How to Treat a Sinus Infection

How to Treat a Sinus Infection

How to Treat a Sinus Infection ; If you need to know how to treat a sinus infection it means you have already gone through nasal congestion, coughing, sneezing, wheezing, itching, headache, fatigue, pressure in the ears, loss of taste, watery eyes.

And those who did not treat them, also know the other complications that follow: from tissue breakdown to bronchitis, hives, asthma attack, disorder of the center of gravity, deafness, meningitis, and so on.

The available medication is meant to eliminate the allergic response (and the associated symptoms) and to build and maintain a functional immune system.

There are lots of natural alternatives to our conventional drugs and we all prefer them due to their lack of side effects.
Please make sure you are not allergic to any of them first.

Propolis Benefits for Sinus?

Propolis and bee pollen have a powerful antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effect.
Propolis stimulates phagocytosis, by which white blood cells destroy bacteria and other microorganisms which can cause allergic reaction.
Studies have proved that there are some changes within 30 days of taking propolis and bee pollen alone, while the majority of noticeable symptomatic changes may take 90 days or more.

The online literature offers us lots of studies that show propolis is good for asthma, for oral health in general, for respiratory conditions, for microbial infections, for skin, for liver and radiation, even for leukemia and cancer.

propolis for aerosol inhalations as well

Propolis tincture is known to be very efficient in treating sinusitis.
Folk medicine recommends pouring 4-5 drops in each nostril, morning and evening. Use a water soluble propolis exrtact.
For chronic cases traditional medicine also recommends drops of fresh cabbage juice.
Pour 6 drops into each nostril every evening before going to bed.
Use several drops of propolis for aerosol inhalations as well.

• A study from 2011, conducted by Bae Y from Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea, showed that chrysin (a natural flavonoid contained in propolis, blue passion flower and fruits) inhibits mast cell-derived allergic inflammatory reactions by blocking histamine release and pro-inflammatory cytokine expression.
The results of the study showed that the anti-allergic inflammatory effect of chrysin could lead to a possible therapeutic application of propolis in allergic inflammatory diseases.

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