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Published on March 10, 2017 at 5:30 am

These Foods Help Fight Congestion and Sinus Headache

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Do you often suffer from sinus infections or nasal congestion? Then there are natural remedies for you to get relieved from the pain.For some of them,the heating or cooling systems are the biggest triggers of these illnesses. The reason is that it leads to dry out the air in the house.Sometimes even adding a humidifier does not help.If you would like to go for a natural homoeopathy for sinus headaches and congestion it is always best to involve spicy foods. By adding some spiciness to the meals, or drinks will aid in awakening the taste buds so that at least meal time will give your body a bit of relief from a sinus infection, headache, and congestion.
Here, you will be able to find some foods that will aid in providing relief to your ailments.
Ginger
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The fragrant, citrusy rhizome is utilised as a spice and for its medicinal qualities throughout Asia. The root is known for its anti-inflammatory as well as antibacterial properties.Moreover,it is believed that eating ginger aids to ward off and also helps our bodies in fighting the flu or cold. Chinese medicine suggests the consumption of ginger to assist in easing a cough.
Radishes
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Radishes serve as a natural decongestant and also comprise of antiviral and antibacterial properties.Since they are loaded with Vitamin C, they are said to help in healing a common cold or perhaps the flu.
Horseradish
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Horseradish always provides an amazing relief, and one could even say that it is a more powerful decongestant. Whenever you eat horseradish, you instantly feel a tingling sensation in the nasal area, and within a few minutes, the mucous in the nose will start to loosen.
Raw Garlic
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In the garlic, you will be able to find an active ingredient in garlic which is known as allyl thiosulfate that is thought to provide (temporary) relief from the congestion. When you consume raw garlic,you may feel its piquantness coat on your tastebuds and sometimes it just makes your eyes water too.But you will find that you can breathe a bit better after consuming raw garlic. Consuming raw garlic is going to have the disadvantage of that unpleasant garlic breath, but if you combine it into your salad or even a dressing, it can aid a bit with that.
Raw Onions
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Onions are otherwise pungent and spicy in a different way than the chillies. However, they’ll make your eyes water, and by doing so, it will help you to drain your stuffed sinuses. Onions hold natural antihistamine properties that help in reducing the inflammation and congestion. Brown ones are the most pungent, than the white variety, and red onions are a little bit sweeter than the brown and white. One of the best ways to rea the advantages of the raw onion is to peel and then slice or chop them and hence allow them to make your eyes water.
Spicy Mustard
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Spicy mustard is yet another lovely and delicious condiment which helps to release the congestion.’The spicier, the better’. European varieties of mustard are one of the best flavoured and have more pungent flavours. You can just eat it out of the spoon, or perhaps smear a good layer on top of crackers or toast.
Chilies
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Chillies are one of the spiciest on the list and are also one of the most effective. Chillies hold capsaicin which is a natural pain reliever. Moreover, the reaction or bodies have watery eyes and runny nose, which will all aid in releasing the blocked mucous and thus open the blocked nasal airways that are causing the pain. It’s a no-brainer eating chillies to decongest. We can have them raw, out of a jar (such as Jalapeños or hot sauce), combine them into a salsa, sprinkle chilli flakes over the food; you can add them to curries, pulled pork, soups, dressings, sauces, etc…