From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Postnasal Drip:
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- Citrus Bioflavonoids
- Eucalyptus Leaf
- Horseradish Root
- Mullein Leaf
Natural Cures and Remedies for Postnasal Drip
In case of mild deficiency of sodium chloride, taking a teaspoon of common salt in one half litre of water or any fruit juice quickly restores the health. In severe conditions, however, administration of sodium chloride in the form of normal saline by intravenous drip may be restored to. The adverse effects of excessive use of sodium chloride can be rectified by avoiding the use of common salt.
of the best examples of a pure astringent that helps tighten body tissues. Wherever there is a deficiency in tone or cellular vitality, white oak is helpful in returning proper structure to enable proper delivery of nutrients. Use for treating diarrhea, when a flaccidity has arisen and bowel health has been decreased; for gum and teeth inflammation and disease; for relief of chronic nasal congestion with post nasal drip; and for poor bladder tone with incontinence or urgency. Stops hemorrhaging or bleeding e astringent power of this herb can help stop hemorrhaging or bleeding, including nosebleeds, bloody sputum that is coughed up, and internal bleeding origi-nating from the stomach.
Cayenne, Citrus Bioflavonoids, Eucalyptus Leaf, Eyebright, Fenugreek, Horehound, Horseradish Root, Lobelia, Mullein Leaf, Myrrh, Nettle, Quercetin, Thyme
often imagine them as go-go dancers, waving wildly and making it di?cult for others to weave through the crowd. Goblet cells produce and secrete mucus to create a protective barrier from irritants such as allergens and polluted matter. Cilia can be damaged and paralyzed through smoking, inhalation of harmful chemicals, and inflammation caused by food, bacteria, or viruses. As a result, more goblet cells are produced, which increases mucus in the nasal cavity, creating chronic congestion and post-nasal drip. If you su?er constant nasal congestion, don’t blame the goblet cells, because they are just trying to protect you. But correcting the imbalance is important.
Place a plastic bag over the top of the percolator, securing it with a rubber band. Let it sit undis-turbed for 12 to 24 hours, checking from time to time to make sure no drips have escaped from the cap.
Apply St John’s wort infused oil: soak one end of a piece of cotton wool in the oil, shake the excess so that it doesn’t drip and insert it gently at the entrance of the ear canal (make sure you don’t push it too far, in order that you can easily extract it later). Leave in place for a few hours, ideally overnight. Use a smaller piece of cotton wool for children, and check periodically whether it is still in place.
is process extracts the herbal components from dried herbal powders through a slow saturation and drip (percolation) process. It uses gravity to draw down the menstruum through the herbs, pulling out the medicinal constituents as it goes. e biggest advantage in this method is that you can prepare a tincture in as few as 3 days, versus the 2 to 4 weeks that maceration requires. And no pressing or straining of the herbs is required, because the act of percolating draws out all of the important constituents from the herbs within the percolation apparatus.