In cases of chronic sinusitis, it is recommended to chew a honeycomb full of honey 3-6 times a day. This will not only ease the breathing, but will also stop the infection in the nasal cavity.
Crystallized (granulated) honey with the size of a bean should be placed in the nostrils. The head should be tilted backwards. Some kind of discomfort is experienced when honey starts melting and flowing into the throat, but there is a positive healing effect. The procedure is to be repeated 2-3 times a day.
Dip a gauze strip into a warm, melted wax and place it on the forehead and the nose. Cover with nylon and a woolen hanky.
An inhalation with honey and propolis can also help ease your condition. Steam 3 teaspoons of peppermint with ½ cup of boiling water. Add 2 teaspoons of honey or some propolis cut into small pieces. Pour into a kettle and put a lid on. Insert a small funnel into the kettle spout. Regulate the hotplate so that the water would boil moderately. Keep inhaling the vapors for 15 minutes. Procedures should be done in the evening.
In case of purulent sinusitis, use a dropper to take some honey from the honeycomb cells and drip out 1-2 drops in both nostrils every 3-4 hours.