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5 Sinuses Remedies

5 Sinuses Remedies

Headaches?  Pressure? Drainage?  Can’t smell?  Or strange smells? There are a number of things you can do for inflamed sinuses.  While you get to the root of why this infection occurred in the first place, there are remedies you can use to help with your symptoms.

  1. Place one drop of peppermint oil mixed with a little coconut oil on the bridge of your nose.
  2. Use a Netti Pot and irrigate with a saline solution to clear out excess blockage, relieve pressure, and stimulate healing.
  3. Take a fermented cod liver will help to stimulate the immune system.  I like the cinnamon flavor.
  4. Garlic and astragalus help boost the immune system.
  5. Identify and eliminate food intolerances and allergies. This is getting to the root of the problem. When you eat foods you can’t tolerate, it causes inflammation.  For a certain number of people, the sinuses react. The typical foods that people react to include corn (and popcorn), gluten, dairy, soy, sugar, and eggs. One person I talked with was allergic to garlic that caused all his sinus problems. You could eliminate all of the most common foods and see if your sinuses clear up.  You could add one food in at a time and only one per week; only one per week due to a delayed reaction.

For more help, see my book Juice Lady’s Remedies for Asthma and Allergies and the package with HistaEze

Allergy Free for Life.

 

One comment

  1. Thank you for the information and fixing the link, as I am currently suffering from sinus issues. Do you have any recommendations as how to unplug a middle ear infection? Or how to prevent ears from plugging up in the first place???