The Himalayan Institute created and began distributing the original Neti Pot in 1972. Then, the Neti Pot was individually hand-crafted and offered as a tool for yoga students to enhance their breathing and meditation practices. Now the health benefits of irrigation are well-known today and the Neti Pot has become a household tool for allergy relief and improved breathing.
Nasal wash benefits:
- Improves nasal and sinus health
- Cleans mucus and congestion
- Helps ease the symptoms of cold, allergies, and post-nasal drip
- Moisturizes dry nasal passages and much more
Why nasal wash?
Wash away mucus, dust, pollen, and other irritants and impurities that the nose filters and traps to protect your health
Nasal irrigation studies show:
Nasal wash is an effective way to relieve symptoms and improve the health of patients with sinus problems, and may reduce dependencies on expensive medications
Shake well before use. Fill your Neti Pot with warm sterile water and a level 1/4 teaspoon of pure, non-iodized Neti Salt. Stir until salt is dissolved. Add 1/2 dropper-full to the prepared solution. Increase or decrease the amount based upon your personal preference. Shake to ensure even distribution of the oils. Perform the nasal wash as directed in your Neti Pot instructions.
Chinese phellodendron bark (phellodendron amurense), goldenseal root (hydratis canadensis), barberry root bark (berberis vulgaris), chinese coptis root (coptis chinesis), xylitol (derived from birch bark), peppermint oil (mentha piperita), eucalyptus oil (eucalyptus globulus), menthol (mentha spp.), grapefruit seed extract, vegetable glycerin, polysorbate 20 (derived from coconut oil), in a base of distilled water.
Do not use if safety seal is broken. Keep out of reach of children. Not intended to be swallowed or ingested. Avoid contact with eyes. Use only as directed on label.
*The information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. For more information pertaining to your personal needs please see a qualified health practitioner.