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Himalayan Chandra Porcelain Neti Pot
- Nasal Cleansing: Porcelain Neti Pot protects and refreshes your nasal passages to ensure better health and natural removal excess dust, mucus, and other environmental irritants from the sinus passages
- Immune Support: this Neti Pot Porcelain enhances sinus and immune support which makes nasal irrigation easy and comfortable. Designed to optimally cleanse the nasal passages
- Lead-Free Pot: is used with a nasal wash of high-grade salt and distilled water to clear away pollens, dust and other impurities that lead to conge¬stion and inflammation, or to remove excess mucus
- Distinctive Shape: this refillable eco jar is designed to clear away all those trapped pollens and impurities. Nasal cleansing pot alleviates sinus and allergic problems
- Sinus Cleanser: relieve symptoms of allergies, sinus, colds and post nasal drip and reduce your dependence on toxic nasal sprays and chemically laden expensive medications
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About Neti Pot
Yogis have known the benefits of neti pots for centuries. While the science behind why the neti pot worked was unknown at the time, one thing was for certain: it helped them to breathe easier, which was essential in yoga practice.
Today, science has explained to us why this ancient solution helps relieve sinus symptoms. Mucus is an important part of our body’s protective system. It captures dust, pollen, and other airborne particles that could enter our body and cause us harm and clears out these particles either through the nostrils or out the back of the throat. But, sometimes, it can’t quite clear out on its own. It stays in the sinuses, causing allergy symptoms, sinus irritation, headaches, and other discomfort.
The neti pot fixes that. Using a combination of salt and water, it flushes through the nose, helping to clear the mucus along with the harmful particles that the mucus captured. Regular use of a neti pot helps relieve dry nasal passages, prevent allergy symptoms, relieve sinus pain, and relieve swelling. The best part? It’s all natural—no medication is needed. The Neti Pot naturally cleanses, refreshes, and protects the nasal passages, one of our body’s first lines of defense against illness. Recommended today by doctors and pharmacists worldwide, the Neti Pot has been used for thousands of years in ayurvedic medicine to alleviate sinus and allergy problems. The Himalayan Institute introduced the Neti Pot over 40 years ago, and we currently offer a full line of high quality products to support a complete sinus cleansing system. Rinsing with saline solution is a time-honored practice in the East.
In the West, the Neti Pot is a way to cleanse the nasal passages. Using it regularly has been proven to markedly lessen symptoms of colds, allergies, rhinitis, and post-nasal drip. Practitioners use the nasal wash to ensure the free flow of air through both nostrils.
Cleanse the nasal membranes of dust, smoke, or other airborne contaminants with Himalayan Chandra Porcelain Neti Pot! Designed with distinctive shape, this sinus cleansing pot tends to cleanse the nasal passage optimally for ensuring better health. In conjunction with a nasal wash, this Himalayan net pot mildly cleanses the sinus and helps to nourish and moisturize the nasal passages. Made with food-grade glaze, this Pot Neti is certified lead-free. Always use sterilized water, such as boiled or distilled water during nasal cleansing.
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Remember a nasal wash is not a substitute for medical treatment. Anyone with chronic inflammation of the nasal passages or other ear, nose, or throat disorders should seek medical attention.
Breathing Difficulty, Common cold, Flu, Hay fever, Nasal Clearance, Runny Nose, Sinusitis Support, Stuffy Nose
Pharmaceutical Grade Sodium Chloride (99.99%)
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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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. Furthermore you'll be happy to learn I haven't devolped any brain eating Aemeoba symptoms. I should say I don't use the N. Pot often, but it helps when I have a cold. I'm still very much alive.
UPDATE! December 5 2016 I'm glad this review is helpful to dozens and tens of amazon shoppers. Who knew so may people are spending time reading reviews of Neti pots on the internet? I'm not a hero. No, I'm just a man trying to give back in my own small way.
August 14, 2018 Look I love Summer. It’s my favorite season, but is anybody else ready from some crisp fall weather?
May 21, 2020 I miss the days when our nation’s biggest worry was amoebas in our neti pots. Stay safe y’all.
- Works well
- As advertised
- Easy to over or under fill
- Easy to spill
This time disappoints because the dimension on the nozzle opening increased. Not significantly, enough to make the fit too tight. It's like it was widened. Unfortunately I did not use it until it was too late to return. Hopefully the company will correct the next model run of these.
The tip fits just fine, not as comfy as one with a plastic/rubber tip but also probably more sanitary. Only downside for me is that it does not fit the entire 8oz, morelike 5-6 oz and i have to premix the solution as there is no lid. But any inconveniences are much preferred to using a plastic one and now i feel like I am using something actually sterile/sanitary.
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Firstly, this is a tool to use during the nasal irrigation procedure. The pot itself will not make you do the procedure correctly or magically help your sinuses, a lot can go wrong between opening the package and doing the irrigation. The pot itself is beautifully crafted. Smooth. Holds just under 250 ml of liquid and can only be held with one finger through the handle. The pot was perfect.
I bought the matching Himalayan salt to go along with this. If your a beginner like me, do yourself a favour and buy the salt to go with this pot which is suggested. Making your own solution is another factor that can go wrong for you if you aren't sure. It saves time and gives you a chance to perfect your method before trying to make your own solution.
There are extensive instructions provided with this pot and I advise that you read them. Videos of this procedure look insanely easy but it takes a bit of time to get it right. You are flushing our nose and sinuses with water after all. I use previously boiled water from the kettle for this. I don't use tap water or buy bottled water for this. I take 250mls of cooled boiled water and set it aside. I warm up the remaining boiled water just to add some warmth to the mixture. Pour the cooled boiled water into the neti pot about two thirds full and add in your warm water on top of this. DO NOT pour boiling water on top. This will hurt you when you use it. Dip your finger into the water to test the temperature it should be lukewarm.
From your salt, add in the small side of the scoops, amount of salt. One small scoop. I did not heap mine because my sinuses are sensitive enough. If anything I under scoop a little. Pop this into the water and stir with a spoon and wait for it to dissolve completely. Dip your finger into the water and taste it, it will taste like tears.
Doing the irrigation:
This is where the whole thing can go wrong. It's a manual thing and you need to take your time. I was terrified to try this for the first time. I waited until my sinuses weren't completely blocked because it was advised against using it when fully blocked. Prepare a tissue/towel by your side.
Lean over your sink and face it head-on. Stare at that plug and give yourself a pat on the back for giving it a try. Tilt your head to the side keeping your chin to your chest more than your forehead facing up. One nostril should be above the other. This directs the water for you.
Pop the end of the neti pot into your nose. Don't start to pour yet. Find a focal point to stare at or close your eyes. Open your mouth and begin to breathe through your mouth. Raise your elbow to allow the water to start to pour. You'll feel an uncomfortable bubble of water gushing into your nose as if you've just jumped into a swimming pool. This will ease off once the irrigation gets going. There may be a small pause before the water comes out the other nostril. It should run out in a smooth flow. It can drip or dribble out. This means your position isn't quite right. Keep the pot away from your cheek. Tilt your head down a little. Move your head a little to adjust until the water pours out.
Keep breathing through your mouth.
Take a break if you need to. Blow out the water and take a moment. Then start again.
Once the pot is empty, blow your nose gently to expel remaining water with your towel or tissue.
Repeat the process on the other side/nostril.
You will feel a bit strange after doing this procedure. You can feel a bit of odd pressure in your face and forehead but it's not uncomfortable or painful. You just know somethings been up there and it's adjusting. Especially if this is your first go. The odd bit of water may run out of your nose afterwards so keep a tissue nearby. My eyes watered a little during the procedure but they didn't hurt etc
I felt my sinuses draining as normal down the back of my throat after use. This hasn't been happening for a long time and was strangely nice to feel. I still use my nasal spray but I only use it once per day after using the neti pot. From 5 times to once it's pretty damn good. I get around 12 hours of relief after usage.
I've sneezed a few times after use which helps clear the passages.
During my first time, I had some water trickle down the back of my throat and trickle into my ear. This was uncomfortable and with a weakness in my ear, I was afraid it was going to turn nasty. It actually passed within a few hours once the water had found its way out but still remained uncomfortable as if I had a cold before that time. This was purely down to myself and how I'd done the procedure. My angle was off, my forehead was up rather than chin down. This wasn't the fault of the product. If you're brand new to this, try this procedure before bedtime or on a day where you haven't got to go to work, just in case, like me, you get it a little wrong and feel a bit unwell afterwards. It will all pass! It's a cleaning method after all. It shouldn't infect you or make your worse! Don't give up on it and try again. During my second attempt, I had no water in my ear or down my throat at all. I was aware of the problems.
I have tried this twice over three days, purely because I wasn't home during one of those days to try it, and I've seen a difference in my nose and being able to breathe normally. I'd recommend to anyone struggling to breathe and having sinus pain.
Long lasting material.
Unchipped and adapts to the temperature of the water inside it.
Hold the right amount of water.
Easy to clean and dishwasher safe.
There are no cons of this product itself** However, there are cons of the irrigation.
Water can go down your throat/ear.
The water temperature can be incorrect.
You can put in too much salt and burn your sinuses.
You can use the wrong water.
**Thoroughly research it before trying it just to be safe.
Good luck with your neti pot. I hope you can breathe as easily as I now can. 100% would recomend it.
Fast delivery, packed well, happy with purchase
Only problem is that when it's full and you want to stir it to dissolve the salt the water leaks out of the spout. You have to close the spout with a finger to stop that.
It's quite pretty in its own way and is fine for use at home. I have a plastic one I take on holidays etc
Fast delivery, very easy to use, good quality and simple instructions. Loved it!
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