Do you know the difference between rhinitis and sinusitis?
It’s normal for people to say they have rhinitis or sinusitis without really knowing which is which.
Although they’re both inflammations, rhinitis is located in the mucosa of the nasal cavity, while sinusitis is a sinus inflammation.
Sinusitis happens when your sinuses aren’t draining properly and start building up. This inflammation can be initiated by infections (which can be caused by viruses, fungi, or bacteria), or allergic reactions.
People with sinusitis also feel pressure or pain in their face, and difficulties smelling.
Rhinitis, on the other hand, is an immediate and exaggerated reaction of our immune system when trying to defend our body after having inhaled something foreign.
The symptoms can be very annoying: sneezing, coryza and nasal clogging, irritated or itchy eyes, nose and throat, and tears.
Its causes are quite similar to sinusitis: viral infections (such as colds) and allergic reactions (to dust, for example).
In today’s video we’re going to teach you a natural remedy that can fight both sinusitis and rhinitis. The individual ingredients is what makes it so effective.
They are four powerful natural antibiotics: garlic, onion, ginger and carrot.
Here’s how to make it:
- 1 onion;
- 6 garlic cloves;
- 2 radishes;
- 1 piece of ginger (4 centimeters);
- Half a carrot;
- A little purified water (enough to blend the ingredients together).
Blend all the ingredients together until they’re mixed well. Strain and drink right away.
It’s recommended that you drink this recipe 3 times a day (making it fresh each time), until the symptoms of rhinitis or sinusitis have disappeared.