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How to do a Garlic Nasal Rinse

By Dr. Eric Berg DC
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The information that follows is Medical Advice for Education Purposes Only

How to De a Garlic Nasal Rinse

Garlic nasal rinse is ideal for those who have congestion in their sinuses chronically through the years.

You have season allergies but there are some that have nasal sinuses throughout the year and that’s because of a fungus in their nasal cavity.

One of the best thing to kill funguses and viruses is garlic.

For this rinse you will take 1 garlic clove, pill it and the chop it up into small little pieces then let is sit for 15 minutes.

While you wait for the garlic to sit, boil half a cup of water.

Take the pieces of garlic and put it in a strainer. Place the strainer over a coffee cup and pour the ½ cup of boiled water in the strainer while hot.

Wait until the temperature of the boiling water lukewarm. You can put it in the refrigerator so it can cool faster.

Do not flush your nasal with boiling water or pieces of garlic.

You can use a nasal rinse flush container that you can get at CVS or Walgreens. Once the garlic water has cooled you can put it in the nasal container.

Put the nasal container in your nose over the sink and squeeze the container gently so the solution can come out and go through your other nasal.

The garlic will start breaking down the:

  • fungus
  • mold
  • mildew
  • Whatever bacteria that is in there.
  • You will see that you can blow a lot of stuff out and your breathing out of your nose will become clear.

I recommend doing it every other day for a week or two weeks if it’s really bad. Make sure you’re not putting hot water in the container and it is lukewarm

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