Sinus congestion remedies
Ways to Keep Your Lid From Blowing (Headaches)
Ways to Keep Your Lid From Blowing (Headaches)If a migraine strikes, head for a quiet, dark room for a little rest to help relieve the painIf your headache is caused by nasal or sinus congestion, perhaps from a cold or hayfever, try a little bath water aromatherapy. Put some eucalyptus or peppermint oil in your hot bathwater for an inhalation relaxation.
10 Headache Home Remedies for Fast Relief - eMediHealth
Prev post1 of 3Next Headaches are a very common problem. People of all ages get headaches from time to time. They can cause unbearable pain along with nausea and, at times, vomiting. Common causes of headaches include stress, tension, restlessness, sinus problems, migraines, lack of sleep and dehydration. Many people reach for over-the-counter medicines to
Home Remedy For Sinus Infection - Homestead & Survival
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Eucalyptus Essential Oil
No sinus infections in the house for years. When we get stuffed up we get relief in under a minute, and it doesn't settle or move into the chest. Inhale it from the bottle, or put a few drops on a tissue or cotton swab to carry around/ sleep with. When it is all of us I put 20 drops or so with a cup or 2 of water and simmer on the stove for a few hours. That also prevents colds from spreading(anitbacterial and antiviral). One person I know puts it in her vacuum when she vacuums.
Vic for the shower "for anyone who is having issues with these being "crumbly", try using 1 cup of baking soda and 1/3 cup of water (plus maybe a few tbsp more) and baking for 20 minutes at 350. THEN add a few drops of essential oils to the cooled "puck". That was a suggestion from a commenter and I tried it this morning with great success!"