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Home Remedy For Allergies, Sinusitis

Updated on February 19, 2012

Coughing, Sneezing, Stuffy Nose Home Remedy

Vinegar has been known for years for being used in the home for more than cooking. With it's disinfecting properties it widely used in Restaurants to clean. So why not disinfect the air in your home? If you suffer from Allergies, Sinusitis, Asthma Vinegar can be used to disinfect the air leaving a clean smell while opening up your sinus's for stuffy nose relief. Leaving your sinuses open and breathing easier.

Simmering water and vinegar on your stove, fireplace, wood heater, or kerosene Heaterwill remove the smell of burning wood, kerosene, or any odors in your home that are harmful in inhaled for long periods of time. This works good in the winter time when the air in your home becomes dry due to heating. The moisture keeps your sinus's clearer, dry air along with allergies causes most sinus problems. The vinegar also kills the allergens in the air of your home. If used on a regular basis, allergy symptoms will dramatically decrease. The moisture from the steam will keep your skin from getting as dry, keeps the dust from flying throughtout your home and adding Vinegar disinfects with no harmful toxins.

Disinfecting your home is a must, especially during the flu seaon. Cough and colds are ramant. Purchasing spray disinfectiants are costly, unhealthy and unneccassary. No matter how hard you try you will never disinfect your whole home with a can. The air smells great for a while then it is gone and you are left with returning odors, pollen and dust flying around and wasted money.

You can also disinfect your counter tops, tables, bathrooms, doorknobs when cleaning using vinegar mixed with water. The amount of vinegar you use is 1/4 vinegar and 3/4 water. No matter how large or small a container, this is the recommended recipe to use. Brown Vinegar is recommended and apple cider vinegar leaves a nice scent.


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      fortunerep 6 years ago from North Carolina

      hi beanrider, have some steaming now!!! thanks or dropping by

      dori

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      Boo McCourt 6 years ago from Washington MI

      Nicely written. I always have a kettle of water and vinegar on the stove in the winter months, mostly for my sinusitis, which get pretty bad. But the vinegar helps greatly. Knowledgeable hub!

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      kiran8 7 years ago from Mangalore, India

      Nice and useful hub - a few drops of vinegar added to the water in which eggs are boiling prevents eggs from breaking...

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      fortunerep 7 years ago from North Carolina

      Granny's House, thanks for your comment and I hope that it does help, vinegar and blking soda i just don't think i could live without!!!!

      dori

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      Granny's House 7 years ago from Older and Hopefully Wiser Time

      Great information. I never knew you could use it for alleries which I suffer from. Thanks a lot

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      loveofnight 7 years ago from Baltimore, Maryland

      i am a vinegar fan for years and use it to clear the air in the house but i didn't consider the impact that it would have on allergies....good info....thx 4 share

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      fortunerep 7 years ago from North Carolina

      Candie V

      Vingear has antibacterial and antifungal properties, thanks for that i need to add to the hub, thanks for stopping by,

      dori

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      fortunerep 7 years ago from North Carolina

      Veronica,

      i am so far behind in this hubmob, hopefully i can catch up

      it ihas been a troubling time but i am back, for good! Thanks and i have mised you too , need to catch up!

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      Candie V 7 years ago from Whereever there's wolves!! And Bikers!! Cummon Flash, We need an adventure!

      Interesting hub, I've heard of this, but I was wondering a couple of things, is it antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral? What are the properties in the vinegar that make it beneficial? Thank you FortuneRep!!

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      Veronica Allen 7 years ago from Georgia

      I love the versatility of vinegar. I can attest to its effectiveness. Thanks for such a great hub - It's good to hear from you again fortunerep.