You won’t really understand a sinus infection until you’ll experience it! The unbearable pain and pressure caused by the sinus infection will easily interfere with your daily activities, not letting you develop easy tasks such as bending after a pen. Yes, the pain is crucial, making your head feel twice its size.
But what is a sinus infection, anyway?
Sinus infections (sinusitis) are an inflammation of the sinuses and can be caused by viral, fungal or bacterial infections. When our sinus openings (sinuses are air-filled cavities in the skull) become blocked from inflamed tissues or mucus build-up, they can become infected.
Many doctors will prescribe antibiotics or recommend over-the-counter nasal sprays, but, why will you want to destroy your stomach and liver by taking so many drugs when you can substitute them with natural remedies.
As a matter of fact, grandma was extremely surprised when I came back from a doctor’s appointment with a bag full with “rubbish”. Money thrown out of the window, she said! Then, she slowly went in the kitchen and prepared this incredible tonic or sinus kicker as she calls it to relieve pain and pressure caused by a sinus infection.
So, if you are dealing with sinusitis, I truly recommend grandma’s tonic for sinus infection. The main ingredient is horseradish and it will kick sinusitis in less than a day.
Grab these ingredients:
- Fresh grated horseradish (from the actual root)
- Organic raw honey
- Apple cider vinegar
- A pinch of salt
- A jar with lid
How to prepare:
Well, take a horseradish root (3-4 cm) and grate it through a box grater. When you’ve finished grating, add immediately the horseradish into the jar and pour apple cider vinegar over it, enough to cover it. Now, add 2-3 tablespoons of raw honey along with the pinch of salt and stir well. Seal the jar and store it in the fridge or in the pantry.
The most important step – how to take this sinus tonic
Never, but never take this sinus kicker on an empty stomach or directly from the jar. It happened to try this and the effects were absolutely terrifying. My stomach started hurting and got a bit nauseated, because horseradish it happens to be a really good digestive (great for constipation I assume).
Take 1 tablespoon of sinus kicker 3 times a day, but only after a meal. This way you’ll prevent stomach diseases.
Tip: it may be a bit too tonic for your taste so, you can combine this sinus reliever with crackers. Put 1 teaspoon of this grated horseradish directly from the jar on a cracker and eat it right away. For better results, eat 3 crackers at once. You will feel instant relief and your nose will decongest immediately.