The purpose of this
educational website is to de-mystify the yoga cleansing technique
of Jala Neti (also called neti or Jalaneti). This is the oldest
and most researched aspects of sinus irrigation.
While it is of natural
interest to yoga practitioners, this technique is especially suited
to the 'common' man for its remarkable effects on treating sinus
infections, allergies, headaches and even stress.
Today, millions of
people suffer from sinus infections of some sort. While many of
them are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics, there is
help available through this unique method of sinus irrigation.
In its simplest form,
Jala Neti is a way of nasal irrigation or washing of the sinuses
in a unique manner through a special pot called the neti pot or
the jalaneti pot.
I will explain the
method and why it works in a much better way than other treatments
for treating sinus infections. To understand how the method
works, click here
Details on the actual
procedure are provided. To understand “how to do”, including
specifics on the salt and drying the nose,
Explore the right
tool and the features that it must have to make the practice
most convenient and effective. To understand this,
A quick comparison of
the various neti pot varieties available has also been done for you
to make the right decision based on your preference.
See this comparison.
I have highlight some
of the common problems faced by the beginner and how to
overcome them. To read more on this section,
I have also attempted
to deal with the most common questions of the learner by including
a FAQ section on neti.
Click here to access this section.
Are Neti Pots dangerous?
I have presented an objective insight into the points raised by
skeptics and evaluating them. You can
read here about these concerns.
empirical data to prove the effectiveness of this practice
are provided here
for you to understand the true potential of this practice.
Lastly, any feedback
that you may have or your personal experience of jalaneti would
be most appreciated at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Such feedback will go a long
way in providing a true picture to the several readers.