Call it a neti pot, a nose wash or a nose bidet, but they all refer to the same thing. NeilMed®’s NasaFlo®neti pot is a ergonomically designed nasal wash system to make washing out your nose easier then a conventional neti pot.The NasaFlo® Neti Pot helps alleviate...
Dr. Mehta, Founder, President of NeilMed and developer of patented nasal irrigation systems, very strongly believes that no Neti Pot can be as effective as our patented positive pressure SINUS RINSE™ device supported by most major medical centers in North America, published in medical journals and used by several millions worldwide.(As Per A C Nielsen market monitor Data)
NeilMedNasaFlo®Neti Pot comes with 50 packets of a precisely measured mixture of USP grade (99.9% Pure), preservative free Sodium Chloride and Sodium Bicarbonate mixture. Adding one packet of this patented mixture to 8 oz. (240 mL) of lukewarm water, makes a non burning, non stinging, soothing therapeutic solution that gently washes the nasal passages. The device allows for a smooth gravity flow that does not create any pressure in the nasal passage, ears or sinuses. This box also contains an extensive, illustrated, educational brochure on nasal and sinus disease, written by a Dr. Mehta.
Both are safe and equally effective, however, if you prefer the porcelain Neti Pots, we have them available in very beautiful colors and are hand crafted precisely to meet your high expectations. Also, both come with a lid.
NeilMed has learned about recent news and internet articles concerning the improper use of unfiltered or contaminated tap water with neti pots. We emphasize that, when used as directed, NeilMed's nasal wash devices are safe, affordable and effective to use. NeilMed's directions of use have always stressed the importance of using clean and previously boiled water, distilled water or filtered water through a 0.2 micron filter for nasal irrigation. Our product brochure instructions clearly note that using tap water is not recommended. Please do not use tap or faucet water when using NeilMed's nasal wash devices. If you always use distilled, previously boiled or filtered water through a 0.2 micron filter for nasal rinsing with a Neti Pot; there is no cause for concern. NeilMed also provides a protocol for disinfecting NeilMed nasal irrigation devices. Please follow the protocol.
NeilMed products have helped millions worldwide and millions continue to use the nasal irrigation for their nasal and sinus mucus symptoms. Please review the warnings and follow the directions set forth in our brochures, flyers, pamphlets. Please review NeilMed's website for the most up-to-date product information; and avoid other unauthorized sources.
If you cannot obtain previously boiled water, distilled water or filtered water for nasal irrigation, you can use the NeilMed Sinuflo Ready Rinse, a premixed, ready to use solution, which is available in Walgreens, CVS and Rite Aid and several other stores.
We recommend that you also review our disinfection protocol available at our website www.neilmed.com/usa/use_npsr.php or read Dr. Mehta's education brochure which is included with our product packaging.
Click here to download Dr. Mehta's educational brochure.
Patent Information USA-6,520,384 / 6,669,059 Canada-2,443,970 Australia-09/845,759 New Zealand-534041 Mexico-Pa/a/2003/009867 Other patents issued or pending