Is using boiled water in neti pot that's only boiled for 30 seconds safe?
So I’m using a neti pot at the moment to help with my allergies.
I put in some water and boiled it – put it in the neti pot and squirted away. Then I read the instructions and it says to boil it for 3— 5 minutes, a kettle doesn’t do that – it only boils for what – 30 seconds?
Worried about the brain eating parasite.
I’m using council water, so it’s filtered and chlorinated.
Hugely paranoid – anyone else just use standard boiled water from a kettle, only 30seconds of boiling?
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