Sinus problems - Fungal Balls

24 Jul 2014 3:01 PMLicensee Person Sinus problems - Fungal Balls

Fugal Balls


Its coming into that time of year when the August winds pick up and and sinus and hayfever become a problem. There are many ways to address such problems one is to live in a giant bubble away from it all - however we know this isnt possible.


Naturopathically there are many options in treatment approaches from liquid herbs, tablets, powders and even sprays. We have a new nasospray product, don't be put off with yet another nasal spray. Nasoclear has a variety of use

  • Clears sinus and nasal passages rapidly.
  • Relieves congestion associated with sinusitis, rhinitis and colds
  • Immediate delivery of anti-bacterial and decongestant essential oils.

Nasoclear contains saline, eucalyptus, peppermint, thyme and lavender oil, and xylitol.

Saline may assist in the relief of congestion associated with sinusitis, rhinitis and colds by clearing the nasal passages of mucus. Flushing of the nasal cavities with saline may also help to inhibit the localised growth of bacterial organisms.

Eucalyptus, lavender and peppermint essential oils have anti-bacterial properties and decongestant action. They have been traditionally used for sinusitis and contain constituents to reduce swelling of the mucus membranes, enhance immune function and improve breathing. Xylitol, when applied nasally, may also enhance the innate anti-bacterial defence system.

With the use of natural therapies you can get though windy august and ready for spring with little sinus and hayfever.


You may also be interested in an Allergy test which tests 160 items. Your results are know immediately and it is pain free. Acupuncture is also a great way to alleviate symptoms .

Dietary approaches are a must. Dairy is a food group that contributes towards mucous production so it something that should be limited.

If you would like an Allergy test, naturopathic consult of further information plea

se dont hesitate to call or drop me an email to make an appointment.


Cassandra Turner