Ayurvedic Products for Sinusitis

Sinusitis means inflammation of a sinus. Most bouts of sinusitis are caused by an infection. The cheekbone (maxillary) sinuses are the most commonly affected.

Causes, Incidence, and Risk Factors

The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the skull (behind the forehead, nasal bones, cheeks, and eyes) that are lined with mucus membranes. Healthy sinuses contain no bacteria or other germs. Usually, mucus is able to drain out and air is able to circulate.

When the sinus openings become blocked or too much mucus builds up, bacteria and other germs can grow more easily.

Sinusitis can occur from one of these conditions:

  • Small hairs (cilia) in the sinuses, which help move mucus out, do not work properly due to some medical conditions.
  • Colds and allergies may cause too much mucus to be made or block the opening of the sinuses.
  • A deviated nasal septum, nasal bone spur, or nasal polyps may block the opening of the sinuses.

Sinusitis can be:

  • Acute -- symptoms last up to 4 weeks
  • Sub-acute -- symptoms last 4 - 12 weeks
  • Chronic -- symptoms last 3 months or longer


Acute sinusitis is usually caused by a bacterial infection in the sinuses that result from an upper respiratory tract infection. Chronic sinusitis refers to long-term swelling and inflammation of the sinuses that may be caused by bacteria or a fungus.

The following may increase your risk or your child's risk of developing sinusitis:

  • Allergic rhinitis or hay fever
  • Cystic fibrosis
  • Day care
  • Tooth infections (rare)
  • Large adenoids
  • Smoking
  • Changes in altitude (flying or scuba diving)
  • Weakened immune system from HIV or chemotherapy
  • Diseases that prevent the cilia from working properly, such as Kartagener syndrome and immotile cilia syndrome


The classic symptoms of acute sinusitis in adults usually follow a cold that does not improve, or one that worsens after 5 - 7 days of symptoms. Symptoms include:

  • Bad breath or loss of smell
  • Cough, often worse at night
  • BFatigue and generally not feeling well and Fever
  • Nasal congestion and discharge
  • Sore throat and postnasal drip
  • Headache -- pressure-like pain, pain behind the eyes, toothache, or facial tenderness
  • Symptoms of chronic sinusitis are the same as those of acute sinusitis, but tend to be milder and last longer than 12 weeks.

Doctor’s Natural and Effective Recommendation

Usually in case of sinusitis prana and udaanvayu of the body is disturbed. Moreover there is accumulation of the kaphadosa in the channels of the upper part especially above the neck.

So nasyam and pratimarsham is the best treatment in case of sinusitis.

Nasyam is the treatment done in hospitals which means instilling nasal drops into the nostrils and then providing the steam so that the accumulated kapha in the sinuses comes out through the mouth. It is done for 5 or 7 days depending upon the patient’s nature of the disease.

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  • Pratimarsa nasyam means that 2 drops of nasal drop Anu thailam can be instilled daily in each nostril.


  • Avoid exposure to dust and smoke.
  • Do pranayam daily especially-anulom vilom.
  • Include green leafy vegetables in your diet.
  • Take proper sleep.

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  • The above products are to be taken as per doctor consultation.
  • General recommendation is for 5 to 6 week i.e.
  • Anu thailam 3 packs.
  • Has no side effects
  • Gives happy, healthy disease free long life
  • They are non-toxic and non-invasive
  • Remove the root of diseases not just symptoms
  • Good for physical and mental health as well.
  • Relaxes mind and makes you Tension Free
  • Enhances immunity that resists diseases


  • It is highly recommended you consult an ayurvedic physician for the ailment before purchasing the product.
  • The treatment is only a suggestion in general cases.
  • Dosage and promotion may vary fron case to case basis 

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