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Snorting - clearing sinuses

Discussion in 'Cocaine & Crack' started by zunit6054, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. zunit6054

    zunit6054 Newbie

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    Swim wants to know how to clear his sinuses/snot/congestion without taking over the counter drugs. Swim wants to know how much of an effect having a stuffy nose does to one's ability to get high? Swim feels it always gets caught in his nose and its a waste!
     
  2. pinksox

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    Saline or sterile water flushes.

    One can find info on how and equipment needed on youtube.

    It's not at all comfortable however(remember how it feels when one gets a little pool or lake water up their nose while swimming...now multiple that by a thousand). And if one happens to panic and inhale is kinda akin to waterboarding, LOL.
     
  3. FCTLIS

    FCTLIS Silver Member

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    SWIM has used a sinus rinse in the past. It's a warm saline solution prepared at home in a small squirt bottle. It squirts up the nostrils, travels around the sinuses and cleans out everything. And SWIM means everything. The first time SWIM used a rinse he/she was shocked at how much came out. While it may seem disgusting SWIM felt much better afterwards; able to breathe easier, and with no sinus pressure at all. SWIM would think that a sinus rinse could help increase bioavailability if SWIY is insufflating substances, due to less of the substance being caught up and not making it to the nasal membrane.

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    epote Silver Member

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    a glass of warm tap water with a pinch of salt in it to clean up the nose and then gently coat the inside of swiy nose with vit e oil works wanders
     
  5. methuselah969

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    Snuff!, seriously swim has tried mentholated snuff and it will clear you out like no other, brother, downside is you get all brown crap up your nose and can make snot dribble out a bit, blow your nose and your laughing, it does clear you out, cheap as chips too
     
  6. pinksox

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    If SWIM really wants to clear out their sinus completely, then the saline/sterile water flushes are the way to go. In fact, she'd highly recommend that users who insufflate powder/pills do this on an on-going basis in proportion to the frequency they practice insufflation. It will both help reduce the instant of sinus issues and infections. It will also clean and clear out mucosal tissues/space allowing for better adsorption of the preferred substance later.

    SwiMJ got the materials just right. As mentioned before, there's an ENT doc on YouTube that has posted video instructions/demos of patients showing how the procedure is done at home.