Blue neti pot 350ml capacity
The Neti PotTM naturally cleanses, refreshes, and protects the nasal passages, one of our body’s first lines of defense against illness.
- Relieves symptoms of sinusitis
- Removes inhaled irritants
- All-natural, without drug interactions
Recommended today by doctors and pharmacists worldwide, the Neti PotTM has been used for thousands of years in ayurvedic medicine to alleviate sinus and allergy problems.
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JALA NETI (nasal cleaning with salt water) is a yogic purification practice. It’s a part of ASHTANGA YOGA called SHATKARMA.
It helps in the removal of toxins and impurities in the body.
Jala neti also opens the sinus passages and cleans out nasal mucus. It excites the nadis and aids in pranayama.
Benefits of Jala Neti:
- Clear out sticky, persistent mucus and help reduce nasal congestion
- Cleanse and rid the sinus cavities of allergens, irritants and contaminants
- Treat chronic sinusitis (needs to be done daily prior to sinus attack)
- Treat acute bacterial rhinosinusitis
- Treat allergic rhinitis
- Prevent common colds and flu
- Relieve Nasal dryness
- Promote healthy nasal passages
- Treat empty nose syndrome (a crippled nose caused by over-aggressive turbinate resection)
- Improve breathing
- Reduce coughing and other symptoms of post-nasal drip
- Temporarily reduce symptoms of phantosmia
- Generally improve sinus health
Yogic breathing practices known as pranayama are enhanced by the practice of jala neti since many of them involve deep breathing through the nostrils.
Fill your 350ml capacity neti pot up to the neck with tepid salt water. The temperature should be around 37%, bod temperature.
Stir in one level medium sized teaspoon of fine sea salt. It’s important the salt doesn’t have any anti caking agents or iodine in it!
The saline mixture should be similar salinity to tear drops and should not feel at all alien to the body when performing Jala Neti.
It should actually feel pleasant, if it doesn’t you’re doing somethingwrong.
How to perform Jala Neti:
While performing neti, open the mouth and breath through it.
Insert the spout of the pot into one nostril, tipping the head Side-ways and slightly forward so the open nostril is lower than the neti pot.
If the head is tipped properly, the water will easily flow down and out of the lower nostril.
Repeat the process with the alternate nostril then gently blow your nose after the practice.
Doing a Forward bend after neti helps release excess water.
Jala neti may be practiced everyday.