Himalayan Institute - Neti Pot Porcelain Sinus Cleansing System
Himalayan Institute Neti Pot Porcelain enhances sinus and immune support. Himalayan Institute introduced the ceramic Neti Pot in 1972. Their trademarked lotus design and distinctive shape dispenses the perfect rate of flow to optimally cleanse the sinus passages. Made with food-grade glaze and certified lead-free.
Ceramic Neti Pot Starter Kit
The Himalayan Institute introduced the ceramic Neti Pot in 1972. Himalayan Institute's trademarked lotus design and distinctive shape dispenses the perfect rate of flow to optimally cleanse the sinus passages. Made with food-grade glaze and certified lead-free.
- Soothe dry nasal passages
- Gently wash away dust, pollen, and irritants
- Remove excess mucus… naturally
Starter Kit Contains:
- Himalayan Institute's Original Ceramic Neti Pot
Himalayan Institute's best-selling porcelain Neti Pot makes nasal irrigation easy and comfortable. The pot, with its distinctive shape and their trademarked lotus designe, dispeanses the perfect rate of flow to optimally cleanse the sinus passages. Made with lead-free ceramic and food-grade glaze.
- 12oz of Neti Salt with measuring spoon in a refillable jar
Refillable eco jar for use with the sinus cleansing system. Neti Pot Salt is 99.99% USP grade salt, the highest purity salt commercially available. It contains no additives or anti-caking agents. This refillable 12 oz jar and perfect-measure spoon are made from the same environmentally conscious material as the Eco Neti Pot.
- Neti Wash Plus Daily Boost – to help sooth dry nasal passages
Aromatic zinc-free Neti Wash Plus Daily Boost contains 4 herbal extracts and essential oils of peppermint, eucalyptus, and menthol to cool, gie relief from congestion, and invigorate. In conjunction with a nasal wash, it mildly cleanses the sinuses and helps to nourish and moisturize the nasal passages.
Why a Nasal Wash?
The nasal passages are lined with a thin layer of mucus that is one of our body's first lines of defense against disease. A nasal wash keeps this layer of mucus moist, clean, and healthy. Compared to other nasal wash techniques, using the Neti Pot is easy. A nasal wash can be as routine as brushing your teeth.
Use it anytime to:
- Remove excess mucus due to congestion
- Rid nostrils of pollen and other allergens
- Cleanse the nasal membranes of dust, smoke, or other airborne contaminants
- Relieve nasal dryness due to air travel
- Improve flow of breath before doing relaxation or meditation techniques
Features of the Ceramic Neti Pot
- Classic feel of a ceramic pot
- Certified lead-free
The Ceramic Neti Pot is not microwavable
Always use sterilized water, such as boiled or distilled water, during nasal cleansing.
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.
About The Himalayan Institute
The mission of the Himalayan Institute is to offer knowledge, training, and the environment to realize one's full potential and bring a qualitative transformation in ourselves and in the larger world of which we are an integral part.
A leader in the field of yoga, meditation, spirituality, and holistic health, the Himalayan Institute is a non-profit, international organization dedicated to serving humanity through educational, spiritual, and humanitarian programs. The Institute and its varied activities and programs exemplify the spiritual heritage of mankind that unites East and West, spirituality and science, and ancient wisdom and modern technology.
Himalayan Institute's Global Humanitarian Projects
Humanitarian projects have been a major focus of the Himalayan Institute for over 30 years. Their humanitarian mission is Yoga in Action—offering spiritually-grounded healing and transformation to the world. Their humanitarian projects serve impoverished communities through rural empowerment and environmental regeneration.
Himalayan Institute's flagship humanitarian project is the HI Community Center in Kumbo, Cameroon (West Africa), launched in 2007. Its major programs include the Total Health Center, School of Carpentry & Construction, Kumbo Public Library, and clean water projects.
HI humanitarian projects also include support for village schools and a traditional Sanskrit college in rural North India; large-scale tree plantation and energy farming training centers for Tibetan refugees; and an organic farming training center in the rural mountain village of Jonotla, Mexico.