Tuesday, January 11, 2011

My Magic Lamp for Nasal Nasties

I have what I call a miracle worker for my sinuses. It looks like a small tea pot or one of those magical lamps Genies come out of when you rub them. This wonderful device is used for irrigating the nasal passages with saline. The origins of nasal irrigation are understood to be in the ancient Hindu practice of Ayurveda and Yoga whose roots are traced to the Vedas and Yogis. The device used is called the neti pot. Neti pots can be made from clay, glass, various metals, plastic, or ceramic.

Mine happens to be a plastic version I received a while back for free as part of a promotion. This promotion happens to be going on now again for a limited time. You can sign up to receive the exact same version, the NASAFLO Neti Pot, I have for free on Facebook. All you have to do is go NeilMed Neti Pot on Facebook then click on the tab that says FREE Neti Pot and follow the instructions.

My neti pot has helped me tremendously! My sinus headaches have been alleviated and my nasal cavities feel great! If you have sinus problems, nasal allergies, asthma, or colds this natural remedy is definitely worth a try.

Here is a How-To:

DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this blog post is, at best, of a general nature and cannot substitute for the advice of a medical professional (for instance, a qualified doctor/physician, nurse, pharmacist/chemist, and so on). I am not a medical professional, just a mom with a opinion. The neti pot is not supposed to "cure" anyone's ailments and I am not suggesting or claiming that it does. I am only suggesting that you should try it for yourself and see if helps you. People are all different and outcomes could vary drastically.

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