Neti Churn

In the ayurvedic philosophy and Kundalini Yoga tradition, warm salted water is highly recommended for cleansing the nose and nasal areas. Using the Neti Churn has a very effective impulse on the entire nasal system.

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In the ayurvedic philosophy and Kundalini Yoga tradition, warm salted water is highly recommended for cleansing the nose and nasal areas. Using the Neti Churn has a very effective impulse on the entire nasal system. The salt removes excess mucus and prevents many diseases in a natural way. Above that, regular use promotes the vitality of the mucus membranes.

Instructions for use:
Fill the Neti pot with warm, slightly salted water. Use only good and natural salt without any additions, such as Himalaya crystal salt or pure sea salt. The concentration of salt is about 1 %, meaning approx. 2.5 g salt on 1/4 liters of water. The ideal temperature of the water is 38-39 ° C, which is slightly higher than our own body temperature.

Rinse the churn first with clean, warm water. A pre-warmed container ensures that the salt solution will not cool down too quickly during the session. The general guideline is that the liquid must not be experienced as painful or irritating. Take a relaxed pose, this can be either standing upright or sitting.
Put the spout of the Neti churn into one nostril. The position of the head and the nasal cleansing pot are adjusted to allow the water to flow out of the other nostril. Breathe in a relaxed way through the mouth during the procedure. Repeat this procedure with the other nostril and blow your nose afterwards.
Per churn one does one nostril.

This Neti Churn is high-quality made of ceramic.
Color: Yellow, Orange, red, Red-Brown, Dark Blue.

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