Sinusitis Herbal Tea
    Sinusitis is the inflammation of the nasal sinuses.  It can either be acute or chronic.  Most of all sinusitis is caused by bacteria, some viral.  Symptoms of sinusitis include fever, low grade, cough, headache, pain in the facial area around the eyes or above eyes, difficulty breathing through your nose, You can tap on your forehead or just over your eyes and around your cheek bones then you might have a sinus infection. 

    Cautions:  May interfere with iron absorption.

    Herbs:
    Bayberry: Helps clear congestion, aids circulation, reduces fever.
    Anise:  Clears mucus from the sinus and air passage ways, combats infection, Good for respiratory infections such as sinusitis.
    Fenugreek: Reduces fever, Good for eyes, Helps asthma and sinus problems by reducing mucus and good and lung disorders.
    Mullein: Good for asthma, bronchitis, difficulty breathing, earache, hay fever, and swollen glands.
    Thyme:  Eliminates headaches, mucus, good for croup, and other respiratory problems, fever.
    Red Clover:  Good for bacterial infections and lung disorders. Helps loosen phlegm and clears congestion. 
    Peppermint:  For flavoring and soothing the stomach.
    Recommendations:
    Eat a lot of raw foods (Veggies, Fruits etc), Drink a lot of fruit juices, and herbal teas.  Don't use sugar and reduce your salt intake.  Dairy products can make more mucus. Eat things like yogurt and cottage cheese.  Take a lot of vitamin c.  Do not force blowing your nose.  This only help to force the mucus back into your sinuses.  Do not smoke and stay away from second hand smoke.  Most people could be suffering from an immune disorder, you need to take more herbs that build up your immune system.

    Directions: I mix this tea and all the ingredients are natural, no additives, no caffeine, no artificial coloring and no preservatives.  Just a good source of Medicinal properties from Mother Earth.  Use 1-2 teaspoons per cup of water, Place glass container and herbs in microwave or on stove(do not use aluminum or Teflon) and heat 3 minutes.  Let steep for 4-5 minutes and then strain in glass container, you can use a strainer or use a paper towel.  I like using a strainer because you get the small sediments which house a lot of medicinal properties. You can garnish with honey or whatever you want to.  I use
Splenda. Enjoy your walk back to the natural ways. We were must return to that path and follow it to good health, spiritually and physically.  Thanks Wa Do.
These statements have not been approved by the FDA  Consult your health care provider  or physician before using herbs.