5 Medicinal teas that treats sinusitis

Chamomile tea shows the anti-inflammatory , antifungal, calming and healing properties.
To treat sinusitis is recommended to make inhalations of chamomile tea. You need a wide mouth container with where you put 2 liters of hot water.
Add 10 envelopes of chamomile tea or a handful of dried herb. Place your container with a towel over your head so you get a tent,  that the vapors of chamomile tea do not disperse throughout the room, but to them you inhale.
Take a 15-minute inhalations every night for a month.
Inhalations with shock tea
This tea stimulates circulation, increases nasal mucosal immunity and reduces inflammation.
To 2 liters of hot water pour 5 teabags shock or two tablespoons of dried herb.
Inhalations are 15 minutes every night for a month.
Inhalations with Rosemary tea
Rosemary tea in external use shows the strong anti-inflammatory and anti-infective properties. Penetrates deeply into the skin and mucous membranes, increase local immunity, soothes and reduces pain.
For inhalations use two tablespoons of dried herb or 5 teabags in 2 liters of hot water.
Inhalations are made daily for a month, 15 minutes each day.
Inhalations with yarrow tea for sinusitis
Yarrow tea in external use shows the healing and regenerative properties.
It is indicated of dried sinusitis, in daily inhalations of 15 minutes for one month.
For inhalations use 2 tablespoons of dried herb to 2 liters.
Tea from the flowers and leaves of pansy
This tea is used external use for all inflammatory and infectious diseases of the skin and mucous membranes.
In sinusitis acts through decreasing of local edema, reduce inflammation and boost immunity to the sinus mucosa.
It is recommended for inhalations, using 2 tablespoons of dried herb to 2 liters of water. Shall be made, as above, inhatalii 15 minutes daily for one month.
Inhalations are always in the evening, in order not get out in the cold air or dust, sinus mucosa is sensitized. These inhalations are made immediately before bedtime.


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