Asthma Relief With Nasal Irrigation And Saline Solution

Nasal irrigation

In fact, nasal irrigation is very beneficial for reducing sinus contamination and nasal polyps because it helps clean mucus and dirt from the sinuses. Moreover, she keeps moist.

Ingredients to use for nasal irrigation:

A teaspoon of sea salt
Half teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide
A cup of distilled hot water

Direction:

You mix sea salt and hydrogen peroxide in distilled hot water. You can use this way for nasal irrigation using a bulb syringe or other irrigation devices.

You must repeat this once a day for several days until you get the result. Remember that you do not practice it more often than once a day because it can irritate the mucous membranes.

How to use Salt solution

Sea salt and bicarbonate appear to contain antiviral and anti-fungal properties. This will be one of the most effective solutions for nasal infection.

Ingredients for making salt solution:

A neti pot
Four cups of boiling water
A teaspoon of kitchen salt
Five drops of oregano extract
Three drops of tea tree oil
Three drops of eucalyptus oil
A teaspoon of baking powder

Direction:

You will cook about four cups of water and let it cool to room temperature.
You add kitchen salt, oregano extract, tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil, baking soda to the boiled water. Then you have to mix them well.
Baking salt and sea salt will help in the thinning the mucus in the nose.
You must irrigate the sinus linings in the nose regularly for a few times a day.

Than. You can decrease the number of times. After two to three days, you will feel that the sinus infection has disappeared.

There are many other natural home remedies for sinus infection in this blog, continue to read the posts to learn more!

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