I had chronic sinus infections for years. It seemed like about a month would go by after a round of antibiotics, and my infection would be back. I finally went to a Chinese herbalist who flat out told me that I had a serious milk allergy, and that I should not drink milk, and only consume aged or fermented dairy foods, and only rarely. He also told me to go to my GP and get a six-week course of antibiotics to totally knock out the bacteria that had colonized my sinuses. He also gave me an herbal blend to take sublingually to help ease the inflammation in my sinuses. I did all of that, and I have been sinus infection free for a long time. Unfortunately, I believe that all the antibiotics I took over several years messed with the bacterial balance in my digestive system, which has never really been the same.
I feel your pain, a sinus headache every single day is no fun. Now, if I get one from regular allergies, I heat up a small rice hull filled heat pad that has been imbued with eucalyptus and place it over the sinus area, and that tends to help.
I have made it to onederland!
Last edited by Quixotica; 11-23-2013 at 09:49 PM.