Healing Options for Inflammation

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1. “Eat more plant-based, whole, nutrient-dense foods.”
“Crowd out the inflammatory foods we discussed above (refined sugar and flour, processed junk, animal products, etc.) by adding a variety of plant-based whole foods to your diet. These foods will flood your body with the vitamins, minerals, cancer-fighting phytochemicals, antioxidants and fiber it needs to recover from chronic inflammation.”

2. “Focus on gut health.”
“Your gut holds approximately 60-70 percent of your immune system, so it stands to reason that it would be a great place to reduce chronic inflammation. And if your gut is in bad shape, you can only imagine that your immune system is in some serious trouble. Check out my tips for improving gut health here. A great way to start is by taking a daily probiotic (just make sure it’s high quality—Dr. Ohirra’s, Primal Defense, Healthforce Nutritionals (Friendly Force) and MegaFood’s Megaflora are good brands).”

3. “Identify and address food sensitivities and chronic (or hidden) infections.”
“You could be fighting a losing battle if you’re ignoring potential food sensitivities and/or infections. If your body is working to cope and fight these challenges everyday, you can bet that you’re stoking the fires of inflammation on a regular basis.”

Link: http://kriscarr.com/blog/5-tips-to-reduce-inflammation


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“Silicea: One of the Best Homeopathic remedies for Sinus Infections with headache ”

“Silicea is one of the best homeopathic remedies for  sinus infection. The sinus headache mainly on the right side is best treated with Silicea. The patient requiring Silicea feels chilly and is very sensitive to cold air. Covering up warmly provides relief. One prominent indication for using Homeopathic medicine Silicea in sinus cases is nasal stuffiness. The nasal discharges get clogged in hard crusts. On attempting to loosen these crusts, there is bleeding. Silicea is the top Homeopathic remedy for treating symptoms of serious sinus infection, where all sinuses are infected simultaneously,”

“Belladona: Top Homeopathic remedy for sinus headache with suppressed discharge”

“Natural Homeopathic medicine Belladona is one of the ideal homeopathic remedies for sinus infections when sinus headache is due to suppressed discharge. Belladona is very beneficial when a Sinusitis patient complains of a violent headache. The patient may get relief from the headache by binding the head tightly or applying pressure. The face may also appear swollen with a heated sensation. Another symptom for using Belladona is throat pain and cough when the sinus infection travels down the throat.”

“Kali Bichrome: Best Homeopathic remedy for Sinusitis with discharge dropping back into throat”

“Kali Bichrome is the top natural Homeopathic medicine for Sinusitis where the discharge drops back into the throat despite coming out of the nose. The discharge is very thick and mostly yellow. It can be ropy too and the patient experiences pain and heaviness in the nose. The nose can smell and is blocked with an inability to breathe through it. Kali Bichrome is also the best Homeopathic remedy for headache above the eyes due to sinus infection. The eyes may also get swollen up.”

Link: http://www.drhomeo.com/sinusitis/homeopathic-remedies-for-sinus-infections/)


“Homeopathy as a natural system of medicine offers distinct advantages to the people who suffer from sciatica. The biggest advantage that homoeopathy offers is that it is able to treat the pain very effectively and is able to rectify the compression or irritation on the sciatic nerve. Homeopathic medicine Colocynth stands tall in the homeopathic list of medicine used for treating sciatica. It can work wonders in treating Sciatica. It is mostly used in treating right sided sciatica pain. Whenever there is numbness associated with pain, homeopathic medicine Gnaphlium is a remedy of unquestioned benefit. Rhus tox covers nearly all kinds of sciatica symptoms and many a times it is the first choice. Rhus tox is indicated when the patient feels pain while beginning to move and is little relived by walking.”

“Another great benefit of using homoeopathy is that along with the treatment of sciatica homoeopathy also aims at strengthening the patient’s constitution in order to prevent further recurrences.”

“Preventing sciatica”

“The key to prevent sciatica is to prevent any damage to your lower spine. The following tips can be very helpful if executed properly”

“Exercising regularly”

“This can strengthen back and abdominal muscles, thus preventing damage to your vertebral column.”

“Good posture”

“Maintain a good posture while sitting and use an ergonomically designed chair which properly supports your hips and does not press upon your back of the thighs and knees while sitting.”

Link: http://www.drhomeo.com/sciatica/sciatica-and-its-homeopathic-treatment/)



“Simple Seated Twist”

“How to:

  • Sit straight on the edge of a chair.
  • Plant the feet firmly on the floor.
  • Press the buttocks down into the chair seat.
  • Cross your right leg on top of your left at the knee.
  • Take your right arm to the back of the chair and your left hand to your right knee.
  • Turn from the belly to the right on the exhalation.
  • Keep your shoulders down and your chest open.
  • Relax your eyes, jaw and tongue.
  • Hold for 10 seconds breathing evenly.
  • Return to center and repeat on the opposite side.”

Link: http://www.active.com/fitness/articles/5-yoga-poses-to-reduce-tension-headaches)

“Lymph Massage”

“Most of the lymph channels lie just under the skin, so a very light massage is all it takes to stimulate the flow of lymph. Just the weight of your hand will suffice as you stroke toward the chest, starting at the feet and working up each limb and the body. Uncomfortable or unsure about doing this yourself? A trained massage therapist will know what to do for congested lymph.”

“Skin Brushing”

“Also called “dry brushing,” this do-it-yourself technique promotes lymph flow by gently brushing the skin in the same direction as the lymph is traveling—from the feet and hands up toward the collarbones. This is usually done upon rising (before a shower) using a natural, soft-bristled brush on dry skin.”

“Go with the Flow”

“While yoga (and bodywork) can dramatically improve the flow of lymph, it will be even more effective if you modify your diet to keep all of your body’s systems flowing smoothly. For example, lymph becomes thicker and less mobile when we are dehydrated, but flows well when we drink plenty of fluids. To stay well hydrated, you should drink 64 or more ounces of water a day.”

Link: https://yogainternational.com/article/view/5-natural-ways-to-relieve-lymphatic-congestion)



1.” Crush it with cayenne”

“Utilizing something spicy may not sound headache helpful, but cayenne is somewhat revered in the kingdom of natural remedies to treat pain and inflammation. The secret behind its success lies in an ingredient called capsaicin, which inhibits something in our body that is one of the main elements in pain perception called Substance P. In short, Substance P is part of what makes us feel pain, and the capsaicin depletes it. Numerous studies, the first in 1998 in The Clinical Journal of Pain, support that when applied topically to the nasal passages; people experience a significant decrease in the severity of their headaches, all thanks to capsaicin.”

“You will need…”
“-1/4 teaspoon cayenne powder
-4 ounces of warm water
-cotton swabs”


“Dilute a ½ teaspoon of cayenne powder in 4 ounces of warm water. Soak a cotton swab in the solution and stir it around to make sure it’s covered-the powder can sometimes sink to the bottom.

Apply the moist swab gently to the inside of each nostril until you can feel the heat. It may be a bit unpleasant at first, but take the burning sensation as a sign that it’s working. When it subsides, your headache will hopefully be wiped out, or at the very least better than before.”

“2. Go nuts”

“Instead of popping a pill when you get a headache, toss back some almonds. For everyday tension-type headaches, almonds can be a natural remedy and a healthier alternative to other medicine. It acts as a pain reliever because it contains something called salicin, which is also an agent in popular over the counter killers. Try eating a handful or two of these wholesome nuts when you feel the ache start to set in.

Note: People who suffer from migraines may find that almonds are a trigger food”

“3. Find some feverfew”

“Headaches, particularly migraines, can be relieved through the use of the feverfew plant. When a migraine is in the works your blood vessels are changing, and theories suggest that the vessels in your head are expanding and pressing on nerves. Feverfew has been confirmed to relax the tension/constrict blood vessels, easing the painful pressure. It also reduces inflammation and pain overall with a substance called parthenolide, which has results similar to taking a daily aspirin, but without the side effects.

You will need…
-1 ounce fresh or dried flowers
-1 pint of boiling water

Add 1 ounce of fresh or dried feverfew flowers to 1 pint of boiling one. Steep for 10 minutes, and then strain. Drink half a cup twice a day as needed.”


4. “Apply an apple cider vinegar compress”

“Apple cider vinegar (ACV) has a long history in realm of natural remedies. It’s been used to relieve everything from scurvy to hay fever, and just about any other ailment that falls in between. Some modern day studies have proven its effectiveness in treating certain illnesses, but most of its clout lies in the reports of people throughout the centuries who have benefited from it. If you find yourself coming down with a throbbing headache, try getting some quality ACV time into your day in the form of a steam-style treatment.

You will need…
-1/4 cup of ACV
-Roughly 3 cups of boiling water
-1 cup of fresh cool water

Pour ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar into a large bowl, and then fill the bowl halfway with boiling water. Place a towel over your head so that it drapes over the bowl, trapping the steam, and hold your face over it. Make sure your face isn’t so close that it gets burned by the steam. Do this for 5-10 minutes, or when the water starts to cool down, breathing in and out deeply the whole time. When you’re done, use the towel to pat your face dry, and go drink a glass of cool water.”

Link: http://everydayroots.com/headache-remedies)