Jean's Famous Tomato Tea Remedy for Sinus Infections and Congestion

Tomato Tea User Reviews
Posted by Nick (South Milwaukee, WI)
5 out of 5 stars

It pretty much worked, I still felt the Sinusitis, but its felt distant. Maybe it would have worked fully if I had everything, I had to use tomato soup and mild salsa instead of juice and hot sauce. I guess it worked though.


Tomato Tea User Reviews
Posted by BetH (Lake of the Ozarks, MO)
5 out of 5 stars

After the second sip of tomato tea, my sinuses opened up. This recipe is going in my cookbook for future use - bless you and thank you so much!!!


Tomato Tea User Reviews
Posted by Dorrie (Walden, NY)
5 out of 5 stars

As many of the folks who wrote in, I was desperate to find treatment for my sinus problem. I had the flu and now 4 weeks later, I still have blocked nasal and sinus passages. Over the counter decongestants and sprays worked for a short while but I believe excessive use of them has now actually caused further congestion. I can't sleep at night, and my throat is sore from continually breathing through my mouth, constant pressure in the sinuses, it's even difficult to talk. I read the tomato juice recipe and went hunting in my cabinets. Believe it or not I found that Bloody Mary Mix (without the alcohol) has similar ingredients and it worked within 1/2 hour. The ingredients on the bottle read: Water, tomato paste, horseradish, sea salt, Worcestershire sauce, vinegar, molasses, anchovies, sardine, onion, garlic, cloves,chili peters, eschalots, lemon juice, garlic powder, onion powder, black pepper. Thanks for the idea.