The sinuses are cavities in the bones around the nose, the cheeks, and the eyes.These cavities are lined with membranes that produce mucus, and when the sinuses are functioning normally, this mucus serves a protective purpose.


  • Fatigue
  • Toothache
  • Clogged nasal passages
  • Thick, greenish-yellow nasal discharge
  • Diminished sense of smell or taste Fever( more often in acute cases; rarely in chronic )

Root Causes

  • A diet that's high in mucus-forming foods
  • A respiratory infection
  • A dental infection
  • Systemic candidiasis
  • An immune system reaction to a fungal infection in the sinuses cavity

Food to avoid

People who suffer from chronic sinusitis must banish all mucus _ forming foods from their diet.


During an acute infection, eat lightly. In addition to 1 glass of clean water every two waking hours, drink plenty of herbal teas, vegetable juices, and broths.