Herbal Remedy Secrets For Sinusitis

Before times of modern medication, herbal remedies were the key to better health and people used sinusitis herbs to address the problems of their sinuses. People were simple back in those days and had to live within their means. They didn’t have a lot of funds or credit cards, so they made do with what they had and what they could produce themselves. Gardens were packed full of vegetables, fruits and herbs, and the herbs were not just for seasoning their food, but for curing their bodies. Some of these herbal remedies are still popular for sinus problems today.

Xin Yi San was a popular herbal remedies that was almost considered magic in the way that it fought sinusitis. It was compiled of all natural ingredients that could usually be found in the gardens of ordinary housewives: magnolia flower, asarum, straw seed, ledbouriella, angelica, ligusticum, cimicifuga, akebia and licorice. When these ingredients were mixed together, they would form a sinus fighter that could unclog the stuffiest of noses and would slow the production of mucus. The best part of this remedy was the fact it was cheap to grow and maintain in their private gardens.

When you think about some of these sinusitis herbs, you have to be a bit careful about their use. Even though most herbs are safe, there are some dangerous ones, and you have to know what you are doing when you combine them. So, it is not advisable to go and concoct any mixture for medical use without the consultation. An herbalist or a natural doctor will be able to advise you. Just because you can find all of the ingredients in a health store doesn’t mean that you should make Xin Yi San or any other herbal mixture. In addition, you should be careful not to consume too much of any herbal cure. Too much of a good thing can have adverse affects. And there is a possibility that some herbs, safe in small quantities, can be poisonous in larger quantities.

Sinusitis herbs, just like all medications, can affect different people in different ways. Weight, age, pregnancy, metabolic rate and allergies are some factors that you need to consider even when you begin to take herbal remedies. This is why it is important to consult with an expert on the use of these herbs, either an herbalist, or a homeopathic doctor.

Another problem that can contribute to sinusitis, but that can have a perfectly natural cure is the food you eat. Nothing is more natural than avoiding certain foods, and it has been shown that some foods tend to make your body create more mucus. It stands to reason that eating less of these foods will create less mucus, and therefore lessen your problems with sinusitis. As soon as you feel that your mucus is becoming overactive try avoiding these products: milk, ice cream, cheese, red meats and fried foods. By taking these out of your diet you can slow the mucus secretions and make you feel better sooner.

A great way to “burn” the infections out of your system is to use a perfect sinusitis herb, horseradish. Horseradish is safe to eat if you can stand the heat that is part of the experience. Drinking equal amounts of grated horseradish and lemon juice mixed can fight infection and can quickly clear your sinuses. Other herbs have strong healing capabilities as well. Gardens years ago were full of these kinds of agents used for healing. Cooking with turmeric (curry) was used in eastern cooking and was thought of as being a leading inflammation reducer, and therefore a perfect candidate as a sinusitis herb.

Many teas were made from herbs and they could help heal different problems from swelling to congestion. The steam from these teas would help loosen congestion in the head and nose making breathing easier. Tomato tea is packed full of strong ingredients: tomato juice, lemon and garlic. This mix of vitamins will help you fight infection and treat sinusitis. If you are just looking for the simpler side of things; lemon balm tea is great for soothing a sore throat and lemon balm is great as a preventative for sinus problems even before they have a chance to hit.

Source by Mary Elizabeth Robertson


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