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Lumiere de Sel Himalayan Neti Pot Salt
200 g
Non-Iodized Lumière de Sel® Himalayan Crystal Salt for use with the Neti Pot. Natural, unrefined, and ground finely to quickly dissolve in water. A neti pot is a small ceramic pitcher that is filled with salt water to cleanse your nasal passages.

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Kelly: a few months ago

I usually use the pre mixed pricey packets and I thought this would be a cheaper alternative but using the pink salt wasn't the same as the packets, it kind of burned because the salt is not buffered like it is in the packets.


Stefanie: about a year ago

Very satisfied with product and much better price than others on the market.


Krista: more than a year ago

Love this Neti pot salts! A faction of the price of other brands


Louisa: more than a year ago

Bought this product for my dad, he's been using a neti pot with non-iodized salt for a few years now. Great product, good quality crystal salt.


Patricia: more than a year ago

great product.... I make my own saline nasal spray


Elizabeth: more than a year ago

BEST value! We use a saline vaporizer and this purchase has worked beautifully and for a fraction of the cost for the branded refill. Very pleased!


Patricia: more than a year ago

Shipped quickly and best value I've seen yet. My only very minor complaint is that it never seems to completely dissolve - likely just not quite ground fine enough.


Daniel: more than a year ago

Works perfectly in my neti. Neti salt tends to be way overpriced, but the cost of this one is very reasonable.


Dave: more than a year ago

So much cheaper than buying premixed packets. This works very well. It took a week of eyeballing teaspoons to get the perfect sense of how much to use, then I bought a small measuring spoon set.

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