- Neti Booklet
- Dugdha Neti. (using milk). Ghrita Neti.
- SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR SOME YOGA PRACTICES IN SINUSITIS
- Types of Neti include Jala Neti (nasal irrigation with lukewarm saline water) and Sutra Neti (nasal cleaning with a thread or catheter.
- Yoga Glossary
- initiation given by the guru. Dosha three humours of the body; see kapha, pitta, vata. Dugdha neti nasal irrigation or cleansing technique using milk.
- PEACE OF MIND THROUGH YOGA AND MEDITATION
- 3. SHANKH PRAKSHALAN. (irrigate intestines and anal passage).
- Indian Journal of Ancient Medicine and Yoga
- neti (4) Dugdha netic. (1) Jal (water) neti - passing warm saline water through the nose,.
- Nasal cleaning | Neti - Including Jala Neti and Sutra Neti
- Nasal Cleansing is of three kinds: Jala Neti, Dugdha Neti and Sutra Neti. They are particularly beneficial for all respiratory tract afflictions.
- Sutra Neti. Duration, Frequency and Time of Practice
- Aug 17, 2011 For this reason, it is a good idea to conclude your practice by doing either dugdha neti (neti with milk) or ghrita neti (neti with ghee).
- The History of the Neti Pot | eHow.com
- According to Yoga Magazine, other warm fluids that may be used in the neti pot instead of saline are milk (dugdha neti), ghee (ghrita neti) or urine.
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