If you’ve ever read anything about apple cider vinegar you know that it can be used in a number of ways, and each day it seems like a new use is discovered.
Apart from its wide range of applications around the household, apple cider vinegar can also be used to eliminate a number of health problems, one of which is sinus infection.
The number one reason why sinus infections occur are viruses.
Viruses can often lead to respiratory conditions which are often followed by sinus infections, even after the initial symptoms are gone. Sinus infections are primarily inflammations of the sinuses’ lining and they can often lead to migraines, fevers, and pains.
Treating Your Sinus Infection with Apple Cider Vinegar
Most people use pharmaceuticals when they have a sinus infection, however, there is always a safer and more natural alternative which is often more effective than commonly prescribed sinus medication.
Apple cider vinegar is the perfect solution for sinus infections as it contains a lot of vitamins, minerals, fiber, as well as antioxidants. As such, it can help your organism get rid of all those toxins that are accumulated in it and cause you health problems.
When you’re buying apple cider vinegar you should always buy organic, unprocessed and unfiltered vinegar, as it is the most effective kind.
If you want to use apple cider vinegar to treat your sinus infection and improve your immunity for a faster healing, take a look at this home-made, natural apple cider drink.
What do you need (ingredients):
- Lemon juice (1 lemon of);
- Cayenne pepper (1 tsp of);
- Organic honey (1 tbsp of);
- Apple cider vinegar ( ¼ cup of);
- Water (½ cup of).
How to prepare it (preparation and use):
Pour the vinegar into a glass, add ½ boiled water and stir. Add your cayenne pepper and honey next and make sure everything is well-stirred. When done, add your lemon juice.
Drink this every day until you completely get rid of your sinus infection.
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