Sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining the sinuses leading to infection and can lead to accumulation of mucus and pain. The causes of sinus infections include respiratory infection, allergies, nasal polyps and weakened immune. If you have been experiencing long-term chronic sinus infections, then you’ve probably found the nose has been blocked for a long time. You can feel the lock with dull pain and tension between the eyes! Essential oils can effectively help get rid of sinus infection! Here are the best forms and types of essential oils that you can use:
Eucalyptus oil is very beneficial for those who suffer of nasal congestion due to its anti-inflammatory and decongestant properties.
Solution 1: Simply put one or two drops of pure eucalyptus essential oil in a clean handkerchief and inhale the aroma. Do this a couple of times a day.
Solution 2 :. You can also use the essential oil of eucalyptus on the pillow so you can get the benefits of this oil, even when in deep sleep
TEA TREE OIL
The essential oil
tea tree has antimicrobial and antiseptic properties. It contains compounds called terpenoids and it is believed that these organic chemicals naturally occurring are the main reason for its healing and anti-inflammatory properties.
How to use: Used as a steam inhalation. To create a vaporizer, add 10 drops of a steamboat and use five to ten minutes. You can also add two drops of a neti pot.
lavender essential oil
Lavender is a natural antihistamine, anti-inflammatory and very soothing. It can help reduce irritation and breathing relax.
How to use: Add to a small bowl, nonreactive pure lavender essential oil, drop by drop filled with boiling water. Take a towel and cover your head with her and leans over the cup, with just you and the steaming bowl covered under the towel. Keep your eyes closed; Steam inhale vapors deeply for 5 to 10 minutes. Repeat several times a day. You can try this method for any other essential oil also.
lemon essential oil
Lemon improves immunity, relieves respiratory problems, is antibacterial and relieves inflammation in the airways.
Usage: essential massage oil of lemon on the back of the neck, chest, back and front of the ears, on the cheekbone, nose, forehead and soles of the feet before of going to sleep. It is also possible to combine it with rosemary oil and eucalyptus.
Some more ways to use essential oils for breast
Pour a cup of water relatively warm in a nonreactive container. Add essential oils to water. Sit well to disperse the oils. Soak the cloth in the bowl of infused water. Drain enough water so that the fabric will not fall. Place the cloth over the nose and sinus area for as long as desired. Repeat often, being careful not to let any of the mixture entering the eyes.
Combine the essential oils in a small nonreactive container. Place the inhaler wick pocket inhaler essential oil into the bowl and let all the liquid is absorbed. Insert the wick back into the inhaler and the cap and screw closed. Use the inhaler up to 5 times daily.