Nasal Polyp

A polyp is an enlargement of the mucous membrane lining in the nose and the paranasal sinuses, typically resulting from prolonged inflammation of these areas.

Characteristics: Polyps often manifest as small grape-like growths deep within the nasal cavity, either individually or in clusters. They comprise inflammatory cells, fluid, and tissue.

Common Symptoms Include:

  1. Nasal blockage, leading individuals to breathe through their mouths.
  2. Runny nose and frequent sneezing.
  3. Decreased sense of smell and taste.

Homeopathic Approach:

In homeopathic treatment, the focus is on addressing the underlying cause of the condition, treating the illness at its core. Homeopathy emphasizes treating the patient holistically, considering the individual as a whole rather than merely targeting the disease.