Chronic tonsillitis results in a succession of painful and embarrassing episodes that are difficult to stop.
Sore throat, difficulty swallowing, difficulty eating, even speaking, and feeling of suffocation, you know the picture.
We often hear about tonsil removal, but this solution is not unanimous because these small organs are part of our immune system.
The only thing is, you’ve tried everything to cure it and nothing is working.
Your physician seems just as helpless as you in the face of this recurring problem and does not help you find a solution.
Is there a natural treatment for chronic tonsillitis that can relieve these unpleasant symptoms?
We will try to see more clearly.
What is chronic tonsillitis?
Chronic tonsillitis is actually a complication of acute tonsillitis.
A micro-abscess then forms surrounded by fibrous tissue and lodged in the tonsil.
Chronic tonsillitis usually affects children, but it can also affect adults.
The different types of tonsillitis
There are three categories of chronic tonsillitis:
- follicular tonsillitis which is almost identical to acute tonsillitis.
You have swelling and enlargement of the tonsil due to the infection.
There are small yellowish dots because the crypts are filled with pus.
- parenchymal tonsillitis has chronic enlarged tonsils, so much so that they interfere with speech and swallowing.
It is therefore very difficult to speak and eat normally.
- fibroid tonsillitis presents with small tonsils that are diminished by multiple infections.
It is therefore fibrosis of the tonsil.
Symptoms of chronic tonsillitis
Dilated tonsils lead to a recurrent sore throat.
Chronic throat irritation leads to a hoarse voice, sometimes even inability to speak, difficulty swallowing, and a feeling of suffocation especially at night.
To treat this condition, it is necessary to first implement a treatment aimed at reducing the acute phase.
But the only way to permanently get rid of chronic tonsillitis is tonsillectomy or removal of tonsils when infections are recurrent or when the size of the tonsils interferes with expression or swallowing.
This method, however, is increasingly controversial as the tonsils are known to play a major defensive role against bacteria and viruses.
Complications of tonsillitis
Chronic tonsillitis results in a long-lasting infection that can spread outside the tonsil.
This is then a peri-tonsillar abscess which can spread to the pharynx and cause a parapharyngeal abscess or deep neck abscess.
An abscess can also form in the tonsil, this is called an intra-tonsillar abscess, and presents with calcification of pus that triggers tonsillitis.
Chronic caseous tonsillitis
Chronic infections and inflammation of the tonsils most often cause caseous tonsillitis, which is small white dots lodging in the tonsillar crypts which are in fact calcified debris.
In some cases, these tonsil stones become quite large and trigger pain.
But more often, they remain reasonably sized and can be handled naturally.
Natural cures for tonsillitis
Pour a teaspoon of salt into a glass of warm water, stir and gargle every half hour over a full day to counter the infection and reduce tonsil swelling.
Saltwater rids the mouth of toxins while disinfecting the area and rebalancing the PH lowered by inflammation.
It is good to always have colloidal silver on hand because it is an excellent broad-spectrum antibiotic, which is also natural.
Drop a teaspoon of 10 ppm colloidal silver (#ad) under the tongue.
Hold it in your mouth for 30 seconds then swallow it.
Repeat 3 times a day for 10 days.
The most effective preventative treatment is to make sure your diet is rich in probiotics.
A one-time course of a probiotic supplement is however recommended to provide the body with beneficial bacteria that will help you fight off harmful bacteria.
Choose an acidophilus probiotic supplement (#ad) for maximum effect.
Supplements for tonsillitis
There is nothing surprising in advocating vitamin C to strengthen the immune system in case of infection.
Nevertheless, choose a natural vitamin C preferably containing flavonoids or rosehip.
An ester-C like this is then the most suitable.
With the same aim of strengthening the immune system, it may be interesting to introduce an Echinacea tincture (#ad).
Even if tonsillitis is still present, this perennial plant will act with its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Thus, it does not only focus on immunity but actively participates in the fight against infection.
It is very wise to combine it with vitamin C for a long enough period to avoid recurrences when tonsillitis is contained.
A brief cure for vitamin A or retinol (#ad) over 5 days at 10000IU per day can be very beneficial.
Indeed, this fat-soluble vitamin has the particularity of helping to maintain the mucous membranes while also helping the immune system.
It will therefore directly treat the tonsils to clean them up very quickly.
After this flash cure of vitamin A, it is advisable to continue with a cure of natural vitamin E (#ad) in capsules at a rate of 400IU per day.
This vitamin has the particularity of protecting against chronic diseases while strengthening the immune system.
It, therefore, helps to resolve chronic tonsillitis while providing protection against recurrence.
How to treat tonsillitis naturally?
Chronic tonsillitis is a difficult problem to manage.
It causes embarrassing disorders that affect swallowing and expression while generating sore throats.
This recurring infection should alert you, especially if the attack is due to streptococci.
It is not without effects and can trigger osteoarthritis problems, heart damage, or dermatological problems.
Select some natural remedies to try to overcome it at last.
It is also possible that a simple cure of vitamins manages to stop it as our daily intakes are insufficient in this modern world.
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