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International Journal of Bioscience and Biochemistry

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part B (2024)

Hymorite and treatment with natural remedies

Author(s):

Ismailova Zamina Jabbar and Bakshaliyeva Arzu Khanali

Abstract:

Hymorite is the most common form among other inflammatory lesions of the sinuses. In many cases, the secretions formed as a result of inflammation thicken and become difficult to flow, and due to the obstruction of the nasal passages, they cannot be removed at all. Thus, it causes inflammation of the optic nerve and trigeminal nerve. Since the causes of sinusitis are different, their treatment is also different. For years, the treatment of hymorite has been carried out with natural methods. Essential oils, phytoncides, flavonoids, and enzymes obtained from plants accelerate the healing of inflammation in the nasal passages and the space around the nose. Ginger, mint, eucalyptus, white pine, garlic, tickling, etc. the treatment with the help of effective substances obtained from plants has a more effective effect. Essential oils and phytoncides contained in plants have an antiseptic and bactericidal effect, destroying the microbes that cause sinusitis. Essential oils are mostly used in the form of inhalation. Treatment with natural remedies is also taken internally. Among the plants containing biogenic stimulants, aloe and kalanchoe remove the inflammatory process in sinusitis from the body and clean the sinus cavity. The method of treatment with natural means not only cures sinusitis, but also strengthens the body's resistance to other diseases. Medicinal preparations obtained from the active ingredients of plants have a faster effect compared to them.

Pages: 108-110  |  81 Views  28 Downloads


International Journal of Bioscience and Biochemistry
How to cite this article:
Ismailova Zamina Jabbar and Bakshaliyeva Arzu Khanali. Hymorite and treatment with natural remedies. Int. J. Biosci. Biochem. 2024;6(1):108-110. DOI: 10.33545/26646536.2024.v6.i1b.70
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