Himalayan Institute, Neti•Salt, Eco Refillable Jar, 12 oz (340.2 g)93 Reviews
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1.01 lbs (0.46 kg)
- Product Code: HIP-60007
- UPC Code: 652865600071
- Package Quantity: 12 oz (340.2 g)
- Dimensions: 2.8 x 2.8 x 3.1 in, 0.85 lbs (0.39 kg)
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- 20% More Free!
- 99.99% Pure Non-Iodized Salt
- No Additives or Anti-Caking Agents
- Pharmaceutical Grade
- Petroleum-Free Jar and Spoon
- The Original Since 1972
- Doctor Recommended
- Supports Humanitarian Projects
Use to perform the nasal wash as directed in your Neti Pot instructions. Using the included neti spoon (holds 1/4 of a teaspoon), place a level scoop of Neti Salt into your Neti Pot and add warm water.
Additive-free; any chumps may be broken apart and used.
Pharmaceutical grade sodium chloride (99.99%) USP
Refillable pla jar, spoon and label made from ingenuity from plants not oils
Keep tightly closed to protect from moisture.
iHerb Customer Reviews
This is so much better to use than regular table salt, which just irritates my sinuses more. Great, pure salt.
After inhaling some bad particles from the Santa Barbara fire, we both had double pneumonia, nearly died. Using the netty pot helped us to breath. Vital function. Good to have one on hand. East Indians use them on a daily basis just to clean the nasal canals, I hear. I recommend this product for every household, be sure to follow instructions and dissolve sea salt in water, never use plain water. MM