Terapi Jalā Netī sebagai Upaya Pembersihan Saluran Pernapasan Hidung

Yoga Wiyana, Made G. Juniartha

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The nose is a vital respiratory organ that has a role as the first organ that protects the body in the respiratory tract against microorganisms and other harmful substances that are inhaled along with the entry of air. Therefore, nasal hygiene is something that needs to be considered, especially if there are disturbances. One way that can be done is by means of Jalā Netī therapy. Jalā Netī therapy or nasal cleansing is a simple technique that can be used to treat symptoms of problems or diseases that occur in the nasal cavity. Jalā Netī therapy or nasal cleansing has benefits if done properly. Jalā Netī is part of the six body cleansing techniques in Hatha Yoga called Shatkarmā. There are four main texts of Hatha Yoga that describe Jalā Netī including Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Gheranda Samhita, Shiva Samhita and Hatharatnavali. Jalā Netī is performed by flowing warm water mixed with a little salt (Lavan Jalā) from one nostril to the other using a specially designed pot or tool. Jalā Netī has a cleansing effect on the nasal cavity by removing the remaining dirt and microorganisms in the nasal cavity and providing healing therapy for disorders or diseases of the nasal respiratory tract.


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nose; jalā netī; effect

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25078/jyk.v4i2.2679

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