Apple Cider Vinegar For Sinus Infection Recipe
Research has shown that apple cider vinegar is extremely versatile and beneficial, and apparently, it can effectively clear up sinus infections. These infections are caused by an inflammation in the lining of the sinuses and are characterized by intense headaches, pain, and fevers.
Apple cider vinegar is an effective natural way to relieve these symptoms, without causing any of the side effects of medications. Yet, note that you should always use raw, unfiltered, unpasteurized organic apple cider vinegar.
Here is how to use it to boost the immune system and treat the symptoms of sinus infections:
- 1/4 cup unfiltered apple cider vinegar
- 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
- juice of 1 lemon wedge
- 1 tablespoon of raw honey
- 1/2 cup of water
Boil the water, and then mix it with apple cider vinegar. Pour the mixture into a glass, add cayenne pepper and honey, and stir well. Next, just add the lemon juice and drink the remedy during the day to soothe the infection.
The following video provides additional instructions:
Furthermore, you can also try the following vinegar steam, that will loosen and thin the mucus and thus clear the airways. Moreover, the steam will soothe the sinus tissue.
You will need:
- ½ cup of ACV
- ½ cup of water
- A towel
- A small saucepan
In a saucepan, add the water and the apple cider vinegar, and heat their mixture to get steamy. Then, transfer it to a larger bowl, and lean the face over the bowl. Place a towel over the head, and remain for some time, so that the steam can relieve the symptoms of the infection.
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