Copper Neti pot
The word "neti" is from the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit, meaning "nasal cleaning". The technique has been used for centuries in the Ayurveda and yoga disciplines, assisting in promoting wellness and biologically preparing the body for the rigorous routines of yoga and meditation.
Nature’s shield Neti pot is a unique design and is made from finest quality, heavy gauge copper available in the market. These hand made Neti Pots using traditional molds are bound to delight by the uniqueness in the patterns . Since each one is individually crafted with a lot of love, it will have some sort of uniqueness in the texture. We are directly sourcing this from the small communities who are traditionally making various copper products for generations .This enable us to contribute to these communities positively .
This unique shape dispenses the perfect rate of flow to optimally cleanse the sinus passages . This Neti pot is very travel friendly .
Usage:Please wash the Neti Pot thoroughly before use.Dissolve a generous half teaspoon of non-iodised salt with 1 cup lukewarm (body temperature) distilled or boiled pure water. Never use untreated tap water. Standing over a sink or bath or outdoors, tilt your head sideways so that your ear faces the floor. While breathing through the mouth, insert the spout into one nostril and breathe evenly while the solution makes its way through the sinuses and out the opposite nostril. Allow a continuous flow until half the solution has been used. Repeat on the opposite side. To conclude, gently blow excess water from the nose, without using the fingers. Once all dripping has been cleared, blow gently using a tissue to remove any residual moisture.
Q: The colour is fading on my copper neti pot over time, is this Ok ?How can I clean them naturally?
A: Yes, as we know the copper does oxidise with air over time which forms a coating on it . This is actually a good measure for the purity of the copper .
You can clean the copper naturally by rubbing salt ,Lemon and vinegar solution ( make the solution by mixing salt , lemon and vinegar) on to copper surface with a cloth.