Neti Pots! Clean your sinuses! Here are just a few of the benefits of using a Neti Pot: -Used commonly to defend against nasal congestion, sinusitis and infections. -The Neti Pot is a practical and therapeutic nasal irrigation device. Works effectively for sinus infections, allergy, stuffiness due to dusty conditions and ENT problems. The practice of Neti helps you breath easier, benefiting yoga and meditation practitioners. -For regular healthy maintenance use 1-2 times a day, upon rising and at least an hour before bedtime. See below for more info on what comes with each netipot!
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Includes: Measuring Spoon + 150g Natural Sea SaltA naturally cleansing and refreshing way to unclog sinuses and protect the nasal passages from irritation. Our Blue or White Elephant Neti Pot is made of certified lead free ceramic material and has a smooth glaze finish. Its distinctive shape makes it easy and comfortable to use, allowing just the right amount of water to flow and flush out mucus and debris found in the nasal passages. Included are an illustrated manual on how to Neti and a guide to all 9 Ayurvedic daily detox rituals. The daily practice of Neti, one of the six purification rituals in Hatha Yoga, has been around for thousands of years. It's the world's oldest form of nasal irrigation.
Jala Netipots:Sinus irrigation has been practiced for 1000's of years. The Neti Pot (Neti is Sanskrit for nasal cleansing) and is a basic tool of Ayurvedic hygiene and is used to rinse & clean the nose and sinuses with a saline solution.
How to useFill Neti Pot with warm, slightly salted water (¼ teaspoon of fine non-ionized salt). Use only distilled or sterile water. Tap water may . Lean over the sink, tilt head sideways and insert the Neti Pot’s spout into the upper nostril and begin pouring about ½ of the saline solution. The solution will flow through and stream out of the lower nostril. Breathe through your mouth. Repeat by changing nostrils. It might take a couple of tries before perfecting the art of “jala neti”. Be patient, it will be well worth it.
Care & MaintenanceWash your Neti pot thoroughly after each use. Use distilled water. If not available sterilize tap water by boiling for 5 minutes. Allow to cool before using. Do not share Neti Pot with others.
CautionDo not use the Neti Pot if:
- Nostrils or sinuses are inflamed
- User suffers from nose bleeds
- Experience pain or soreness
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