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Ancient Allergy Solution

One of the most popular articles gracing NYTimes.com last week questioned whether nasal irrigation using a neti pot can help reduce allergy symptoms. "While it is not nearly as convenient as popping a pill or using a spray, several...

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One of the most popular articles gracing NYTimes.com last week questioned whether nasal irrigation using a neti pot can help reduce allergy symptoms. “While it is not nearly as convenient as popping a pill or using a spray, several recent studies have found that nasal irrigation can reduce symptoms of allergies and other nasal problems,” writes NY Times reporter Anahad O’Connor.

Have any of you noticed reduced allergy symptoms due to your neti pots? Could this be yet another ancient yogic practice that is catching on in the mainstream?