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8 Simple Home Remedies For Blocked And Stuffy Nose

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8 Simple Home Remedies For Blocked And Stuffy Nose

Stuffy nose is quite an annoying problem. Your nose drips and you sound funny whenever you talk. Often people believe that stuffy nose is caused due to excess mucus in the nasal passages, but this is not true. It is a result of inflamed blood vessels present in the sinuses. The aggravated blood vessels are caused due to allergies, sinus infection, flu or cold. Whatever is the reason, try these simple remedies to unclog the nose and breathe better.

Home Remedies For Stuffy And Blocked Nose:    

Inhale Steam

Steam inhalation is one of the easy remedies to clear stuffy nose. Crush carom seeds (1 tablespoon) in boiling water. Inhale this steam for about 2 – 3 times in a day.

Inhale Steam

Garlic

Eat garlic cloves to relieve stuffy nose. Also, you can consume garlic soup by adding garlic cloves (2 – 3) in boiling water. Consume this hot soup to cure blocked nose. Garlic has anti-viral properties and the pungent taste of garlic releases secretions, which help in draining nasal passages. This makes you breathe effortlessly. Regular intake of garlic will also boost your immune system.

Garlic

Apple Cider Vinegar

Drinking a solution of water and apple cider vinegar will clear stuffy nose. Mix together apple cider vinegar (about 2 tablespoons), honey (1 tbsp) and warm water (1 cup). Drink this solution to get relief.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Honey

Consume pure honey (2 tsp) mixed in lukewarm water (1 glass) daily to relieve blocked nose. You can mix honey in milk and drink this warm milk to cure this problem.

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Ginger

Ginger tea is a simple and tasty way to cure stuffy nose. For best results, you can add lemon and honey to the tea. Alternatively, you can consume freshly grated ginger with lukewarm water.

Drink Ginger Juice

Mustard Oil

Put mustard oil (about 2 to 3 drops) in the nostrils to get relief from stuffed nose.

Mustard Oil

Tomato Juice

Add chopped garlic (1 tbsp), hot sauce (1 tbsp), lime juice (1 tbsp) and a pinch of salt and celery to boiling tomato juice (1 cup). Sip this tasty concoction two times a day.

Tomato Juice

Drink Hot Liquids

Drinking hot liquids prevents dehydration, relieves nasal congestion and soothes inflamed membranes lining your throat and nose. In case, you have congestion and have trouble sleeping at night then try the age-old remedy of hot toddy to get relief.

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