Sinus-Tooth-Eye Infections

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The Alternating Hot/Cold Soak Method for Sinus-Tooth-Eye Infections

The most effective technique that I know of for sinus-tooth-eye infections is the hot/cold alternating soak.  This one is an easy, effective, cheap treatment that you can do at home.

It helps for allergies, bacterial, fungal or viral infections, abscesses, ear infections and anything else associated with the head where many prescription drugs fail to penetrate quickly.

1) Step One: Take two pans of water large enough to put your feet into. One should be filled with very hot but not scorching water and the other pan with cold water (add some ice cubes to this one.) Add a clean washcloth to each pan.

2) Step Two: Take the hot washcloth, squeeze the water out, and put it on your face for three minutes. At the same time, have your feet in the cold water.

3) Step Three: Now, switch, and put the cold washcloth over your face for three minutes and your feet in the hot water bath for that same time.

4) Step Four: Repeat the process for three full cycles. Do this 1-2 times/day for four days and I think you will be well on your way to recovery.

The purpose of the hot/cold alternating soak treatments is to flush the circulation from one end of your body to the other which moves and dislodges stagnated chi or energy.

Many of the cancer clinics in Mexico use a modification of this technique where you take a shower with hot/cold water. For that technique use 15 seconds as hot as you can take it then 15 seconds as cold as you can take it.

Oh, and another thing. My clients who use a Neti Pot absolutely swear by it for chronic sinus troubles. It really sounds gross putting saline water up your nose, but here’s a great video on YouTube that shows you how to do it. Good luck!

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Film clip on how to use a neti pot