Apple Cider Vinegar To Fight Sinus Infections!
Apple cider vinegar has many uses and to help you fight sinus infections is just one of them. Apple cider vinegar contains powerful antimicrobial agents which helps to kill off harmful bacteria that may be lurking in your gut and nasal passages. And apple cider vinegar gives you the added bonus of giving a boost to the good bacteria. The vinegar component will also help to break up congested mucous.
If you make apple cider vinegar yourself, like you will have to after the SHTF, then you will be all set! But if you want to try this before the SHTF there is something you must know when buying apple cider vinegar from a store. Most apple cider vinegar bottles that you buy at the store will unfortunately be filtered. This is not what you want. You MUST use unfiltered vinegar that still has the "mother" aka culture that is used when making the vinegar. Without the Mother you are wasting your time and will unjustly conclude that this natural cure is nothing but hogwash.
Once you have the unfiltered apple cider vinegar your can use it to fix your sinus infection. Simply Mix up 2 spoon fulls of apple cider vinegar with 1 spoonful of honey. Mix into a cup of warm water and drink immediately. Do this about a half hour before each meal.
A more direct route is also available if you really want to attack the infection head on. Mix two spoonfuls of apple cider vinegar in a glass of warm water and very slowly an carefully drop by drop administer into the nasal passage. This isn't the most pleasant experience but it should work even better than ingestion.
Don't for a second think that this is some old wives tale hokus pokus that doesn't really do anything. For long term benefits this cure is probably better than anything you will get from a modern day doctor!