You are sneezing and its annoying? We have the solution for you!
The sneezing can be acute, chronic and allergic in its course.
Acute sneezing (rhinitis) occurs in viral infections, and is triggered by low temperature. It is mostly common when you have the cold or the flu. The chronic sneezing occurs when the nostrils are clogged, or when there is swelling of the mucous membrane of the nose. Also, it occurs in polyps. The allergic sneezing is an irreversible inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose and is caused by the action of a specific substance called the allergen.
Regardless of the type of sneeze, due to inflammation and swelling of the nasal mucous membrane, it is necessary for the patient to immediately start inhalation.
For inhalations, you need medical herbs with anti-inflammatory effect like chamomile, and antiseptic herbs like mint and lavender. These herbs can be used individually, or in a tea mixture of their equal parts. Take two teaspoons of the herb or from the mixture of herbs and place it in a bowl of 1 liter hot water. The pot is placed on low heat and in the moment that the liquid begins to boil, you can start with inhalation of the steam (for about 10 minutes). After the inhalation, you need to drop 2-3 drops of St.John’s Wort Oil. This herbal therapy is best performed at night, and then you should stay in a warm room.
Healing mixture for your sneezing!
If the sneeze is caused by allergies, in addition to inhalations, it is necessary for the patient to drink the following mixture:
- Superior part of the wall germander (Teucrium chamaedrys) -30 gr.
- Above-ground part of common agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) -30 gr.
- Suprior part of the field horsetail (Equisetum arvense)-30 gr.
- Flower of Rosa × damascena, more commonly known as the Damask rose-30 gr.
- Leaf from English plantain (Plantago lanceolata) – 30 gr.
Preparation and use:
Boil two teaspoons of this mixture with 500 ml of boiling water. Stir for 30 minutes and then strain it. The tea should be drunk all day long, in small sips.