Many times we suffer from nasal congestion, which occurs when we have a strong cold, flu or contact with certain bacteria. These are factors that can cause inflammation and infections in the sinuses. We know this is very uncomfortable and before today’s article, it seems impossible to cure!
The good news is that today we bring you some natural remedies that are very effective to get rid of the nasal congestion and achieve reduce inflammation of your nostrils. So look at how to prepare these remedies from the comfort of your home. We are sure that you and your family will be happy of not listening you blowing your nose every five minutes.¿Do you want to know more? Continue reading. Remember Share This With Your Family And Friends.
First we will show you an effective method that will help you clear your sinuses in a short time, let’s get started!
Sit comfortably, with your back straight and your head relaxed. Then with the tip of the tongue, push up the top of the mouth, in the middle of the palate.
Hold this position for 20 seconds.
Now press in the middle of the eyebrows with your thumb at the same time.
After this, rest for 10 seconds.
And repeat again. You will see how soon you will feel that the congestion disappears.
This is a practical aid to push the bone called vomer, which is located at the sides of the nostrils and pressing it is slightly sagging.
Sometimes nasal congestion is due to accumulation of mucosa, caused by inflammation, which may be due to an infection caused by fungi or other microorganisms. That is why, in order to combat these diseases and keep our sinuses clean, we bring these remedies that will help us to cleanse them:
1. SIDRA VINEGAR OF APPLE.
This food when consumed frequently helps fight the infection from the inside, strengthening your immune system. Just one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar a day will kill sinusitis in 4 days.
But also to clean the paranasal sinuses and to do it you need:
1/4 cup unfiltered apple cider vinegar.
1 tablespoon raw honey.
1/2 cup water.
1 lemon the juice.
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper.
Pour the water into a pot and simmer until it boils. When it boils, add the vinegar. After a minute remove from the fire. Add the honey along with the pepper. Finally, add the lemon juice. This mixture should be taken 2 tablespoons daily until you feel relief and if you wish you can dilute them in a glass of water.
Turmeric has a powerful compound called curcumin, which offers great health benefits including anti-inflammatory. You can consume half a teaspoon a day, to take advantage of its properties using as seasoning in the meals.
3. OREGANO OIL
This must be an oregano oil for consumption, because it is safer. Add one drop to each nostril. After a few minutes your nose rings to remove the mucus.
4. STEAM BATH
Steam is an option that helps to hydrate and loosen adhered mucus, besides combating inflammation and cleaning the ducts. With adding a few drops of essential oil of mint, eucalyptus or camphor in 2 liters of boiling water, the vapors that leave only you must inhale.
5. NASAL WASHING
This is one of the oldest remedies used by previous generations, for its magnificent results. Mix 2 parts warm water with 1 tablespoon sea salt, then wash the nostrils using the appropriate container, but can help you