Nasal Cleansing (Neti) Pots help to cleanse and moisturize the nasal passages according to the traditional practice of Neti. The process of nasal cleansing can be soothing and moistening to dried out nasal passages while helping to clear and irrigate them. This salt can be used with any Neti Pots.
This Neti Pot Salt is a pure USP grade salt (sodium chloride) recommended for use where the highest standards are required.
This salt is non-iodized, and contains no additives, preservatives, or anti-caking agents.
Comes in a convenient, re-sealable 8 oz bag with a zipper closure to prevent moisture from affecting the salt.
PLEASE NOTE: Use only clean, lukewarm (not cold or hot) water that is distilled, sterile or previously boiled. If using boiled water, boil for 3-5 minutes and cool to lukewarm, store in a clean, closed container, use within 24 hours.
Directions: Use a heaping 1/4 tsp. per Neti Pot use.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
It is important to use a clean, easily dissolvable salt in your neti pot. If you have a sinus infection, then you can also add substances like wild oregano oil (dilute 7:1 in olive oil, then add 20 drops to your warm water and mix well) or colloidal silver (1 tsp) to the warm water and salt solution.
If you are very congested, you can add 4 drops of regular wild oregano to your neti pot water - when you are very congested, you can't feel much in your sinuses! And the stronger dose of wild oregano will kill the infection faster.
My kids use the neti pot before bed if they have a cold and it clears out the sinuses so they can sleep well!
If you suffer from allergies, then flush your sinuses 1 – 3 times per day, take 1000 mg Quercetin per day and use the Similasan Eyedrops if you also get itchy, runny eyes. As well, boost your immune system by not eating sugar and taking vitamin C.