This Sinus Bio Energy Patch is designed to support the body to ease problematic sinus conditions. Sinus uses frequencies of nutrients that are designed to accelerate the natural balancing process of the sinus cavity.
Application: Consider using when experiencing: Inflammation and Blockage: whether it’s from pollution, allergy or infection, the sinus shuts down and becomes infected.
Use in conjunction with: Bio Energy Patches that can be used to boost effectiveness and in conjunction with Sinus Patches are: Healing XL, Cleanse, D-Tox, GSH-Scar Tissue, Fem, Digest, VIR, BAC, Pain & Inflammation and Energy Balance.
Tips: Sinus drainage is a normal symptom of Detoxification and the body’s reaction to a cleansing process as well.
A sinus infection is inflammation or swelling of your sinuses. Normally, your sinuses are filled with air. When the sinuses become blocked and filled with fluids, bacteria can grow and cause infection. This infection is sinusitis. This patch is designed to support the body to deter problematic sinus conditions. Sinus uses frequencies of nutrients that are designed to accelerate the natural healing process of the sinus cavity. Consider using when experciencing: Inflammation and Blockage: whether it’s from pollution, allergy or infection, the sinus shuts down and becomes infected.
What Are the Symptoms of a Sinus Infection?
Symptoms of a sinus infection include:
- Thick, yellow, foul-smelling nasal discharge
- Pressure or pain around the face and eyes
- Headache (generally in the forehead area)
- Nasal obstruction
- Post-nasal drip
- A cold that won’t go away or gets worse
- Fever or cough
What Causes a Sinus Infection?
Any condition that blocks off the sinus drainage channels can cause a sinus infection. Such conditions include colds, allergies such as hay fever, non-allergic rhinitis, and nasal polyps, which are small growths in the lining of your nose.
A sinus infection may occur after a cold or may result from anatomic problems such as a deviated septum, which refers to a shift in the nasal cavity. If not treated, a sinus infection can last for weeks.