[YEA] Hi all, just to tell you guys that I pour ACV on a paper towel and sniff it to clear block nose, this method helps me especially during night times woke up with a block nose. I started ACV for just couple of weeks, I will post again few months later on how I struggle with ill health and how this website helps me when my recovery is more concrete. Thanks for keeping this website free for everyone. (It meant so much to me). I am sure your good spirits will be rewarded.
Replied by Franklin B.
Summerville, South Carolina
YEA (1) 100% Posted by Beck (Tuskawilla, Florida) on 01/02/2010
[YEA] I found home remedies with acv and thought it worked great. For those who can't handle the taste try steam inhaling to clear the congestion. For a simple and quick session, I filled a small pan with half water and half acv and boil on the stove. Once it comes to a full boil turn off the stove and just breathe in the steam. My husband thought I just worked a miracle on him with this simple procedure. Good luck!!
YEA (1) 100% Posted by Tuffy Sourdough (Newell, S.D.) on 03/18/2009
[YEA] sinus congestion relief: Mix 2 or 3 teaspoons of brown sugar, 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar. Tastes great and relieves congestion. Even better: add 1/4 cup raisins and boil, then allow to cool.Replied by Isabel
Tampa, Fl USA
YEA (6) 100% Posted by Put some good ideas together (Toronto, Ontario) on 05/15/2009
[YEA] Sinus Congestion with Sore Throat:
I've always taken a dash of Cayenne Pepper (I'd say a teaspoon, but it's really as much as you can comfortably handle as an individual) with 2 tablespoons of Lemon Juice and 2 tablespoons of Honey in a mug of boiling water for a sore throat.
Great relief and tastes great too.
After reading other posts and some experimentation I am now changing my recipe to..
1 dash Cayenne Pepper
2 tablespoons Apple Cider Vinegar
2 tablespoons Honey
1 Mug boiling water
Same great taste, but better sinus relief as well as sore throat.Replied by Rae
Norwich, Norfolk, England, Uk