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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Homeopathy Make you free from Sinus Problem

Homeopathy for Sinus

The term sinus means a hollow or a pocket. This word can be used to refer to

cavities in many parts of the body, such as the renal sinus, the mastoid sinus or an aorticsinus. However, sinus generally
refers to the paranasal sinuses, which lie close to the

nose. The most important sinuses lie above and below the eye sockets and behind thebridge of the nose. They are lined by a moisture


producing mucous membrane. The

purpose of the sinuses is to help mo

isturize the air we breathe.

There are four

types of paranasal

sinuses: frontal, ethmoid,

sphenoid and maxillary as

shown in figure.

Infections in them can

block normal nasal


Sinusitis is an

inflammation or infection

of the air pockets on


side of and behind

the nose. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi (molds) and possibly by allergies.

Usually sinusitis follows a respiratory infection such as common cold, or flu. Allergic

patients may get this on contact with the specific allerge

n/substance to which they are

hyper sensitive.

Acute sinusitis is much more common in certain patients than in the general

population. Chronic sinusitis refers to inflammation of the sinuses that continues for at

least 3 weeks, but often continues for months or even years.

Patients with asthma have a particularly high frequency of chronic sinusitis.

Inhalation of airborne allergens (substances that provoke an allergic reaction), such as

dust, mold, and pollen, often set off allergic reactions (allergic rhin

itis) that, in turn, may

contribute to sinusitis. People who are allergic to fungi can develop a condition called

"allergic fungal sinusitis."

Damp weather, especially in northern temperate climates, or pollutants in the air

and in buildings also can affec

t people subject to chronic sinusitis.


The most common site of sinusitis is the ethmoid sinuses, which typically occurs

as a result of obstruction of mucociliary drainage, which then causes a secondary

maxillary sinusitis. Sinusitis involving the

sphenoid sinus typically is unusual for children

under age 5 and frontal sinusitis typically does not occur until age 10, as a result of later

development of those sinuses in children.

Sinusitis (infection of sinuses) may have a variety of symptoms, dep

ending on

which sinus and nasal passages are involved. There may be nasal discharge (yellowish or

greenish), perhaps containing pus; headaches; pain in the cheeks, eye area, ear, or teeth;

dizziness and possibly a cough.

If the infection is severe, the pa

tient may also experience fever, a general sick

feeling, and such general discomfort that he will have difficulty in concentrating.

Sinusitis can also results from an infection that has spread from a nearby part of

the body, such as an abscessed tooth, or

following an extraction of tooth.


Evaluation is by history and physical examination. Blood tests for blood count

may be done in special cases.



rays of the sinuses can show characteristic changes

associated with this infection. Culture of the

sinus drainage can yield information on the

type of infection. Patients who have an uncertain diagnosis may have a CT scan

performed of the sinuses.

Homoeopathic Treatment

In treating sinusitis it is important to open up the passage that may be blocked d


to swollen tissues, to permit drainage, controlling or eliminating the source of the

inflammation, and relieving the pain.

Following Homoeopathic Medicines are able to provide permanent cure to this problem:


This remedy alone will cure more

sinusitis than any remedy because it is

more often indicated. Thick, yellow, tenacious mucus in posterior nares, more distinctly

yellow than **Kali Bich and profuse. Frontal headache, full ness over the eyes. <Cold

dry winds/air >warm covering. Sinusitis

after coryza.

Kali Bich:

Inflammation of the frontal Sinuses. Pressure and pain at the root of the nose.

Ulcertaion of the septum (DNS). Fetid smell from the discharge, Discharge is thick

greenish yellow, ropy, acrid, tough, elastic plug from nose; leaves

a raw surface. Loss of

smell, sneezing < morning. <Cold, damp. Better heat & pressure. Headache over the

eyebrows < cold > pressing at the root of nose. Must lie down, aversion to light & noise.

Violent pain from occiput to forehead if the nasal discharge



Frontal sinusitis. Nose stopped up at night. Fan like motion of alae nasi.

Chronic coryza blows nose often. < From cabbage, prawns, seafood > warm drinks.

Discharge excoriating from nose but internal dryness of the nose. Headache over

the eyes

in sever colds > uncovering. < 4 to 8 PM. Right sided frontal headache < rising up >

lying down. Pain in temples as if screwed down.

Hepar Sulph:

Frontal Sinusitis. < Sensitive to touch, slight cold. Nose stopped. This is

best remedy to drain the

sinus. The discharge stains with blood & smells like old cheese.

Right sided sinusitis (Sangu.can) <morning, motion.


Chronic Sinusitis. Nose Obstructed & lose of smell.

Nasal bones sensitive.

Drawing pain at the root of nose and right molar bone.

Headache > wrapping up warmly

& pressure < motion, jar, and cold air. Headache starts from occipital area (Cocculus)

and the settled above eye brows > binding the head tightly.


Reoccurring sinusitis < dust. Stoppage of nose first right and then

left. Fan

like motion the alae. Long continued coryza.

Sanunaria Can:

Right sided chronic frontal sinusitis. Discharge yellow & offensive.

Pain at the root of the nose.

Cocculus Ind:

Sinusitis, pain starts from occipit and settles at nape of neck < lying


back of head < cold air. It generally starts the suppressed discharge from the nose.


Maxillary sinusitis. Heavy pressure at the root of the nose. Discharge from

the nose is acrid, foul, watery or dark lumps. Pain from the lachrymal duct arou

nd eye to

temple from inner to outer canthus. <damp, lying on right side.

Nux Vom:

Nose stopped up, dry breath through mouth <night. Pulsations in head, in

small spots especially on Left forehead. Bursting headache > hard pressure < cold bath.

Air, Air co

nditioner, change of season. > dry heat.

Sticta Pul:

Feeling of fullness at the root of nose. Dryness of the mucous membrane of

the nose with constant need to blow the nose without discharge. Catarrhal headache

before the discharge appears. < change of tem

perature, Night, lying down.> open air, free


Aurum Met:

Chronic Sinusitis. Boring pain < night with purulent, fetid and bloody

discharge. Feeling of Nose obstructed but free flow of air through nose.

Constitutional remedies like Tuberculinum,

Calcarea Carb also found useful to complete

the cure when indicated remedies fails to provide permanent relief.

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