Posts Tagged ‘sinus infections’

What is a Nasal-Sinus Irrigator? And How Do I Use It?

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

When allergy season comes around, are you one of the millions of people that sneeze and get red eyes? It’s probably nasal allergies. Are you constantly getting sinus headaches or a sinus infection every 4-6 weeks? It is probably the same infection that hasn’t fully cleared up.

A Nasal-Sinus Irrigator can help immediately soothe allergies, sinusitis and post nasal drip when used instead of (or in combination with) medication. While over-the-counter allergy and sinus medication can be helpful, they also have a tendency to create dry mouth, leading to bad breath. If you are one of the many people that would like to avoid using medications and take the more natural route, the Nasal-Sinus Irrigator is just the thing to help.

So, how do I use one? The Hydro Pulse Sinus Irrigator is very simple to use and is FDA registered device supported by over 37 published medical reports. (more…)

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Apple Cider Vinegar Can Cure Bad Breath!

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

apple cider vinegar

According to sources, it can be quite beneficial for those with halitosis to drink a little bit of apple cider vinegar each day (preferably  mixed with something else, due to the taste).  The benefits that you reap depend on how dedicated you are to your health, since not everyone can handle drinking this. 

Apple cider vinegar is actually a natural anti-bacterial agent and it contains potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, chlorine, sodium, sulfur, copper, iron, silicon and fluorine, all of which the human body need. It is created by crushing fresh apples and having them mature in wooden barrels. The fermentation properties of the apples are accelerated. When vinegar matures, it has a dark web-like bacterial foam called “mother”. Natural vinegars that have the “mother” have nutrients that vinegars available in stores do not have, so it is recommended that you get Natural Apple Cider Vinegar (with an average pH level of 5-7).

Since apple cider vinegar has acidic properties, it actually serves as a bad breath / halitosis cure. It also helps with the following ailments: sinus infections, sore throats, high cholesterol, skin conditions, food poisoning, allergies (in both humans and animals), immune system problems, muscle fatigue after exercising, metabolism issues, constipation, arthritis, gout, bladder stones, and urinary tract infections.

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