Steel Neti Pot for Sinus Congestion Ayurvedic JalNeti By HealthNode
About the product
Jala neti kriya, more commonly referred to simply as neti is a simple procedure for maintaining nasal hygiene by means of irrigating the nostrils with warm salty water.
Neti effectively removes dirt and bacteria filled mucus from the nasal passages
Immediate relief from respiratory disorders like sinusitis, allergy, asthma, hay fever etc.
Neti helps to re-program the body’s natural mechanisms against respiratory complaints including sore throats, coughs, postnasal drips etc.
If you practice advanced stages of neti, it works wonders for throat infections. It helps to re-program the body’s natural mechanisms against respiratory complaints including sore throats and coughs.
Jala Neti Kriya Benefits : It cures problems associated with the eyes and ears such as certain types of deafness, tinitis and myopia. It stimulates better powers of visualization and concentration and gives a feeling of lightness and clarity to the mind. It has soothing effect on the brain, so it gives relief from headaches, migraine, depression, mental tensions and even epilepsy, hysteria and temper tantrums. On a higher plane, it is very effective for meditation as it works on the subtle effects of the olfactory bulb, and the psychic center, which is known as the Ajna Chakra in yoga. It is excellent if you are trying to give up smoking. It reduces mouth breathing and re-sensitizes the nose to the indecency and discomfort of ingesting smoke. Precautions : If possible, use a neti pot per nostril. If the nose is blocked with cold or bleeding or infected internally, then avoid this kriya (process). Method :A special NETI POT (as shown in the picture) is used. Heat filtered or bottled water (about 500 ml) to the point of boiling. Add a teaspoon of sea salt or rock salt (preferably) and stir. Let the water get to warm enough temperature which can be poured in nose without causing burning sensation. (Test the heat with your finger tips) Tilt your head and insert the nozzle of the neti pot into the nostril opposite (start with the nostril that is breathing better at that moment). Without force, breathe through your mouth by keeping it partially open. Tilt the neti pot until the water starts coming out of the other nostril by gravity. They should first clear nose by Kapalbhati Pranayam and then practice jalaneti. Also avoid practicing it at night times. Always do it when sun is shining (preferably early in the morning with empty stomach).
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