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Healing Salt Remedy for Sinusitis

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Chronic sinusitis refers to inflammation of the sinuses that continues for weeks, months, or even years. Allergies are the most common cause of chronic sinusitis. Chronic sinusitis can persist even after antibiotics are given. It’s the most frequently reported chronic disease.

Acute sinusitis occurs when bacteria invade the sinus cavities and impair proper drainage of mucus from the sinuses to the nose. Chronic inflammation of the nasal passages or rhinitis also can lead to sinusitis. Allergic rhinitis or hay fever is the most common cause of chronic sinusitis and is a frequent cause of acute sinusitis.

The common cold is the most prevalent predisposing factor to sinusitis. Acute sinusitis typically causes symptoms of nasal congestion and a thick yellow or green discharge. Other symptoms include tenderness and pain over the sinuses, frontal headaches, and sometimes chills, fever, and pressure in the area of the sinuses.

Entering bacteria gets trapped and filtered out by mucus and minute nasal hairs called cilia. This air-flow system can sometimes slow down when something impedes the cilia, if a cold clogs the sinus openings, or if an allergen swells the sinus linings.

Then air gets trapped, pressure builds, the mucus stagnates, and bacteria breed. Infection sets in and you have sinusitis. When you get clogged up, you may end up with a permanent thickening of the sinus membranes and chronic congestion.

Flush out nasal secretions.

Mix 1 teaspoon of non-iodized salt or sea salt with 2 cups of warm water and a pinch of baking soda. Pour it into a shot glass, tilt your head back, close one nostril with your thumb, and sniff the solution with the open nostril. Then blow your nose gently. Repeat on the other side.

Herbal remedy instantly clears sinus congestion

InstaClear Sinus Relief is a 100% safe, non-addictive, natural herbal remedy specially formulated to instantly clear sinus pressure and congestion due to colds, flu, allergies and environmental sources.

Formulated by the Native Remedies team of experts in natural medicine, InstaClear Sinus Relief has been used for many years to safely and effectively open up blocked sinuses without the risk of serious side effects.

Used on a regular basis, InstaClear Sinus Relief can help improve sinus headaches and maintain sinus drainage for easier breathing.

InstaClear Sinus Relief contains a selection of herbs known for their immediate impact upon the sinuses. The formula is extremely pungent with powerful aromatic compounds that produce vapors which rise up into the sinuses where they open the passageways, drain the sinuses and help kill microbial infections.

This 100% natural remedy can be used several times throughout the day in the case of an acute infection, or simply on occasion when temporary relief is needed (i.e. before an athletic event or air travel, or when experiencing high altitude sickness) to clear congestion and improve ease of breathing.

Learn more about InstaClear Sinus Relief now.
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2 Responses to Healing Salt Remedy for Sinusitis

  1. Melki November 12, 2007 at 6:15 pm #

    Uhh so where is the healing salt remedy. People who post things like this should be reprimanded. Imagine a desperate guy trying to find a remedy to alleviate his ills only to be lost in a chain of sites because some person who did not THINK enough made a misleading post to advertise his site.

  2. Dee November 14, 2007 at 1:11 pm #

    Sorry about that :) I’ve added the remedy – it must have been posted on one of those ‘long days’ :)

    Many blessings,
    Dee

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