catarrh

Get Rid of Catarrh Naturally

Catarrh is a build up of mucus in the nasal passages and throat. It is not considered to be a disease on its own, but is more considered to be a symptom of colds, allergies, and polyps. It is the immune system reaction to infection and irritation.

How do I know if I have catarrh?

  • Stuffy nose
  • Runny nose
  • Post-nasal drip
  • Persistent and irritating cough
  • Headache
  • Facial pain
  • Loss of smell and taste
  • Partial hearing loss
  • Crackling sensation in the middle ear
  • Fatigue

 

How do I prevent catarrh?

Because catarrh is a natural immune system response, there is no way to prevent it from happening and you don’t really want to! It’s a sign that your body is trying to fight off a cold or allergies so it’s the warning that you need to begin treating and preventing those conditions!

How do I treat catarrh?

  • Mix sunflower oil with seabuckthorn seed oil and rub on the inside of your nose.
  • Blackseed oil can be used to help fight against catarrh.
  • Colloidal silver boost the immune system.
  • Serrapeptase can be used to help with pain and inflammation.
  • Avoid foods that are high in allergens such as white flour and dairy.
  • Stay hydrated.
  • Eat lots of onion and garlic as they naturally help to fight off bacteria.
  • Vitamin C and zinc help to boost immunity and clear out illnesses.
  • Inhale steam! Try adding a few drops of eucalyptus or peppermint oil to the water when you steam.
  • Goldenseal helps to boost immunity.
  • A warm, salt water gargle helps to ease throat pain and clear out mucus.
  • A facial massage with tea tree, eucalyptus and lavendar essential oils helps to clear up nasal passages. Remember to dilute with almond or olive oil.
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