neti pot

neti pot

(net′ē)
A small container with a spout, used to irrigate the nose and sinuses, generally with a saline solution.
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However, when prepared water is used in a clean neti pot or other device, these methods can be perfectly safe.
Order a neti pot or buy a large syringe (remove the needle).
The only difference is in the way it is delivered like using neti pot, nasal spray, irrigation bottles, etc.
It's different than the Neti pot, as it has a suction/vacuum action that seems to gently pull excess mucus out of the sinuses.
Insert a bulb syringe, neti pot, or squeeze bottle into your upper nostril, with the end pointing outward toward your ear, and spray/ pour the solution.
The Xlear line includes nasal sprays for adults and children as well as a neti pot.
with xylitol, the brand includes nasal sprays for adults and children, and a neti pot.
You can find a neti pot at pharmacies and drug stores or among household items that look like children's sippy cups or small teapots with a narrow spout.
So they're more likely to suggest drinking water, using a neti pot and (do we sound like a broken record?
Infection has also happened when people use contaminated drinking water to cleanse their nasal passages during religious practices, use a neti pot or other device to rinse their sinuses through the nose, or get the contaminated water up their nose during recreational play.
A saline nasal spray can help rinse the nasal passages--you might also want to consider using a bulb syringe or neti pot to rinse your sinuses.
Though initially awkward, use of a Neti Pot with Neti Salt can ease sinus and nasal congestion.