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Ancient Secrets Ceramic Nasal Cleansing Pot, 1 Neti Pot
- The patented Ancient Secrets design is an updated one that provides a better fit, better control and easier use
- It is made from heavy-duty ceramic to be dishwasher safe.
- The step by step illustrated instructions make it easy to use
- Clear the nostrils to free breathing
- Relieve nasal dryness and remove excess mucous
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Top Customer Reviews
This is my first neti pot and I enjoy it, especially when I'm congested. It took a time or two learn how to use it properly. You need to tilt your head properly to prevent the water from pouring down your throat and out of your mouth and also to make use pain free. The pot also needs to be warmed up first, which is done simply by running warm water through it before use. Otherwise, you'll find that you've got cold water going through your nose despite putting in warm water at the tap. Make sure that you add a quarter teaspoon of kosher salt and use warm water. It makes use more comfortable.
The neti pot does not work well when your sinuses are totally blocked. I usually pop a few Sudafed PE tablets, wait for a bit of decongestion to occure, and then neti. You'll be surprised what comes out of your nose! I only have to do this when I have a cold. Otherwise, I use it daily and my sinuses stay clean and clear.
I've found that I have gotten natural relief through the daily cleaning out my sinuses. And it feels great not to need a pill to breathe. Who knew cleaning my nose with warm water and a little salt was the solution. The drug companies know and would rather us use their products than this inexpensive natural way.
I recommend this to anyone suffering from allergies. It is odd at first, but you'll get used to it and your body will thank you.
WHY I LIKE THIS ONE: I have used this and the Himalayan one and have known friends with multiple designs of neti pots. I don't spill any water out of the top with this one. Also, the handle is comfortable to handle when I use, clean, and store it. The ceramic material is durable. This design is easily approachable for the new user.
HOW TO USE IT (you should really follow the instructions provided with the neti pot): To use a neti pot, you need to fill it with water and salt. The amount of salt will differ with neti pots, but is usually around 1/4 tsp. of non-iodized granulated salt (I never measure anymore). Lean over a sink and tilt your head to one side (not like you are looking down, but as though you are stretching your neck on one side) and insert the spout into the nostril closest to the ceiling (if you tilt your left side to your left shoulder, hold the pot in your right hand and insert into right nostril).Read more ›
The Neti Pot is simple to use. You fill it with 1 cup of lukewarm water; a 1/4 teaspoon of non-iodized salt and stir until the salt dissolves. You then fill the freshly washed pot. Insert the spout into one nostril with your head tilted to one side. You will be amazed at the amount of nasal drainage.
You refill the pot and repeat the process on the other side. Be sure to wash your pot out after each usage. I love my Neti Pot and cannot imagine how I managed without it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived in one piece. Glaze looks really good. Handle is solid, not hollow. Very cute little pot. I wish they had them in a few different colors. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Maddie
I absolutely love the Ancient Secrets Ceramic Nasal Cleansing Pot! It has an amazing design! I have used other neti pots where the water drips from the top and all over my face. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
This pot is small, for 1 nostril at a time. Ceramic, I imagine it will break easily.Published 20 days ago by CaringConsumer