You’re too familiar with the symptoms of sinus infections. When your nasal passages become infected you can suffer from sinus pressure behind the eyes and cheeks, a runny and stuffy nose that last forever, headache, cough, halitosis and that nasty yellow or green mucus that keeps draining from your nose and even down the back of your throat (postnasal drip).
(Let's just all gag for a second here)
I really do feel for you if you suffer from sinus infections regularly.
It’s a drag.
But here’s the thing, you CAN in fact get rid of it naturally.
To be clear, I’m no medical professional, but you can be glad I’m not. I'm a Cert. Nutrition Specialist with over 16 years of experience. If I would be a doctor, I would have to write you a prescription for antibiotics or even prescribe you nasal surgery. How insane is that?
How does that main code of doctors honor go? DO NO HARM?
That’s right, do no harm. Now I’m not sure about you, but in my world, surgery is quite a big deal. In 1999, the Institute of Medicine published the famous “To Err Is Human” report, which stated that up to 98’000 people a year die because of mistakes in hospitals. Yes, the number was initially disputed, but it’s now widely accepted by doctors and hospital officials 2014 and quoted constantly in the media.
What we’re really dealing with here is mucus. Mucus is one of those skin-crawling bodily fluids nobody wants to talk about.
Actually, mucus is quite normal to have in the human body, but if your system is overproducing mucus anywhere, it’s a problem.
Now let’s ask us the question, what external influence could trigger my body to produce excess mucus?
Hi, I'm Monika. I'm a Mother to two teenage boys. I'm married for 22 years. As a Nutrition Specialist, I have researched and practiced European Fasting Traditions for almost two decades, and this wisdom I'm thrilled to share with you.