Features and Benefits:
- Removes excess mucus … naturally
- Soothes dry nasal passages
- Gently washes away dust pollen and irritants
- Relieves symptoms associated with colds, flu, sinus infections and allergies
- Fill the neti pot with approximately ½ a cup of water. The water should be lukewarm, and can be poured into the pot directly from the tap. (Distilled water is recommended if the purity/safety of the tap water in your region is questionable).
- Add 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of salt to the water. Stir with a spoon to dissolve thoroughly.
- Lean your head forward over the basin, bending your neck down slightly.
- Gently place the spout of the neti pot inside your right nostril, forming a seal to avoid leakage.
- Open your mouth slightly, breathing continuously through the mouth during cleansing. This allows a necessary air passageway so that the water will not drain through the oropharynx (behind the nose) into your mouth. (We will not be breathing out of the nose for this process!)
- Tilt your head sideways, so that your right nostril is directly above your left nostril. Tip the neti pot, allowing the water solution to pour into your right nostril. Within a few seconds the water will have traveled up through the right nostril, through the nasal path, and out the left.
- Rest here with your head tilted until the pot is empty. Once complete, remove the spout from your right nostril, and exhale through both nostrils.
- You will notice that congestion has been drained and loosened; gently blow your nose into a tissue. You may also notice improved breathing, smell and taste.
- Repeat steps the above steps for your left nostril.
- Thoroughly clean your Neti Pot after each use. Periodically place it in your dishwasher for a thorough sanitizing. Just as a toothbrush, do not share your neti pot with anyone else, as it is a personal hygiene product.
- You may wish to use only half the amount of recommended salt the first few times you use your neti pot until you become more accustomed to the process.
- Applying a thin layer of petroleum jelly on the inside of both nostrils before the treatment helps sooth sensitive skin.
- If you experience any discomfort please discontinue using your neti pot and consult your doctor or other health care provider.
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p: a few months ago
i bought this ceramic neti pot, as a replacement for my plastic one. it's great quality product, nice look and easy to clean. just a little note, when using, just be careful when maneuvering the pot, as the water can quickly pour out from the spout. other than that, great product!
Jodi: about a year ago
This is a great plastic-free neti pot that looks nice, and works well. It's easy to clean and easy to use. It has been VERY effective at clearing out the sinuses! The spout end is a bit large, but it doesn't need to actually go inside of your nostril. As long as the small hole opening is centred in your nostril, the spout makes a nice seal. I have a smaller nose and this Neti pot has worked great for me.
scruffle: more than a year ago
The problem with this pot is that the spout is too large. The idea is to put the spout in one nostril in order to flush out the sinus cavity ... But the spout is literally too large to put in my nostril and if I just tip the neti pot up to my nostril and pour as best I can, water just dribbles all over the place and it's a big mess. I would return it but for hygiene reasons, I haven't even inquired if this is possible. Very disappointing waste of money!