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Neti pots are used to perform Jalaneti, which means nasal irrigation. Neti nasal cleansing has been practiced for hundreds of years to aid allergies, common colds and even asthma. Nasal irrigation with salt water as an adjunctive treatment to relieve the symptoms of nasal congestion and sinusitis. To use a Neti pot, a little jug with a spout. You pour the salt solution from the Neti pot into one nostril and it drains out the other nostril.

The Neti pot originated in India in Ayurveda medicine. Neti is Sanskrit for “nasal cleansing.” Nasal irrigation provides short-term symptomatic relief and may improve nasal mucociliary clearance. It removes mucus not only from the nose but also from the maxillary and ethmoid sinuses.
A randomized controlled trial in 2002 found that daily hypertonic saline nasal irrigation improves sinus-related quality of life, decreases symptoms, and decreases medication use in patients with frequent sinusitis. It is also suggested from recent research to follow regular use with period of not using as an overuse can be counter productive.