Last updated on September 3rd, 2016 at 02:03 pm
Natural decongestant options give astonishing results. You don’t need nasal sprays, pills, or drops that contain drugs. Instead, you can find radical homemade or store-bought solutions that use ingredients from nature to relieve your nasal passages holistically and homeopathically.
Regardless of whether allergens or viral infections have inflamed your nasal passageways, you feel better when you use a decongestant that naturally constricts your blood vessels and prevents drainage from entering your nostrils. If you have congestion problems, hold on to your hats, because relief will soon arrive.
Natural Decongestant Treatments
Standard decongestant treatments come as nasal sprays, nose drops, pills, and liquid suspensions. Although many of the OTC products available work, they produce side effects, especially with prolonged use. High blood pressure and rapid heartbeat issues rank near the top of the list of complaints about decongestant products. Other problems include nervousness and insomnia.
Hot chili pepper
Get a powerful nasal decongestant in the form of hot chili peppers. The spiciness of the flakes will open your nostrils and deliver powerful relief. Next time you feel tempted to reach for a pill, grab one of the bad boys and inhale your way to freedom.
Leverage the mighty power of the eucalyptus plant to get your breathing back in line. Grab its oil and put several drops on a cloth and inhale. You can also try mixing the oil into boiling water and then inhale the steam. Either way, eucalyptus oil works as a natural decongestant that might make your day.
Breathing easy can feel like a cup of tea. Nettle is a natural decongestant. Having a cup of hot nettle tea, two to three times a day, could cure allergy attacks and heal nasal congestion.
Eat a few slices of raw onion to open your nasal passages. The effort might fill your eyes with tears, but you will quickly feel better. If you have lingering issues, keep a raw onion nearby and sniff it as necessary.
Spicy Chicken Soup
Chicken soup is good for the soul, but it helps the nose too. When your nose gets stuffy, brew some hot chicken soup and get on your way. Add some crushed black peppercorn to the mix to give your soup some extra power.
Natural, homeopathic remedies free you from your ties to OTC and prescription drugs. Now that you know a few natural decongestant tricks, get to the kitchen and get cooking. You are closer to relief than you ever thought possible.
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