Jala Neti Pot – Ceramic 185 ml

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The Neti pot is a small container with a long spout used to rinse the nasal cavities typically with a saline solution as a form of alternative therapy for upper respiratory ailments. This process of Jala Neti(Nasal rinsing with the Neti pot) has been a part of Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds of years and provides a natural way to clear nasal passages and to relieve nasal congestion and allergies.

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BENEFITS OF JALA NETI:

  • Helps ease wheezing and other asthmatic conditions with regular practice.
  • Daily practice promotes nasal hygiene by removing dirt being trapped along with the mucus in the nostrils.
  • Helps in the treatment of sinusitis and nasal congestion.
  • Reduces the risk of getting tinnitus and middle ear infections.
  • Can alleviate issues like sore throats, tonsils, and dry coughs.
  • It can clear the eye ducts and improve vision.
  • Helps improve olfactory sensitivity

 

KEY FEATURES OF OUR NETI POT :

  • Made from 100% ceramic; eco-friendly and plastic free
  • Available in 7 gorgeous colours
  • Ergonomic shape – long and narrow spout on the side with a slightly enlarged tip
  • Comes in 185ml size

 

HOW TO PERFORM JALA NETI :

Mix 1/2 tablespoon(2.5 gms) of Non-iodised salt( preferably finely ground Himalayan Salt) to like warm water in the 185ml Neti pot and mix well. For the 100ml pot, use 1/4 tablespoon(1.25gms) and mix well.

For using the neti pot, tilt your head sideways and place the spout of the neti pot in the upper nostril. Breathe through your mouth while performing Jala Neti and pour the saline solution into your upper nostril so that the liquid drains through the lower nostril. Repeat on the other side.

 

HOW MANY TIMES SHOULD YOU DO JALA NETI?

Traditionally, Jala Neti has been a part of Ayurveda’s daily morning ritual. You could do it everyday or 3-4 times a week depending on your schedule.
You could also do it more than once a day if you are facing throat or nasal congestion or sinusitis.

 

JAL NETI PRECAUTIONS :

People with high blood pressure should consult a doctor or general physician before starting Jal Neti.
Be sure to blow out your nose after the process and rid the nasal passages of any saline solution as it may cause infection if not dried out properly.
We recommend you to seek the guidance of an expert practitioner if you’re doing it for the first time (as with any yogic practice.

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    January 5, 2023

    Nicely made Neti pots. I’ve been buying products from Sarveda and your products range is good for yoga practioners

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    April 3, 2023

    The product is firmly packed.

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    April 11, 2023

    Loved that it came in colours. And was very well made, long lasting.

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