Who Has A Favorite, Natural, Remedy For A Blocked Sinus From Flying?

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Of course the docs recommend pseudoephedrine but I’d prefer a homeopathic or herbal capsule. Most of the health food store options are for sinus pain not for drain. Any thoughts?

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3 Responses to “Who Has A Favorite, Natural, Remedy For A Blocked Sinus From Flying?”

  1. tonalc1 says:

    I use Flight Spray, which is called a nasal hydration spray, but I found it works on my sinuses. It’s tumeric and mint. You can get it here:http://www.magellans.com/store/Health___…

  2. bethybug says:

    used this one on my son today
    hot and cold to sinus areas
    get hot and cold pans of water and 2 washrags
    3 minutes hot rag
    30 seconds of cold
    repeat 3 times….end with cold
    what that does is make the blood come to the surface of your skin (the hot rag) and then drive it back down (the cold rag)
    It helps clear and heal the sinus areas. May take several times during the day.

  3. Goldista says:

    1.In cases of acute sinusitis, the therapeutic goals are to reestablish drainage and clear up the infection. Various measures can be used: local application of heat, local use of volatile oils and botanicals with antibacterial properties, and immune system support.
    2.Since chronic sinusitis is associated with allergy, long-term control can be dependent on isolation and elimination of the food or airborne allergens which may be contributing to the overall allergic load and correction of the underlying problem which allowed the allergy to develop. This may require desensitization procedures. During the acute phase, elimination of the common food allergens (milk, wheat, eggs, citrus, corn, peanuts) is indicated until a more definitive diagnosis can be made.
    Recommendations –
    Place warm compresses on your face to help open up your sinuses.
    Consider using a sinus irrigator, a device found in health-food stores and pharmacies, that uses saltwater to flush out mucus.
    Reduce congestion by inhaling eucalyptus-scented steam. Add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to a pan of water. Heat to boiling and remove from the stove. Place a towel over your head and the pan and breathe in the steam through both nostrils. Blow your nose frequently.
    Though there have been no major scientific studies conducted to support this theory, some experts believe spicy foods, such as horseradish, Japanese wasabi, garlic, or cayenne pepper, may help clear out congested sinuses.
    Euphorbium Nasal Spray – homeopathic remedy. Available in US.

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