Depending on the type of illness that attacks the respiratory system, some people are susceptible to the uncomfortable symptoms they can cause.

When it comes to allergies, two of them are the real terror: rhinitis and sinusitis. One of the most common symptoms is nasal congestion.

To solve these problems, Naturopathic Herbal Medicine, André Resende, formulated a recipe that promises to be a “shoot and fall” to end this symptom. According to its specialties, the recipe makes use of the natural properties of several plants. In this case, combined, they fight a series of symptoms.

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Before checking the recipe, it is worth knowing a little more about the diseases:


Rhinitis is known to be a reaction of the body to certain elements understood to be aggressive. This problem is not common to all people. In cases of crisis, the body uses artifices such as nasal obstruction, sneezing and a runny nose to prevent the virus from entering the body.


Sinusitis is characterized as an inflammatory disease that attacks the cavities around the nose. The disease usually occurs when these cavities are clogged, leaving mucus plugged in the area. With its accumulation, the cavities are closed, triggering the inflammatory process identified by the swelling.

Ingredients used

About the ingredients used, each one has its particularity. To do so, learn a little more about them from now on.


The constant use of salvia is indicated to clean the airways. The herb is also known to be used in various recipes to promote well-being, in addition to having no contraindications.


Mint is rich in vitamins A and C, iron and calcium. It has antispasmodic action, which brings relief to cough and respiratory condition as a whole. Its antibacterial property is also ideal for preventing the onset of colds, flu and fever.

Tea to fight rhinitis and sinusitis


-1 handful of sage leaves;
-1 handful of mint;
-1 handful of eucalyptus;
-Half a spoon (coffee) of salt;
-2 liters of water.

Method of preparation

The first step is to bring the water to a boil in a pot. Soon after, add all the other ingredients. Once it reaches the boiling point, turn off the heat and let it cool for a few minutes. Use a sieve to separate the herbs and place in another container.

The use of tea is recommended to be done at night, before going to sleep, together with the inhalation equipment. Do this for the next 10 days.

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