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Holistic Sinusitis Solutions

Nov 30, 2019 12:00AM
According to the latest numbers from the CDC, 28.9 million Americans are diagnosed with sinusitis each year. Back in 2012, the Infectious Diseases Society of America noted that although sinus infections are the fifth leading reason for antibiotic prescriptions, 90 to 98 percent of cases are caused by viruses, which are not affected by antibiotics. Or, Nine out of 10 sinus infections should NOT be treated with antibiotics. We need something other than antibiotics to combat sinusitis. 

Master Herbalist Steven Frank has been researching antisepsis for 27 years and suggests in his book “Managing Sinus Health” that the answer lies in the appropriate use of enhanced aqueous silver colloids. By using this powerful antimicrobial in a neti pot for upper sinuses and in a spray bottle for nasal passageways, one can very effectively attenuate all infection sources - bacteria, viral and fungal.

The most important aspect is to remember that germs can double in volume every 20 minutes. The key to using this antimicrobial tool effectively is repeated applications of the spray every 20 minutes and regular (2x daily) filling and holding in the upper sinuses. The silver colloid only remains in the region for a short while and thus repeated application is critical to success.

For more information or a copy of Managing Sinus Health, call 800-991-7088.
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