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Take a Steamy Shower Steamy showers moisturize your nasal passages and relax you. If you’re dizzy from the flu, run a steamy shower while you sit on a chair nearby and take a sponge bath. Use a Salve Under Your Nose A small dab of mentholated salve [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-is-a-good-way-to-instantly-clear-you-nose ]
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What is a good way to instantly clear you nose
Take a Steamy Shower Steamy showers moisturize your nasal passages and relax you. If you’re dizzy from the flu, run a steamy shower while you sit on a chair nearby and take a sponge bath. Use a Salve Under Your Nose A small dab of mentholat…

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