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Himalayan Institute Ceramic Neti Pot

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  • The original Neti Pot, since 1972
  • Naturally removes excess mucus, pollen, dust, and other environmental irritants from the sinus passages
  • Soothes dry nasal passages
  • Doctor recommended; featured on America's favorite talk show
  • Made with lead-free ceramic and glaze; illustrated instructions are included
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Directions
Soothing and comfortable, the Neti Pot is easy to use. Here's a quick summary of how to use your Neti Pot: 1. Prepare the saline solution: mix 1/4 teaspoon of Neti Pot Salt or non-iodized salt with 8 ounces of warm water. 2. Turn your head to one side over the sink. 3. Gently insert the spout in the upper nostril. Raise the Neti Pot so the saline solution flows out the lower nostril. 4. Repeat on the other side. Illustrated instructions are included.

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Size: Pack of 1 | Color: Ceramic

The Himalayan Institute Neti Pot naturally cleanses, refreshes, and protects the nasal passages, one of our body's first lines of defense against illness. Recommended by doctors and pharmacists worldwide, the Neti Pot has been used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine to alleviate sinus and allergy problems. Recent clinical studies have shown that nasal irrigation is effective in improving symptoms of patients with frequent sinusitis. The Himalayan Institute introduced the Neti Pot in 1972. Our bestselling Neti Pot makes nasal irrigation easy and comfortable. The trademarked lotus design and distinctive shape dispenses the perfect rate of flow to optimally cleanse the sinus passages. Ceramic Neti Pot is made with lead-free ceramic and glaze. Illustrated instructions include link to free online demonstration video. Proceeds benefit the world-wide humanitarian, environmental, and educational projects supported by the Himalayan Institute.

Product Details

Size: Pack of 1 | Color: Ceramic
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3.6 x 2.5 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000WJIC3G
  • UPC: 854586424657 652865411998
  • Item model number: TANP CR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (734 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,329 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It fits his nostrils perfect with the perfect water flow.
Purple Potion
Using the pot feels like getting water up your nose at the beach - not bad at all!
H. Watkins
Highly recommend for those who have continuing sinus and allergy problems.
Phyllis Staff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

397 of 447 people found the following review helpful By Tano on December 18, 2007
Color Name: CeramicSize Name: Pack of 1
The neti pot is one of those things that I always knew I *needed* and would love once I got one and started using it.

But I still dragged my heels about getting one.

When we were out in a store one day, we saw one and my 17 year old son told me to get it. As always, I didn't feel like spending the $20 right then. There always seems to be *other* things I'd rather spend $20 on. And there we were, each ordering a gourmet coffee at $4 each. ::shame::

My son *firmly* said, for the second time, "Mom ~ GET IT!"

So I did.

And still, it just sat there. On the counter. All clean and ready to go, but picking it up and using it was another matter entirely.

And then one day, I just did it. I had been having allergy attacks, from being in the enclosed house with the woodstove burning all of the time. I couldn't believe I was sneezing so much!

So I picked up the pot, prepared the water and the salt, and did it.

It was so funny ~ I came out of the bathroom with my eyes all red and watery, with my throat all itchy feeling, my head all dizzy. My sons were like, "Yeah! That worked REALLY well!" <>

But once you get over the *trauma* of the first time using it (it's like going underwater and getting water up your nose, but after you do it the first time, you know what to expect...), it's amazing.

I usually do it in the morning now before I do my yoga and I feel great all day. From that *first* day I used it, those allergy symptoms I wrote about were GONE. I still am sneezy once in awhile, but just from normal irritants. I'm going to start doing it once in the morning and once in the evening.

It is amazing to be able to BREATHE and to have CLEAR feeling sinuses!!
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92 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey A TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 5, 2012
Color Name: CeramicSize Name: Pack of 1
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 tiny so the liquid pours out with a greater force than other Neti pots with spout openings that are much too large.

I won't go into yet another discussion about nasal irrigation - it's well covered in other reviews/discussions here on Amazon.
NOTE: If you would like to see the proper way to use a Neti pot, Himalayan Institute has a great video on You Tube. It's titled 'Himalayan Institute Neti Pot Demo'.

Check around ... the price varies on Amazon

Hope my review was helpful ...

Jeffrey A. (Jeff)
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Brown on December 17, 2011
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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 problems when it goes into your sinuses. Most people get sick from it when swimming in warm fresh water, but if it is in your tap water then the Neti could ironically make you a lot sicker. I'd rather have a stuffed nose than have my brain deteriorate as I sink into a fog of hallucination before dying within 12 days.

That being said, I love how I feel after using it. It is wonderful to be able to breathe through a clean head. I find it is easier to use in the shower, plus the shower steam also help me breath better. I'm going to continue using my Neti but I'm going to boil the water first. You know, just to be safe.

UPDATE JULY 8, 2012 I'm still happy with this contraption. My head is still clear. I'm still not dead!

Update Jun 7 2013 Still alive.

Update January 30 2014. I am alive, but I do have a mild sinus infection. I don't think it's related to neti or brain eating ameobas. I haven't used my neti pot in a while. If my brain keeps functioning I'll update this review.

UPDATE October 14 2014 She's no longer my girlfriend. We have been married for over two years now. As for my trusty netipot from the famed Himalayan Institue: It is still working properly.

UPDATE April 16 2015 I still have the Neti Pot. The craftsmanship at the Himalayan institute is remarkable.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By JT, too. on December 11, 2014
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I had heard about the benefits of nasal washing for years, but the idea of running water through my nose was not very appealing. I have a lot of allergies and suffer frequent sinusitis. After the last infection, I decided to order this neti pot. Frankly, I was a little nervous about using it the first time, but I screened the video a couple of times; read the directions over a few times; and, I finally did it.

First I warmed eight ounces of distilled water. Then, I added a packet of the Arm & Hammer brand saline/baking soda mix. I stirred it well to make sure it was completely dissolved. Then, I used it. I believe I used it correctly. The thing that puzzles me is that nothing other than the water flowed out. I expected to see either some mucous or something else flow out. Not sure what to make of this. I plan to continue to use it daily to see if there is an improvement in my sinus health, but to be honest, I do not expect much of an improvement. I have a deviated septum to the left, so my sinus infections always begin on the left, and the neti pot cannot wash that far up in my sinuses, which is where the first signs of pain and excess mucous arise followed by an infection.

I will update this review in a few days or a few weeks as I have more experience and am able to tell if nasal washing really helps someone like myself who has A LOT of allergies. I have had allergy testing done twice. The first time I used sublingual drops. I saw no improvement whatsoever in my sinus problems. A few years later I was retested. This time I took the weekly shots with a needle. Once again, I saw no improvement whatsoever. I have taken just about every anti-histamine on the market, including the nasal sprays.
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