Of course, folk remedies do not have as effective an effect as the methods of classical medicine. However, many of our compatriots were helped to avoid the operation exactly folk ways. Cauterization of the polyps of the nose with a 5-10 percent solution of silver nitrate is just one of the proven folk methods from their disposal. The next ancient and universal recipe used to treat problems and diseases of the nose is not one century - for one glass of warm water we add 2 teaspoons of sea salt and nasal passages.
Alternative medicine can also offer the use of various medicinal plants and herbs for the treatment and prevention of polyps of the nose. Among such herbs is the celandine, which grows almost in every corner of our country.
Juice celandine with polyps buried in the nose three times a day for three drops. Also, with polyps of the nose to flush the nasal passages, you can use the infusion of celandine.
Cooking infusion - 1 tablespoon of dry herbs and flowers of celandine is steamed 300 ml of boiling water, then infusion should be infused for an hour, then the infusion is filtered.
For the treatment of polyps are used and the following herbs - chamomile, St. John's wort, horsetail field, string, these herbs can be combined with celandine for burrowing or washing.
May honey is another excellent method for treating polyps of the nose, which for several centuries has helped in solving this problem - we take liquid May honey and lubricate the nasal sinuses with the help of a cotton swab. The course of this procedure is 2-3 times a day for 30 days, well, or until you notice improvements. In a nose it is possible to dig in and natural oils, for example, oil of St. John's wort, ledum, sea-buckthorn.
The next old recipe for fighting polyps - in 50 ml of boiled water should be added one teaspoon of glycerin, 2 grams of mummy tablets, stir until completely dissolved mummy, use as a means for instillation into the nose.
These different folk methods of treating polyps of the nose can be very effective. They even recommend, when after the operation in the nose still appear polyps again and again.