Fast relief for sinus suffers

Fast relief for sinus suffers

Without side effects

Whether you’re battling stuffiness from allergies or a virus, inflamed sinuses can leave you feeling miserable. Fortunately, this plant-based solution can help relieve congestion, quickly and safely.

This article from Terry Talks Nutrition provides you with a great answer.

TERRY’S BOTTOM LINE:

When your sinuses are inflamed and stuffy, you want relief fast. The problem is, many over-the-counter drugs can make you jittery, tired, or simply feel “off”. Fortunately, there are two powerful, fast-acting plant oil ingredients – eucalyptus and myrtle – that clear your sinuses and fight inflammation and bacteria. With this combination, you’ll:

  • Relieve sinus congestion from colds, flu or sinusitis

  • Breathe easier

  • Feel “clear-headed”

  • Bolster your immune system

  • Fight allergy stuffiness

  • Feel relief fast, without serious side effects

Have you ever heard the expression, “I need that like I need
a hole in the head?” Well, it turns out that we really do need
holes in our heads. Our “holes” are four pairs of hollow, air-filled sacs
called sinuses. They are located over the eyes in the forehead, between the
eyes, below the eyes behind the cheekbones, and near the center of the head.

In some ways, sinuses are a mystery. Scientists still
haven’t unlocked the secrets of all they do. We know that the sinuses may help
to insulate the skull, allow our voices to resonate, humidify and warm the air
we breathe, and help to reduce the weight of the skull. Whatever their purpose
is, they sometimes can be a pain – especially when you end up
with a sinus infection or sinusitis (inflammation of the sinuses and nasal
passages).

What we do know is that when your sinuses are inflamed, you
want relief fast. The concentrated plant oils from two amazing botanicals can
do just that.

How Sinuses Should Work
Healthy sinuses are lined with tiny, hair-like projections called cilia.
The cilia wave back and forth, pushing mucus out of the sinus cavities into the
throat where it is swallowed or into the nose where it can be blown out. But,
when the process doesn’t work correctly, you can be in for some real problems.

Acute Sinusitis
If thick mucus plugs up the sinuses so they can’t drain, or bacteria or
viruses harm the cilia so they don’t efficiently push the mucus out, the lining
of the sinus cavity becomes inflamed, the sinuses fill up, pressure builds, and
the pain becomes intense. Worse still, the warm, moist, mucus-filled sinus
cavity is a perfect breeding ground for bacteria, leading to a sinus
infection
, or sinusitis.

Pain and pressure in the face is one of the most common
symptoms of sinusitis. Which sinus cavity is involved determines where the pain
is felt. Other common symptoms include headache, yellow or green mucus
discharge from the nose, stuffy nose, bad breath, fever, cough that produces
mucus, and a reduced sense of taste and smell.

Chronic Sinusitis
Acute sinusitis is a short-term event that resolves and goes away. However,
when sinusitis lasts for weeks, or returns again and again, you have chronic
sinusitis
. It frequently occurs in people with asthma, and many people with
chronic sinusitis have allergies. Experts believe there is a possibility that
constant exposure to inhaled allergens that are present year round, such as
house dust mites, pets, mold and cockroaches, can cause chronic inflammation in
the nasal passages and sinuses.

While airborne allergens may have a significant role in
causing sinusitis, food allergens can also act as triggers. I have personally
witnessed a reduction of sinusitis with the elimination of certain foods,
particularly wheat, all grains containing gluten, and dairy foods. Eliminating
these foods may not necessarily eradicate sinusitis completely, but
they can help increase recovery time significantly. Through trial and error,
you may even find a food that is your favorite, and eaten frequently, turns out
to be your downfall.

Try eliminating the offending food for several weeks and you
may be quite surprised at the improvement in the health of your sinuses. I’m
not aware of any studies that can support this. However, based on my own
personal experience and from the people I have counseled over the years, a
change in diet can lead to significant improvement.

Along with these lifestyle considerations, I believe that
eucalyptus and myrtle are two of the most effective botanicals for sinus relief
and protection from bacteria.

Sinus Relief from Eucalyptus and Myrtle
Eucalyptus is one of the most well-known plant oils for clearing the
sinuses. In this case, I recommend the oil of Eucalyptus radiata.
The essential oil of this plant contains 1,8 cineole, alpha pinene, and
limonene – compounds that have strong anti-inflammatory abilities.

This natural plant oil thins mucus so it can drain more
easily, and also is a natural antibacterial and antiviral to treat sinus
infections. Many studies on eucalyptus oil and its key compounds show that it
not only reduces inflammation and destroys pathogens, it also helps to
strengthen the immune system so that it can respond more quickly to infections.

Another concentrated plant oil that has been well studied
and sold in Europe for more than 75 years is myrtle (Myrtus communis cineole)
oil. Like eucalyptus, myrtle has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory
properties. And, like eucalyptus, myrtle also contains 1,8 cineole, the
powerful plant compound. This compound stimulates tiny, fluttering projections
in the sinus cavities called cilia to move mucus along more quickly, so you
experience even more sinus clearing and comfort.

Even More Relief from Concentrated Lemon Oil
For even more sinus relief, you may also want to consider increasing the
amounts of the eucalyptus and myrtle oils, along with adding lemon oil for
additional sinus-clearing power.

Concentrated Oils
The concentrated plant oils I have recommended are potent medicines. They
are very different from those that massage and aromatherapists use (sometimes
called “essential” oils) outside the body, as infusers, or topically, on the
skin. And if you’ve ever used them for their aromatherapeutic properties, you
know what a difference these essences can make to your sense of well-being.
However, not every plant oil is only intended for external use. In
fact, some of them are toxic if swallowed!

That’s why you need to be sure that the plant oils you use
for clearing sinuses and preventing infections are meant to be taken internally.
These oils have been examined and certified to be from the correct plant
species, contain beneficial key compounds, be safe for internal use, and
are extremely concentrated. In fact, they are up to 100
times more concentrated
 than dry herbs.

Because advanced technology is used to take a “fingerprint”
of the oil to confirm its identity, you’ll know that the most important
compounds in these concentrated botanicals are present to make the product effective.
For example, did you know there are over 900 kinds of Eucalyptus trees? While
many share similar characteristics, not all of them can clear and protect your
sinuses. And there are 2800 varieties of myrtle, but here again; you want to
make sure you’re getting the best compounds from the best species. The best
concentrated plant oils are tested for purity as well, so you’ll know what
you’re getting.

You CAN Breathe Easy, Naturally!
Chronic problems with sinus infection and congestion can get in the way of
enjoying life to the fullest. They not only cause pain and discomfort, they
interfere with your ability to savor your meals and smell the flowers. At their
worst, they can even interfere with your hearing.

By using the powerful, concentrated plant oils I recommend
from eucalyptus, myrtle and lemon, for especially stubborn sinus problems, your
congestion will clear in your upper respiratory tract and sinuses. You’ll be
amazed at the difference that feeling “clear” again can make!

 

For milder sinus concerns, Terry recommends taking
160-320 mg of Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus radiata) leaf oil and Myrtle (Myrtus
communis) leaf oil up to three times daily.

For more serious sinus concerns, Terry recommends taking
325 mg of Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus radiata) leaf oil, Myrtle (Myrtus communis)
leaf oil and Lemon (Citrus limon) Zest Oil up to three times daily.

Remember to sign up for your free Healthy Living / Personal Development book a month

Also check out our book site for help with Healthy Living Solutions.


Also check out our site where we have great recipes.

.

Rod Stone
Author,
Publisher and Supplier of Healthy Living information and products to improve
your life.


Important
This site makes use of cookies which may contain tracking information about visitors. By continuing to browse this site you agree to our use of cookies.