Stubborn Sinus Infection

Posted in bullheaded and headstrong | No Comments » November 28th, 2011

Sinusitis consists of inflammation or infection of the paranasal sinuses. This may or may not be a result of bacterial, viral, fungal, allergic or autoimmune issues. If you have suffered stubborn sinus infection, then you know   how uncomfortable they could be and how they never seem to go away at times.

Even if your doctor will put you on antibiotics, there are cases when a stubborn sinus infection still will not go away. So what you can do is to find an alternative cure. Thousands have treated their sinusitis with alternative method. The treatment is simple and basic. You only need a bottle of raw apple cider vinegar that you can purchase at any local health   store. Refrain from using regular vinegar because studies revealed that it could actually be harmful to your health.

Gargle the apple cider vinegar twice a day, preferably in the morning and at night. You could dilute it with water if the smell and taste is too much for you to take. Remember that the strength of the vinegar is what will kill your infection. Another option is to drink it. Recommended dosage would be 1 tablespoon twice a day in a small glass of water.

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