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Truthfully I cannot comment except to say that this is how I was taught, and have successfully helped so many people feel better with this method. The way I’ve described is actually quite easy after the first couple of times. I’m sure doing what you are doing is better than not applying castor oil at all, but I feel that the cloth is a good conductor of heat and allows the person to relax while this warm pack is allowing the oil to work it’s ‘magic’. Some people feel that the cloth ‘draws’ impurities/toxins from the body.
Hope that’s helpful. You need to make your own decisions here. Good wishes! Carol

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Dear T,
Sorry to hear about your son’s struggles. It sounds like you’re doing all the right things. For kids with chronic rhinitis and chronic cough, I am suspicious of reflux (GER/GERD) as a contributing factor. Take a look at the articles on this site for that topic. Regarding the precise amount of Manuka honey to use, it ends up being about a tablespoon for an 8-oz bottle of saline. Manuka honey may help reduce inflammation, studies have found that Manuka contains both a strong anti-microbial, and strong anti-inflammatory agents … worth a try.
Please let us know how it goes, and thanks for visiting.
RF

Virus anywhere in the upper respiratory tract can affect you sense of smell: the olfactory sensory nerves are very sensitive. Saline nasal rinses are unlikely the cause of “spreading virus from your ear to your olfactory area,” but I suppose it’s possible. I have occasionally seen patients (or in my own personal experience) where a sinus infection seems to spread to an ear infection. That MAY have been related to saline rinse moving through an infected area (nasal passages) into the throat (where Eustachian tubes travel to the middle ear), but again: that ‘spread’ of infection may have occurred even if saline rinses were not being done.

I am having problems with a rotten egg/meat smell. Started 6 months ago around time I had an abscess in upper tooth from failed root canal. Got tooth removed & thought problem would resolve but it didn’t. The smell comes from mouth & nose but way more often from my nose when breathing-and the smell fills up an entire room at home & work & everyone can smell it, so embarrassing! I’ve been back to dentist to confirm all was removed, been to doctor, and 2 different ENT doctors….I’ve been treated for Thrush (just incase), Silent Reflux (until esophogram confirmed no reflux is present), been given 30 days of Augmentin & I also added oil of oregano as part of my treatment to try. The only thing that gives temporary relief seems to be the Augmentin. Problem is after finishing it a couple days later problem slowly returns. Along with the smell I have a thin white coating on tongue & feeling of bad tasting thick post nasal drip-but it’s clear in color. For the last couple weeks the smell seems to be worse when I’m outdoors & especially if it’s hot/humid out. Adenoids is my next guess?? Any ideas on what this could be would really be helpful!!

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Virus anywhere in the upper respiratory tract can affect you sense of smell: the olfactory sensory nerves are very sensitive. Saline nasal rinses are unlikely the cause of “spreading virus from your ear to your olfactory area,” but I suppose it’s possible. I have occasionally seen patients (or in my own personal experience) where a sinus infection seems to spread to an ear infection. That MAY have been related to saline rinse moving through an infected area (nasal passages) into the throat (where Eustachian tubes travel to the middle ear), but again: that ‘spread’ of infection may have occurred even if saline rinses were not being done.

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