April showers bring May flowers— and if you're one of the millions of people who have seasonal allergies, it also means sneezing, congestion, a runny nose and other bothersome symptoms that affect your sinuses. In TCM, sinus discomfort is linked to the weakness of Lung Qi (vital energy). When Lung Qi is deficient the respiratory tract is more susceptible to foreign substances like bacteria and viruses.
For several years, I have been treating my patients with a special formula to help alleviate their symptoms. Nip it in the bud with Sinus Relief, now available at the Lily Choi natural healing store.
This homemade formula contains multiple Chinese herbs to help disperse wind and expels toxins to relieve inflammation, dissolves nasal mucus, clears discharge and opens the nasal passages. Sinus relief is wild crafted in small batches and never mass produced.
Sinus Relief contains:
Wumei ( black plum): Combats a variety of pathogenic bacteria, enhances the immune functions and de-escalates allergic reactions.
Chuan Xiang: Releases wind cold, frontal headache, nasal congestion, supraorbital pain, toothache, and other problems due to wind invading the head and face.
Bai zhi: Diminishes wind-cold, dries dampness, relieves swelling and drains pus, eases pain by eliminating wind, conducts to the stomach and large intestine channels and opens the nasal passages.
Xin yin hua: Alleviates nasal obstructions or congestion, pain, discharge, lack of smell, sinus problems and related headache due to Wind-Cold.
Ginger Power: My favorite arsenal that increases body yang, removes toxins in the throat and Middle Jiao, amongst its many benefits.
Licorice root: Containing glycyrrhizin acid which is anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting. Licorice root can reduce discomfort around the throat, soothe the stomach, balance all other herbs and promote healing.
Cang Er Zi: It is one of the main ingredients for combating wind -heat, sinusitis or allergic rhinitis, frontal headache, nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, post-nasal drip, inflamed mucus membranes, sneezing, red itchy eyes, thirst, and maxillary pain.
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