My Natural Nasal Decongestant

December 30th, 2008 by Robert

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  1. Ken says:

    I’d like to try this – what is the recipe you use? How much of the ginger, lime juice, salt, and coconut flakes? Thanks.

  2. Robert says:

    If you use ginger root, just cut a couple skinny (cracker thickness) slices, squirt some lime juice on it, and sprinkle a bit of salt – however much you want. Then eat the ginger slices like crackers. You can put half a spoonful of coconut flakes on the slices like you would cheese on a cracker. I actually use small bits of coconut creme, but coconut flakes would give the same effect. With the ginger paste, I use about a spoonful of the paste mixed with about half that much lime juice and a “pinch” of salt.

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  5. Moochi says:

    cute fam

  6. stephanie says:

    Thank you for sharing, this was most helpful. I suffer from Borderline personality disorder (BPD) and am aware that I should stay away from stimulates this includes some medications like sudafed, which can cause relapses in my condition. I have a bit of a cold coming on and my sinuses are playing up, so I tried your natural nasal decongestant, and found that it started to work right away for me. It was the first time I had used ginger… WoW! It was a bit of a shock to my system and a little hard to handle but the second slice was done using the coconut which took the edge off. My sinuses feel much better already, I have also made drink form using a similar mix, of hot water, ginger, lime juice, coconut flakes and honey. Hopefully this clears my cold up.

  7. Robert says:

    Yes straight ginger is a bit of a shock, but sometimes that’s what we need. 🙂

    Thanks for posting your good feeling story, I hope you continue to feel better using your homemade tea.

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  10. perla says:

    Fighting with seasonal sinus congestion.Will lemon work the same?

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