Short, Stout, Has a Handle on Colds – New York Times

Originally part of a millennia-old Indian yogic tradition, the practice of nasal irrigation — jala neti — is performed with a small pot that looks like a cross between Aladdin’s lamp and your grandmother’s gravy boat. The neti pot made its way into this country in the early 1970s as a yoga meditation device, but even as yoga became mainstream, the neti pot remained on the fringes of alternative culture.

Short, Stout, Has a Handle on Colds – New York Times

Finally the Neti pot gets some mainstream coverage.

This has been a secret health tool of the yogis for centuries.

Now even Oprah is using it.

I like to use it every day. Steve does also.

Your nose will never be the same again.

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