sinusitis

Sinusitis Treatment | Sinus Infection – Where Salt Therapy Is The Best Natural Option

Having sinusitis is uncomfortable. Sinus infections last longer than a cold and tend to be more painful. The worst thing about having a sinus infection  is trying to sleep when you have it. Either the room temperature isn’t right or you feel like you can’t breathe because your nose feels so clogged up. It’s difficult […]

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Salt Room Therapy to Ease Sinusitis

Sinusitis is a painful infection and/or inflammation of sinuses. This occurs behind the forehead and behind the cheek bones where your sinuses are located. Bacteria or viruses may cause such infections.  The accumulation of mucus within the sinus cavities causes a pressing pain in affected areas. Allergens found naturally within the home, office or outside

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Health Benefits of Cinnamon in Respiratory Diseases

The scientific name of cinnamon is ”Cinnamomum verum” and comes from the Greek “Kinnamomon”. Cinnamon is used as a spice and for its medicinal properties since ancient times. It is documented in China 2700 BC, in India in the Ayurvedic medicine and later in Greece and during the Roman imperium. Cinnamon has many health benefits

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Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper in Respiratory Diseases

Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper in Respiratory Disease For thousands of years, Cayenne Pepper has been renowned for its healing properties. Dr. Schulze, a renowned herbalist, said, “If you master only one herb in your life, master cayenne pepper. It is more powerful than any other.” Its potent effects on the heart and circulatory system

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Understanding and Fighting Hay Fever

Hay Fever known in medicine as allergic rhinitis, is an allergic inflammation of the nasal mucosa and nasal airways.  Typically, this is due to pollens of any kind of plants, including those used to make hay. The symptoms resemble a cold or flu: stuffy nose, runny nose, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, nasal inflammation, sinusitis, and

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