Nasal Cleansing: Porcelain Neti Pot protects and refreshes your nasal passages to ensure better health and natural removal excess dust, mucus, and other environmental irritants from the sinus passages Immune Support: this Neti Pot Porcelain enhances sinus and immune support which makes nasal irrigation easy and comfortable. Designed to optimally cleanse the nasal passages Lead-Free Pot: is used with a nasal wash of high-grade salt and distilled water to clear away pollens, dust and other impurities that lead to conge¬stion and inflammation, or to remove excess mucus Distinctive Shape: this refillable eco jar is designed to clear away all those trapped pollens and impurities. Nasal cleansing pot alleviates sinus and allergic problems Sinus Cleanser: relieve symptoms of allergies, sinus, colds and post nasal drip and reduce your dependence on toxic nasal sprays and chemically laden expensive medications Cleanse the nasal membranes of dust, smoke, or other airborne contaminants with Himalayan Chandra Porcelain Neti Pot! Designed with distinctive shape, this sinus cleansing pot tends to cleanse the nasal passage optimally for ensuring better health. In conjunction with a nasal wash, this Himalayan net pot mildly cleanses the sinus and helps to nourish and moisturize the nasal passages. Made with food-grade glaze, this Pot Neti is certified lead-free. Always use sterilized water, such as boiled or distilled water during nasal cleansing.
I have been using Neti pots as a preventative measure during cold and flu season for many years ... long before they were made popular by the talk show doctors here in the US.I recently bought one of these Himalayan Institute Neti Pots to replace mine that broke. I was pleasantly surprised!What I like about the Himalayan Institute Neti Pot?It is slightly larger than my original Neti pot. It holds 8oz (250ml) of liquid - enough for a thorough nasal rinse!The spout opening is ..
My girlfriend just sent me an article from yahoo news about two deaths in Louisiana linked to Neti pot use. From the article "The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals issued its warning following a second death this year caused by Naegleria fowleri, the so-called brain-eating amoeba." It goes on to recommend using only boiled, bottled, or distilled water in your Neti. The amoeba is very rare in tap water, and is safe to drink. It only causes pro..