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Home Remedies For Sinus Infections + Jovanka Ciares



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You’re suffering from a sinus infection and it’s awful! I know, I’ve been there. You may even be on antibiotics but heck, you still have to wait a week to 10 days and suffer through bad nights and exhausting days while your body fights the infection.

Suffer no more! Here are a few awesome tips that you can start doing NOW and that will get you feeling better in a matter of MINUTES. These are real easy home remedies that have proven to be extremely effective to thousands of people. I used them back in the day (fortunately I haven’t had one of those nasty infections in years) and my clients also swear by them.

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WARNING: THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THESE VIDEOS ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT AND AS OPINIONS ONLY. ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN BEFORE TRYING ANY NEW DIET, WELLNESS OR EXERCISE PROGRAM. SOME OF THE ADVICE HERE MAY NOT BE SUITABLE.
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Lemon Cilantro water
Go to the market and get fresh cilantro, lemons/limes and ginger root. Start your day with a glass of warm water, lime/lemon juice and a bit of pepper or cayenne pepper. This will help clear the liver, alkalize your blood, strengthen your immunity and improve elimination*.

Ginger Tea
Cut about ¼ inch of ginger into small slices and boil in water for 3 minutes. Drink that as a tea throughout your day. Ginger is a natural antiseptic and expectorant. It will clear out your sinus, reduce inflammation of the nasal passage, while keeping the area moist and comfortable. You cam make tea with a few cilantro leaves as well.

The ginger and the lemon water will help alleviate the natural inflammation and dryness that comes from breathing through your mouth.

Onions
If you’re really really stuffed, crush a ¼ of an onion and inhale its vapors. Just like chopping raw onions make the eyes watery, sniffing them liquefies mucus. Plus, raw onions are fast acting anti-inflammatory that reduces swelling in the nasal passages. Rinse with saline solution or use neti pot after the onion.

Sesame Oil
Also at the store, get some sesame oil (organic). Put a few drops in your finger and run your fingers through your nostrils, covering the entire area. Try not to blow your nose or sneeze for about 5 minutes afterwards.

Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus oil on your chest before bed will help with this as well (and will help you have a more restful sleep).

Vibrate
Vibrations from humming can help phelgm to drain.

Keep the head upright to help the sinuses drain as long as you can

WHAT TO EAT
Food focus should be on soups, chicken soup, mung bean or vegetable soup are great choices. They warm your entire body and keep you comfortable as you work on clearing mucus and “drying out” the blood (of viruses, bacteria, music, pathogens, etc).

Use humidifier until infection is gone. And at night, all nights during fall and winter.

Also, avoid anything too sweet and dairy including cheese, yogurt, & milk because these are mucus-forming foods and they increase inflammation. Avoid cold water and swallowing mucus.

There are lots of other food tips but I’m going to stick with these for now.

STEAM ROOMS
Use the steam room at the gym (not the sauna). Great expectorant that will help you sweat and remove debris through the skin. ALWAYS shower within 15 minutes after a sauna, steam room or sweaty workout. Your skin will reabsorb debris from the sweat unless you remove it in the shower (use a sponge or cloth to gently rub your skin).

So give them a try and please, let me know how you feel! Have any of these helped you? Which one?