12:14 PM | 19-11-2020

Running nose even after taking antibiotics, any natural remedy?

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09:54 AM | 20-11-2020


With the natural lifestyle, any problem can be resolved. Running nose may be the result of some allergy like allergy from dust, smoke, coal, pollution, etc.This allergy that you are facing is possible to cure by just making some small changes in the lifestyle and habits.

Some habits to follow 

  • Put two drops of sesame oil in each nostril every morning. 
  • Practice anulom-vilom pranayam regularly. It will make the nasal passage clearer. 
  • Practice jal neti daily in the morning. 


  • Some foods trigger allergic reactions that need to be avoided. So, avoid processed foods, packaged foods, spicy foods, deep-fried foods. 
  • Eat only plant-based natural foods. 
  • Include salads and sprouts in your diet. 
  • Have fresh and seasonal fruits and vegetables. 
  • Drink freshly prepared homemade fruit juices. 
  • Drink coconut water. 

Physical work 

  • Exercising daily is important to improve blood circulation in the whole body. 
  • Do 12 sets of suryanamaskar daily in the morning. 
  • Do plank for 5 mins. 
  • Take a short morning walk in a garden or in a place full of trees. 
  • Take morning sunrays regularly. 


Sleeping patterns and quality greatly determine our immunity. Cytokines are produced and released while we sleep which helps the body to fight against various infections. Hence, taking good quality sleep is very important. 

Sleep for at least 7-8hours daily. 

Sleep early at night and also wake up early in the morning. 

Thank you 

12:50 PM | 19-11-2020


We can completely understand what you are going through, here we need to understand that toxic overload in the body is the basic root cause of all diseases. Due to insufficient elimination of toxins (via kidneys, skin & lungs) the body gets clogged and the toxins cause inflammation of tissues. Cold is basically inflammation of the inner lining of the nose. When the toxic load within the body is too high, the body opens up the mucous membranes to drain out the toxins via the mucous. This is what we perceive as phlegm (which is actually mucus mixed with white blood cells, and any remnants of tissue destruction and other toxins) which makes its way out through discharge from the nose, eyes, ears. Cold and cough is an action initiated by the body in its attempt to throw out toxins and get back to balance.

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