effectively washes away unwanted mucus, crusty secretions or allergens and provides relief from symptoms associated with allergies, colds, the flu and other sinus related infections. After a prolonged stay in dry, dusty, or smoky environments, Nasaline cleans and soothes the nasal passages, reducing nasal irritation and moistening the mucous membranes.
  • Prevention of sinus related infections.
  • Drug-free relief from pregnancy congestion.
  • Follow-up treatment to sinus or nose surgery.
  • Relief from symptoms associated with nose polyps or after the excessive
    use of cold medicines such as nose sprays and drops.

I've tried other nasal systems and find Nasaline's unique syringe brilliant, as it creates a trouble free process.   The junior systems is very thoughtful, allowing youngsters a safe method of cleansing with the customization towards smaller noses.  The system for infants is just as considerate.  Ridding your baby's nose of excess mucus will help him breathe, eat and sleep better!

Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler:

I keep a jar of Himalayan Salt near my stove.  Using just a small amount to cook with greatly enhances my meals.  But I was not aware of the benefits of breathing this beautiful salt.  Using the Squip Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler is another drug-free way to benefit your body, especially those suffering from asthma, allergies, snoring and other respiratory problems.



Every year thousands of people are accommodated in salt mines that have been transformed into modern, luxurious clinical centers to reap the benefits of a 'salt cave' environment.  The Squip Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler has duplicated the environment of salt caves, but not the expense.  By breathing in the salt for about 20 minutes a day, I began to experience a loosening of chest congestion (that I wasn't even aware was there!) and was surprised to find my body reacting to a cleansing type therapy.  (I try and use the inhaler while watching the t.v...despite wary looks from my family.)

Note:  Please follow all instructions when using and heed all warnings.

If you would like to participate in this give away, please do the following:
To Enter:
1)  If you haven't done so yet, become a Just for Jack "Follower".  (click on 'Follow Me' to the right) -- then follow publicly.
2)  Leave a comment about this post.

That's it!  

You can earn up to two (2) extra entries by leaving a comment on Just for Jack Facebook Fan Page or by Tweeting something to justforjack on Twitter

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34 comments:

Denise S. said...

I'm a GFC follower and this sounds really interesting. I'd love to try it!

Stefani @ MommyEnterprises.com said...

I am a GFC follower.

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Stefani @ MommyEnterprises.com said...

I became a fan and left a comment on your Facebook page!

TiffsPixieDust said...

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Dead Sea Salt said...

Thanks for the post. Now, I know that Himalayan Salt is good for our health and it is best for asthmatic person like me, to make it as an air inhaler. Alternative for those expensive medicines.:)

Katia said...

GFC follower.
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Katia said...

I'm really curious about the " Squip Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler".

sweetsue said...

I follow. I have always wondered about Himalayan salt products!
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Henria O. said...

I'm a follower. This sounds really neat. I'd like to see how effective it is! I'm a follower via GFC!
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Henria O. said...

I'm a FB follower!
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Henria O. said...

I'm a Twitter follower (@sazzyfrazzy)!
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Benita said...

This sounds like a really good nasal system. I'd love to give it a try.

I follow by GFC.

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sharonjo said...

I am a new Google Friends Follower-senekers with a family that has sinus problems! Fingers crossed! Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

Louis said...

Following publicly as Louis on Google Friends Connect
I didn't know about many other benfits of salt besides seasoning

Louis said...

I like Just for Jack ...it's not always about Jill on FaceBook (Louis Here) :) + Wall post

Louis said...

here is my tweet
http://twitter.com/rosidentevil/status/19465836484

Salleefur/Jesslyn/Jesster said...

I'm a Public Follower (Salleefur)
I've heard truly great things about this product - testimonials that it really cuts down on seasonal illnesses.
jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

07violet said...

following, I'd love to try this, we could definitely use it here

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Hotsnotty2 said...

I'm a follower, I would love to win this, thanks for the chance!

Hotsnotty2@hotmail.com

Shelli said...

I'm a follower.
I love the Himalayan Salt lamp we have, this is the first time I have heard of a Himalayan Salt air inhaler, but it has me interested. Thanks for the information.

Heather said...

I follow as /\Heather/\
I find this fascinating! I knew salt lamps were good for you, but had no idea this product was out there!

Gianna said...

Now following GFC.
I'd love to win this for my husband.. he gets frequent sinus infections.

DK said...

we have a neti pot here and it has done wonders for my allergies, but my partner doesn't like the concept of sharing it despite thorough washings between and after uses
following in GFC

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China said...

I have 2 himalayan salt lamps. I use one in my little boys room. It's a wonderful night light. Salt is good. :-)

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Himalayan Salts said...

I am really interested with Squip Himalayan Salt Air Inhaler. I have asthma and I really want to have an inhaler. How much?

China said...

There's a link above that will take you directly to the site, and here it is again: http://www.squipusa.com/products.php?cat=28
Thanks