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Sinus Infection Home Remedy

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For the past three months, I’ve been suffering through sinus infection, after sinus infection, after sinus infection (literally). Usually, if I get one it will be only once or twice a year.

I’m not sure why I’m getting them back-to-back and my doctor has prescribed different types of antibiotics to cure them. I’m now seeing an allergist to see if they can figure out what’s going on.

Until we figure out how to get this under control I’m stuck with switching up my antibiotics, taking allergy meds, and those good ol’ home remedies.

Since I just finished my most recent round of antibiotics and I still have fluid in my sinuses, I had to go to my tried and true way of getting some relief with the sinus infection home remedy.

Sinus Infection Home Remedy - The Kreative Life

This remedy is definitely not for the faint of heart (and if you decide to try it, you should consult your doctor first).

It’s super spicy, doesn’t taste that great, but it surely offers some relief from the pressure. You can see the effects of my sinus infections; dark circles under the eyes and unsightly wrinkles.

It’s starting to make me look older than what I really am and I constantly look tired even if I’m wide awake.

Sinus Infection Home Remedy - The Kreative Life

Sinus Infection Home Remedy

The ingredients are pretty simple:

1 Tbsp. Honey

1 Tsp. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

¼ Tsp. Ground Cayenne Pepper

1-  500 Mg Turmeric Curcumin Capsule

10 Oz. Hot Water

I know that this sounds like a crazy combination, but there’s a reason this mixture works for me.

Turmeric is an anti-inflammatory, so any inflammation I have in my sinuses is relieved. Since turmeric is oil-soluble and not water-soluble, I use coconut oil to help with absorption into my system.

I open the turmeric capsule up and just pour the powder directly into the glass.

If you do it this way, make sure you use a dark-colored mug because turmeric can stain anything yellow very easily (I used a light-colored glass in this post, just so you can see the color).

Sinus Infection Home Remedy - The Kreative Life

Cayenne pepper is a natural anti-bacterial and a decongestant.

My sinus infections have been bacterial infections, so this helped a lot. Besides liking honey for it’s soothing effect, it is another natural anti-bacterial.

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I use water because, well, how else am I going to down my sinus infection home remedy?

I just add it all into one cup, add hot water, and drink it as fast as I can.

Sinus Infection Home Remedy - The Kreative Life

Are there any home remedies that you use for sinus infections, cold, or the flu?

This sinus infection home remedy used natural ingredients to give you some sinus pressure relief.

*Before you try any home remedies, consult your doctor.


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  1. I am definitely going to have to try this. It seems every time I get sick, it turns into a darn sinus infection.

  2. I can imagine the struggle. I don’t have a sinus infection but I do have allergic rhinitis every morning, which is also irritating. Thanks for sharing your home remedy, I’m glad it works well for you.

  3. I am saving this post. I always think home remedies and a lot of rest work best to relieve us of a cold or sinus infection.. My hubby has been a little stuffy these past few days. I will make him a cup and I am sure it will relieve him of the painful pressure.

  4. I’m always looking for new natural remedies for sinus infections so this is perfect. I will definitely be trying this one when I get home. Thanks so much for sharing.

  5. I need to try this. I’m sure I have a sinus infection right now. My mom gets them annually so I’ll have to pass this to her. Very informative! Thanks for the tips

  6. looks like a very spicy from the colour. but if it really helps its a very nice blogpost to share with everyone!

  7. Hi Kendra, The article is well written and helpful. Tto keep yourself safe from seasonal allergies, and sinus try to eat 2-3 pieces of Raw Garlic (it sounds smelly and yucky) but it has been scientifically proved efficient in building your immunity. Also drink cups of warm water mixed with lemon/lime juice. this helps in building immunity as well as reducing excess weight.