Sinusitis

SINUSITIS

Sinusitis is an inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may or may not be as a result of infection, from bacterial, fungal and viral. Sinusitis Known as Pinas in Ayurveda, sinusitis is a state in which the sinuses are blocked with mucus and become irritated. Kids hurt from cold and other viral infections are prone to Sinusitis, and so are Asthma patients.

Patients suffer from symptoms of nasal congestion headache, fever, thick green or yellow discharge, vertigo, blurred vision, feeling of facial fullness which worsens on bending over.

These symptoms can be treated effectively within 50 days of our treatment.

Symptoms

  • Sneezing
  • Heaviness in the head
  • Feeling of heaviness
  • Blocked or runny nose

 

Diet & Lifestyle Advice

  • Have freshly-prepared and easily-edible warm food, lots of vegetables, and fresh fruits.
  • Take warm water natural, or prepare it with cinnamon and black pepper.
  • Eat plenty of garlic and ginger.
  • Get plenty of rest.
  • Sleep while lying on one side and with a pillow lower the head. This prevents the growth of mucus in the air passages and helps to avoid difficulties in breathing.

 

Ayurvedic Medicine for Sinus 

Best Ayurvedic Medicine for Sinus with 100% effective Sinus Treatment with ayurvedic strategies and Get the fastest solution for Sinusitis. Ayurvedic medicines & treatment for sinusitis involves liquefying and expelling intensified body energies with the use of certain Ayurvedic herbs and diet as well as nasal therapies and procedures. The Panchakarma treatment of Nasya is quite and effective in dealing with sinusitis or sinus.

Dosage - 8 bottles of Arthritis-QR syrup – 15 ml 4 times daily for 100 days.
- 6 bottles of Migain Qr capsule for 100 days (2-2-2)

Sinus Treatment in Ayurveda 

Ayurvedic treatment for sinusitis includes dissolving and expelling intensified body energies with the use of certain Ayurvedic herbs and diet as well as nasal therapies and applications. The Panchakarma treatment of Nasya is quite effective for sinusitis.