Ceramic yoga neti pot for nasal flushing. Use regularly with pure Himalayan salt to help you breathe more easily. Used by Yogi's worldwide. Neti pot for easy, effective nasal flush. Comes with Himalayan Salt
An easy to use ceramic neti pot to clean your nasal passages. It is a natural nasal irrigation used by Yogi's worldwide for thousands of years.
The neti pot is an excellent way to clean mucus from the nose making medication more effective. They also clean allergens, irritants, bacteria and viruses from the nose reducing the frequency of infection. Furthermore, they help decrease swelling in the nose and increase air flow. Can be used by all ages (above 5).
Neti pots are an easy and effective natual way to clean your sinuses also know an nasal flush. This ceramic Neti pot comes with some Himalayan Salt included.
Instructions for Use of Neti Pot
After washing your hands and preparing warm water to use, standing in front of a sink, bend forward to your comfort level and tilt your head to one side. Without holding your breath and keeping your mouth open, apply the tip of the device snugly against nasal passage and ALLOW THE SOLUTION TO GENTLY FLOW until the solution starts draining from the opposite nasal passage. It should not come in your mouth unless you are tilting your head backwards. To adjust or stop the flow, you may place your finger over the hole of the cap. Do not swallow the solution; however, there is no harm if you accidentally swallow it.
Blow your nose gently, without pinching your nose completely because this will apply pressure on your eardrums. If tolerable, sniff in any residual solution remaining in the nasal passage once or twice prior to blowing your nose because this may clean out the posterior nasopharyngeal area, which is the area at the back of your nasal passage. At times, some solution will reach the back of your throat, so please spit it out. To help improve drainage of any residual solution, blow your nose gently while tilting your head to the side. Now repeat using the other nasal passage.
DO NOT RINSE IF NASAL PASSAGE IS COMPLETELY BLOCKED OR IF YOU HAVE AN EAR INFECTION OR BLOCKED EARS. If you have had ear surgery, please contact your physician prior to irrigation. If you experience any pressure in the ears, stop the rinse and get further directions from your physician or contact our office during regular business hours. Do not rinse if your nasal passage is completely blocked, however, you may rinse with a partially blocked nasal passage. Use lukewarm water. DO NOT USE HOT OR BOILING WATER. Follow the cleaning procedures provided in the brochure. Use only of warm distilled water, filtered water or previously boiled water.
As this is ceramic, take care and do not drop it to avoid damage.