Having dry sinuses? Do not panic, we've all been there. A Dry nose is a common complaint that is usually easy to treat so why spend a lot of money in pills or pharmaceutical treatment when you can get rid of your dry nose right at home!
We get it, having an irritated, painful, and dehydrated nose is annoying to say the least, but before we get to our home remedy, you need to understand how you got to where you are. Dry sinuses occur when the mucous membranes in your sinuses lack proper moisture. This can lead to dry nasal passages, discomfort, nosebleeds, and similar unpleasant symptoms.
All you'll be needing for this super simple yet powerful remedy is sesame oil and that's it.
Why it works you ask? The vitamin E content of sesame oil is higher than that of most other oils. It is a great moisturizer for dry skin.
Believe it or not, sesame oil does a lot more than adding an extra dose of flavor to your food. Sesame oil has antioxidants, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is commonly used in beauty treatments for the skin because it is an excellent moisturizer, promotes regeneration of healthy skin, has anti-aging properties, and is considered to be a natural SPF. It is also used extensively as a massaging oil because of its warming property and its ability to seep deep into the skin.
Applying sesame oil to the inside of your nostrils can help relive pain and irritation caused by dryness.
If that is not enough for you, studies have shown that pure sesame oil spray was significantly more effective than saline for treating nasal dryness. So next time you have a dry nose, consider using sesame oil as treatment; it is a natural, drug-free option.
You can repeat this easy yet effective home remedy two times a day.
Tilt your head backward and pour a drop of sesame oil in each nostril.
Inhale deeply so that the oil reaches the internal nasal passages.