Covid and…Neti Pot?

They knew that the more virus that was present in your body, the worse the impact, Baxter says. “One of our thoughts was: If we can rinse out some of the virus within 24 hours of them testing positive, then maybe we can lower the severity of that whole trajectory,” she says, including reducing the likelihood the virus could get into the lungs, where it was doing permanent, often lethal damage to many.

Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. “Twice-daily nasal irrigation reduces COVID-related illness, death, study finds.” ScienceDaily. (accessed September 13, 2022).

Small study n=79 but still…