Nasya Therapy: Ginger for Nasal or Sinus Congestion


Ginger for Nasal or Sinus: “Adrak-waali Chai” or ginger tea is the first home remedy that we often turn to when we feel the onset of a cold or a throat infection or even in case of a headache, isn't it?

Ginger paste and even ginger powder, along with Sesame oil and medicated ghee, are recommended in Ayurveda as Nasya Therapy for nasal or sinus congestion.

Ginger for Sinus Benefits: 

Ginger has anti-bacterial and antiviral properties and is useful in decongesting and drying out mucous or phlegm build-up in your sinuses, nasal passage and chest, thus providing relief and preventing infection.

A poultice of ginger paste or powder along with other ingredients is also applied on the chest to decongest it.

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Ginger for Nasal or Sinus Usage:

  • At the onset of congestion, take a few drops of Parama Naturals' Zingiber Oil on your little finger and apply inside your nostrils.
  • You can add a few drops to a steamer, especially for babies and little children, and allow the child to inhale the steam (but exercise caution to prevent the baby from getting scalded)
  • You can also rub the oil on your chest and upper back. The Parama Naturals’ Zingiber Oil is perfectly safe to apply on babies' chest, abdomen and back.

 Apply as often as needed depending on the severity of your problem.




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