New Neti Pot
New Neti Pot
New Neti Pot
New Neti Pot
New Neti Pot
New Neti Pot

New Neti Pot

Regular price $19.99 Sale price $7.99


Because doctors agree that when done consistently, it works. Sinus rinsing cleans out your nasal passages, restores moisture and eases inflammation. It’s relief, it’s preventative, it’s healing and it allows you to…breathe.

If you're one of the millions of Americans dealing with sinus problems, you know how miserable facial pain and clogged nasal passages can be. In their search for relief, many sinus sufferers have turned to nasal saline irrigation, a therapy that uses a salt and water solution to flush out the nasal passages.

Neti Pot can help to relieve cold and flu symptoms.
Neti Pot is designed to help manage and relieve symptoms associated with sinusitis AND rhinitis!

Daily washing helps the nose, our body’s filter, work better! Wash with Neti Pot to experience the difference!

Do you currently rinse with another device? Are you sick of the choking and gagging? Or do you have nasal irritation, allergies, dryness or other sinus discomfort? Then New Neti Pot is here to provide relief!

  • Add the saline solution to a clean, dry neti pot.
  • Bend over the sink and look straight down at the sink basin.
  • Turn your head at a 45-degree angle.
  • Gently press the spout of the neti pot into the nostril closest to the ceiling.
  • Make sure you have a seal between the neti pot and your nostril. The neti pot shouldn’t touch your septum.

  • Use only distilled water, tap water boiled for several minutes and left to cool to a lukewarm temperature, or properly filtered water.
  • Don’t use water that’s too hot or too cold. Water that’s lukewarm or room temperature is best for your neti pot.
  • Always clean and dry your neti pot after each use. Wash the neti pot with hot water and antibacterial soap. Dry it thoroughly with a fresh paper towel, or let it air dry.
  • Replace your neti pot as often as you replace your toothbrush to avoid bacteria and microbe buildup.
  • Discontinue use of your neti pot if it stings your nostrils, causes ear pain, or doesn’t improve symptoms.
  • Talk to a pediatrician before using the neti pot on a young child.
  • Don’t use a neti pot on an infant.