From 15 December to 16 January 2017.
SI-W is much relied upon and appreciated formula for sinus problems. Nasal congestion is caused by inflammation or local irritation, which causes a narrowing of the breathing passages through the nose. Usually, viral or bacterial origin (cold or flu), but, it can often be chronic and allergic.

Some causes :
– Pets, dust mites.
– Pollens, fungi.
– Chemical polluants, detergents, soaps, scented candles.
– Some foods (dairy products, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, oats, bananas, cucumbers, cantaloupe, honeydew melon etc.).

Some symptoms :

– Pain in the face.
– Sensitivity and swelling around the eyes and the cheeks, nose and forehead.
– Sinus pressure and congestion.
– Difficulty breathing through the nose.
– Loss of sense of taste and smell.
– Headaches.
– Tooth pain.
– Severe fatigue.
– Bad breath.
– Sore throat, caused by nasal drip.
– Yellowish or greenish mucus produced by the nose.
– Runny nose, sniffling, sneezing, hoarseness etc.

This is the much relied upon and appreciated formula for sinus congestion; it prevents sinus attacks, rapidly opens breathing passages and restores breathing. SI.-W liquefies and drains sinus passages. It combines the qualities of a cooling, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory detergent team for relief of sinus anguish. This combination is also very effective to correct earache, ear infections and hearing problems. Each night, swab the ear canals with Vitamin E from 100 i.u. capsules to prevent irritation, then insert a cotton ball soaked with SI.-W into each ear canal.


Bayberry (see Glossary), Goldenseal (see Glossary), Wood Betony (see Glossary), Gentian (see Glossary), Chickweed (see Documentation), Oregon Grape (see Glossary).



Side effects



10 to 40 drops, three times per day.

Note: For information as well as contraindications or adverse reactions, if applicable, on each single herb contained in this combination, refer to single product sheets.

References: HOWARD, Dr. A. B., Herbal Extracts Supplement, First Edition, The Blue Goose Press, Michigan, 1985.