Natural Solutions For Congestion
Sinus and lung congestions are effects of an lineament infection. But what happens when Congestion occurs?
First of Congestion is caused by a weekend or stressed immune system, which then passes stress onto the main systems, but particularly the Central Nervous System. and this infection can block the neurotransmitter ACH, With this being done histamines are released into the blood and to a degree before the vascular systems dilate otherwise we would have anaphalatic shock present. So as a result we get and increase production(s) of mucous membrane. when mucus congeals it forms a phlegm like substance that is molecularly heavier in wright both and in volume and then due to excessive stress on the main systems needs to excrete or exit. from the lungs through the airway(s) nose and throat. So we need to do a few thing to achieve a natural countermeasure:
1. Produce antihistamines ( to counter the realease of histamines).
2. initiate and maintain a healthy immune system for optimal healing
3. supply demuculant(s) to the existing condition This will help expel Phlegm an uncoagulated mucus’ while antihistamines begin to work.
4. use of a antispasmodic to help calm coughing due to muscular spasms of the throat( Cyane is great for this) (1 drop per 6 ounces of warm water) use as needed.
IMPORTANT! Begin the healing process nutritionally:
Providing a Lung lung and blood detox is vital (chicory tea is a great lung detox.) dandelion and burdock root is also great for purifying the blood of toxins and neurotoxins. Secondly, WE need to regain all nutritional values to maintain a healthy immune system and main systems.I recommend the following
I. 1 tablespoon of dried chicory or 1 handful of fresh but bruce the stems and leave or dice it up add boiling water let steep for 4-5 minutes (twice daily)
II. Burdock root and dandelion tinctures add 1 eyedropper full of either tincture to 6 ounces of hot filtered water and mix well and let sit for 10-20 seconds drink twice a day for 5 days No dairy or sugar during these days
Be Pollen for it will provide all the nutrients needed to initiate and maintain a healthy immune system.
Slippery Elm Bark will help begin the healing go the organs by providing nutrient to them and assisting in maintaining a healthy immune system.
Marshmallow root to be used as a Demuculant and to help sooth irrupted membrane walls due to overactive spasmodic activities (coughing) sneezing) deep or short.
Wild Cherry Bark can be used as an expectorant in severe cases.take 1 eyedropper 1/2 eye dropper in a 6 oz. glass of filtered or distilled warm water
Steam inhalation as an expectorant and antiposmadic:
Take a non metallic pot filled with distilled water and use Peppermint or eucalyptus essential oil 3 drops of either after the water becomes boiling then place a towel over your head to catch as much steam as possible by closing your eyes and breathing in with both your nose and throat but primarily with your bout peppermint and eucalyptus will both open the airways by calming the mucus membrane spasmodic activity.
Another method is to take 4 cups of distilled water and once the water begins to boil add slowly 1 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar this will help break up and expel the phlegm as well as detoxify the airways of histamines.
Another therapeutic way to cleanse your airways of mucus is Cinnamon take 4 cup of distilled water and bring it to a boil lower heat and maintain a simmer add 2 tablespoons of cinnamon or 2 cinnamon sticks let simmer for 20 seconds then close your eyes and take a few SHORT breathes bathing in the cinnamon steam. Cinnamon is a natural antiseptic and will also help Colds, Flus, Bronchitis and phuemonias.
Herbal Remedies for Congestions:
Apple Cider vinegar Tonic: Tea !0 ounces of distilled or filtered water, 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar mix and heat in a non metallic pot then add 2 tablespoons of raw wildflower honey. drink as needed.
This will help drain the sinus’ thus helping a potential infection to heal.
Herbs used to dry up the sinus’
marshmallow root, goldenseal, chaparal, burdockroot, parsely, lobelia, and cayenne.