I Have Asthma, Rhinitis And Sinusitis; Are There Any Herbal Remedies To Unblock My Sinuses?

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Having asthma is a pain in the butt enough, but I also have sinusitis and rhinitis; my sinuses are clogged all the time and I can barely breathe through my nose. It really sucks having to breathe loudly through one nostril or to mouth-breathe and I really hate side effects of my medications, does anyone happen to know any natural or herbal remedies for rhinitis and sinusitis?

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6 Responses to “I Have Asthma, Rhinitis And Sinusitis; Are There Any Herbal Remedies To Unblock My Sinuses?”

  1. Some girl says:

    My brother used to have the same problems as you!
    Anyway, if you have asthma, you don’t want to use herbal remedies, because you could be allergic to the herbs and cause yourself even worse problems.
    Try salt water rinsing (sniffing up luke warm salt water through your nose and letting it drain through your sinuses). This is a natural way to clear them out with no side effects. My brother got addicted to it! You can also take steamy showers and drink warm liquids. Spicey food will help too. If you have a lot of thick mucus, try taking Mucinex. There are NO side effects, and it will thin your secretions so that they will drain more easily.

  2. Hoptoad City says:

    If I were you I would get Nasonex or Singulair. Nasonex completely controls allergies and Singulair controls athsma.

  3. reefmedi says:

    Capsicum can help clear you sinuses, do you like spicy food?

  4. Lisa says:

    Salt water is good. Anything with menthol.

  5. Boeafitn says:

    Just use hot steam for all 3.
    And drink hot tea with nothing in it but lemon.
    Will cure it up.

  6. glitterd says:

    I saw a commercial the other day for some product that is an adhesive plastic strip that you put on the bridge of your nose to unblock the nasal passages. I can’t remember what it was called though – sorry!

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