Nasal Neti Pots and Your Health: Why Body Ecology Recommends this Ancient Therapy

It’s cold and flu season, sinus infection is a part of life for almost 30 million Americans, and prime allergy season is coming. If you suffer from regular upper respiratory infections or allergies, then you need to know about nasal irrigation.

Are you one of the 37 million adults with chronic sinusitis?1

Or perhaps you are one of the 50 million people in the United States routinely affected by allergies?2

If your upper respiratory health is important to you, then a not-so-new technique can be one of your front lines of defense this cold and flu season. In fact, it may even clear up your allergies and chronic sinusitis.

An Ancient Practice

For thousands of years, yogis have practiced cleansing rituals and routines that enhance their health and act as preventative medicine. One of these ancient techniques is nasal irrigation, using nasal neti pots.

In our western culture, nasal irrigation is not incredibly common, but in the face of widespread ear, nose, and throat (ENT) infections, nasal neti pots provide a powerful solution.

Years ago, people lived in environments with clean air and water, regular time outdoors and low amounts of pollen. Regular swimming, fresh air and nose blowing were enough to maintain healthy nasal passages.

These days, we spend our lives in air-conditioned and heated closed spaces, surrounded by dirty air.

Our noses have to filter out more pollution, dust, dirt and germs now than ever before!

Help your body cleanse itself by using a nasal neti pot and saline wash, and you’ll be doing your nose and your health a favor!

Nasal neti pots can address these conditions:

  • Chronic sinusitis and sinus infection
  • Upper respiratory infections
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Exposure to smoke and other air pollution
  • Cold and flu

At a time when antibiotics and standard over-the-counter drugs are increasingly ineffective, nasal neti pots can be your prevention and treatment for ENT infections.

Here at Body Ecology, we have found a Stainless Steel Nasal Neti Pot that makes clearing your nasal passages easy. This particular model is simple and effective and comes with detailed instructions on how to use it with a simple saline wash. You can even use this nasal neti pot with children!

A nasal neti pot could be the key to your upper respiratory health. This stainless steel version makes the process clean and easy. CHECK OUT THE NASAL NETI POT WE RECOMMEND NOW.

What The Experts Say

Even ENT doctors recognize the effectiveness of nasal neti pots in treating and preventing sinus infection and chronic sinusitis.

“Nasal Irrigation can potentially be the most therapeutic measure in completely eliminating a sinus infection.”

– Dr. Robert S. Iyker, Dept. of Otolaryngology, University of Colorado

“The action of fluid through the nose is so effective in clearing blocked passages that, if it is done regularly, some patients with persistent or chronic sinusitis need no drug treatment at all.”

– Dr. Gary Rachelefsky. Associate Director, Allergy- Immunology, UCLA

A New Routine

You can add regular cleansing of your nasal passages to your daily routine, just like brushing your teeth or taking a shower. In fact, it’s best to cleanse your nasal passages after a hot shower as the heat and moisture loosen mucous and help the process along.
Say good bye to decongestants, antibiotics and constant nose blowing!

An IMPORTANT Word About PREVENTION – Body Ecology for Your Sinuses

While the nasal neti pot is a great way to improve sinus infections, allergies and upper respiratory health, it’s even more important to focus on prevention of these issues to begin with.

There has been much speculation about why sinus infections occur. Some experts have drawn a correlation between allergies to gluten and dairy as the cause. Removing gluten and dairy, common allergens, has had great results for many sufferers of sinus problems.

In a 1999 study, the Mayo Clinic found that sinus infections, rather than allergies are actually the immune system’s response to a fungus.4 The findings showed that the body actually sends a type of white blood cell to attack the fungi, and it is this response that irritates the membranes in the nose.

The Body Ecology system of health and healing is exceptional for prevention of illness and dis-ease for several reasons:

  • Body Ecology is gluten-free and dairy-free, removing two of the most common allergens that exacerbate sinus problems.
  • Body Ecology is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-viral, helping remove pathogens and balance your inner ecosystem.
  • Body Ecology boosts your immunity, which is key to preventing illness and keeping you healthy and strong.

If you want to learn more about how probiotics can keep you healthy this winter season, then be sure to get Donna Gates’ exclusive audio presentation, The Benefits of a Probiotic Diet. This CD discusses how important probiotics are for your health and reveals the little-known solutions that can enhance your immunity and heal your body. Get your copy of The Benefits of a Probiotic Diet today!

In fact, when you are following the Body Ecology program, you will get plenty of potent probiotic foods and drinks, like cultured vegetables and Young Coconut Kefir. Probiotic foods and drinks establish a healthy inner ecosystem in your gut, where infection-fighting GOOD bacteria and yeast can thrive, keeping you healthier this winter and all year round!

The ancient yogis were right: routine cleansing of your nasal passages, along with regular exercise and a healthy diet can help you stay well this cold and flu season.

By following a healthy Body Ecology diet and employing natural cleansing techniques like the nasal neti pot, you can tap into the healing wisdom of the ancients today.

For more information on the amazing benefits of immune-boosting probiotics, get your copy of The Benefits of a Probiotic Diet today!


  1. Mayo Clinic Study Implicates Fungus As Cause Of Chronic Sinusitis. ScienceDaily (Sep. 10, 1999).
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1999/09/990910080344.htm2 Allergy Statistics, AAAAI.org.
  2. Allergy Statistics, AAAAI.org.
  3. Nasal neti pots
  4. Mayo Clinic Study Implicates Fungus As Cause Of Chronic Sinusitis. ScienceDaily (Sep. 10, 1999).
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