Mix These 2 Ingredients And Say Goodbye To The Sinusitis, Phlegm, Flu, Rhinitis And More...



(Healthy Life Byte) There are many names for the cold today. They include sinusitis, phlegm, flu, rhinitis and even more all happening in the head. Inflammation in the sinuses causes the sinusitis and it is usually a result of allergies, viral, fungal and bacterial infections. Congestion, headaches, thick nasal mucus, cough, fatigue, a plugged nose and facial pain are the most common symptoms of this health condition. People usually tend to take prescription antibiotics to treat this issue, but unfortunately, they all have side-effects. This is why you should use more natural remedies that will help you treat this problem without having to face side-effects. In this article, we will present you one such remedy that will reduce the condition’s symptoms and treat it in no time. Here’s how to prepare it:

Ingredients:
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Ginger
Preparation:

First of all, grate the ginger and then mix it with the ACV in a glass bowl. After that, close the jar with a lid. Leave the mixture for 10 days at room temperature and shake it occasionally.

Use:

In the first phase of the treatment, you need to inhale the mixture by lowering your head with a towel over it over the bowel. After that, soak a handkerchief in the mixture and put it on your neck during the night. You should repeat this treatment for 5 days in a row, and as a result of that, the inflammation in your sinuses will  be reduced. Moreover, the sharp smell of ginger will also relieve the pain.

Ginger can also be used against sinusitis. All you have to do is to boil 50gr of the root in a pot of water. Once boiled, remove it from the heat and then inhale the vapors with a towel over your head. It will help you reduce the congestion in your sinuses and treat the symptoms of sinusitis. No matter which of the methods you choose, they will all help you treat the sinusitis effectively and the best part is that they work even better than antibiotics and don’t cause side-effects.

This post was republished from healthylifebyte.com. You can find the original post here.



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