A Neti pot (netty pot), when used correctly, can dramatically improve overall breathing. Neti pots can help with nasal congestion associated with sinus infections, allergies, and even headaches. The cleansing of the nasal passages using a neti pot is the traditional practice of Neti or Jalaneti. First used and developed for yoga practitioners, the popularity of neti pots has increased dramatically over the years mainly due to its overall effectiveness. First time users see dramatic results after only one washing. Simply put, the practice of neti is washing and irrigating your nasal passages. Dry nasal passages especially with built up allergens such as pollen, dust, and smoke can be both annoying and painful. Not to mention, dry nasal passages are a breeding ground for germs and colds.
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Remove excess mucus caused by nasal infections
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How to use a neti pot:
Pour saline solution (8 fluid ounces of warm water with a heaping tablespoon of non-iodized salt (available in your local supermarket or pharmacy).
Tilt your head to the side and insert the spout into your upper nostril as shown in the picture above.
Lift the netty pot so the saline solution that you prepared flows directly into the nostril and out the lower nostril.
Further detailed instructions come with your neti pot (see details inside).