“My cold seems to be stuck.” “I constantly have pressure in my forehead.” “I can hardly breathe through my nose.”
This or a similar experience is what people report with regard to their chronic sinusitis.
Thick mucus fills the air-filled paranasal sinuses and gets stuck there. In the morning hours sticky phlegm is secreted through the throat and the head seems to burst when the person goes downstairs. A dull pressure in the forehead or next to the nostrils appears, especially when the disease is chronic.
It doesn’t matter whether the cause is a cold or an allergic reaction such as house-dust allergy.
What is the Vedic medicine point of view on sinusitis?