Stop Sinusitis with 5 Natural Remedies & Treatments for Sinus Infection

If you’ve had a sinus infection, you know that you don’t ever want another one. It is a miserable experience. You wish you could just turn a valve to relieve the pressure behind your eyes, cheekbones, and face.

So why does this happen in the first place? This is the key to the Sinus Survival Solution: to understand the causative factors to stop them from returning and to know what to do if you feel one coming on. We suggest following Dr. Ivker’s Quick Fix Document in the free Silver Membership and Gold Membership. This includes taking infection fighting supplements, immunity builders, pulsatile nasal irrigation, etc. Here are some additional natural remedies to your rescue:


      1. Use a Proven Natural Infection Fighting Herb: It is important to take all natural Allicin, for a cold or sinus infection. This is the number one component of the Quick Fix program and must be mentioned here. The only fully stabilized Allicin we have found is Allimax, AlliUltra, and Allimed, all available at Sinus Survival. Allimed is the physician’s strength which is recommended by Dr. Ivker for a sinus infection. AlliUltra and Allimax are effective at reducing the severity and duration of a cold. Allicin is the sulfur reaction of crushed garlic. Peter Josling a natural chemist, discovered how to stabilize this reaction into a concentrated form to deliver 100% of the benefit of the Allicin. Studies have shown its incredible benefits addressing viruses, fungi, and bacteria, the 3 forms of possible sinus infections.

      2. Proven Household Herbs:Herbs for soups and meals can be used to dissolve excess mucus: cayenne pepper, onion, horseradish, and garlic. A quick drainage remedy is to eat a small spoonful of horseradish mixed with fresh lemon juice.


       3. Modify Your Diet:Limit mucus instigators including dairy consumption during a cold or sinus infection (cheese, milk, ice cream, yogurt, eggs), processed foods, flour products, chocolate, fried foods, and sugar. Mucus production foods can magnify your suffering when your sinuses are inflamed. Eat in moderation. Eat cooked vegetables, soups, beans, and lentils. Take hot tea with fresh-squeezed lemon.

      4. Apple cider vinegar: Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar in 4 to 6 ounces of water, combine with honey to sweeten, 3 times per day for 3-5 days. The apple cider vinegar works to thin mucus.

      5. Sweat More: Light aerobic activity including a brisk walk will help detoxify your body through sweating. Get in the steam room at the gym to produce a good sweat and the steam will help to relieve sinus passages.


    • dgay says

      Sure, we’ll link to your site. We are all focused on the natural approach to addressing underlying causes!

      Dan Gay, CMO

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