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Wednesday November 30th, 2022
A sinus infection occurs when too much mucus builds up in the sinuses, creating a moist, stagnant environment that is perfect for the growth of viruses, bacteria, or fungi. Whether you have a single sinus infection or chronic sinusitis, the pain and pressure in your face will cause you to seek medical attention.
The following are effective home remedies for sinus infections:
Because it moistens the nasal passages as it is breathed in, steaming is beneficial for sinus infections. Use boiling water to steam cabbage leaves and 1 teaspoon of carrom seeds three to four times each day.
2. Herbal sinus remedy (1-2 times daily )
200 ml of water should be added together with 1 tsp of turmeric, a dash of cayenne, 1-2 peppercorns, and 3–4 cloves of crushed garlic. Boil the water, cut it in half, filter it, and then stir in one tablespoon of raw, unpasteurized honey (optional). It assists in treating sinus infections.
3. Making use of lep (paste)
Create a paste using dried ginger powder, turmeric powder, and ambehalad in equal parts (1 tsp each) (mango ginger powder). Once it is warm, switch off the flame. Warm it on the flame. Before going to bed, apply it to the forehead and nose, and then wash it off in the morning. (A burning feeling means the treatment is effective. Depending on your tolerance level, you may apply.
4. Consuming hot drinks
Warm drinks, such as soups or vegetable juices, can relieve sinus congestion by breaking down the mucus and congestion in your nasal passages. The heated broth aids in hydration and encourages the passage of mucus.
5. Peppermint tea
Its tingling, revitalizing flavor may help gradually open up congested sinuses. This tea has a strong anti-inflammatory ingredient called menthol, which helps to relieve nasal congestion by reducing blood vessel swelling. Peppermint tea’s antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties help treat allergies, colds, and sinus infections.