Free NeilMed Sinus Rinse or Neti Pot

If you don't mind going on a little link hunt, you can easily get a full-sized free NeilMed Sinus Rinse bottle kit OR Neti Pot. Simply click through to where it requests your name and pick “p1886b” from the dropdown list. After that, you'll be presented with 17 “educational slides,” which teach you how to safely use this product. You'll then be presented with a signup form and finally, a “quiz” with 20 questions making sure you understand the product.

The quiz lets you change your wrong answers in real-time though! It also has a nice pop-up box explaining why you got the question right or wrong. I wish my tests in college had been this easy! 😁 All in all, it should only take a few minutes to request this great freebie.

I should emphasis that it's extremely important you use this product correctly! Using the wrong water, like tap water, could result in serious repercussions – like death. So please make sure you review the information closely before using this freebie.

For years, this freebie took 6-8 weeks for delivery and I don't have any reason to believe that delivery time has changed for 2024. This is for a large-sized product though, so the wait time is worth it in my book. Especially if you suffer from allergies, sinus clogs, or colds!

Sometimes these freebies come with packets of Sinus Rinse, which is a sinus rinsing something that does something for congested noses. If that ringing endorsement didn't encourage you to sign up, how about this humdinger of a fact. “Some research shows that hypertonic (2.7%) or more concentrated solution may help reduce sinus congestion better than isotonic (0.9%) solution.” I have no idea what that means, but it sounds technical and therefor impressive. I'm easily persuaded by science.

Does anybody else get the impression that this company was formed solely because the owner liked sticking weird things up his nose? No, just me? Okay, carry on.

Free NeilMed Quiz Answers

Q1: What time of year is worst for nasal allergies?
A: Spring

Q2: Which of the following can be shown to directly worsen chronic sinus congestion?
A: Smoking

Q3: Sinusitis, inflammation of the lining of sinuses, and Rhinitis, inflammation of the lining of nasal passages, may develop due to
A: Allergic reactions

Q4: Which of the following are NOT symptoms of chronic or acute sinusitis?
A: Palpitations

Q5: How many pairs of craniofacial (head and face) sinus cavities are there?
A: Four

Q6: There are four sinus cavities that are located in the head and face: the Frontal, Ethmoid, Sphenoid, and ____________ Sinuses. Which of the following correctly fills in the blank?
A: Maxillary

Q7: NeilMed Sinus Rinse is considered as the potential first line of treatment for the symptomatic relief of
A: Acute and chronic nasal and sinus conditions

Q8: Symptoms of sinusitis include:
A: All of the above

Q9: NeilMed Sinus Rinse mixture packets contain the following preservative(s):
A: None

Q10: Large volume saline irrigation is defined as instillation of saline as which of the following quantities per nostril or nasal passage?
A: Options 2 and 3

Q11: The best improvement of sinonasal excess mucus symptom was shown with
A: Combination of Nasal corticosteroid sprays and large volume saline irrigation using NeilMed Sinus Rinse Kit

Q12: By which manner does the NeilMed NasaFlo NetiPot function?
A: Gravity flow method

Q13: How does the NeilMed Sinus Rinse squeeze bottle function?
A: Positive pressure by gently squeezing the soft bottle

Q14: The NeilMed SinuGator pulsatile irrigator works by
A: Pressing the switch and creating battery powered pulsating pumping of saline from the reservoir

Q15: What kind of water source is safe to use for nasal saline irrigation ?
A: Distilled, micro-filtered (through 0.2 micron), commercially bottled or, previously boiled water cooled to lukewarm or body temperature.

Q16: Which of the following water choice(s) are generally considered as safe or good to use for nasal irrigation?
A: All of the above

Q17: Large volume, low pressure (LVLP) saline nasal irrigation is considered the
A: First line of treatment for rhinitis and sinusitis

Q18: Large volume and low pressure nasal irrigation devices can be a part of daily hygiene just like brushing your teeth, washing your hands, or showering.
A: True

Q19: A recent study on saline nasal irrigations with corticosteroid therapy resulted in
A: Significantly improved nasal symptoms than corticosteroid sprays alone

Q20: Nasal irrigation through NeilMed Sinus Rinse or NasaFlo NetiPot is safe for pregnant women.
A: True

About the Author: Goob

I'm a nationally renowned freebie finder & sample vetter, which I never imagined I'd be doing while getting my Bachelor's Degree in History almost 20 years ago. In my spare time, I enjoy launching my own space program and disproving the Coriolis effect.