Preceding unsigned comment added by ( talk ) 01:01, (UTC) Perhaps if/when there are randomised controlled trials to support the use of honey in sinusitis this topic can be revisited. Bacterial sinusitis requires treatment with antibiotics to avoid the rare but serious complications of infection of the orbit or infection of the brain and its surrounding tissues. As part of my review, I have revised the text to to enhance the clarity and flow of the article. However there are many known risks with every possible antibiotic for CRS and all are only partially successful whereas in this study (ex vivo) honey was 100 effective.
Non of these references of really ideal. The last sentence is a little out of place.
I hope these suggestions are useful to the writers and editors of this article. The manufacturers claim their nasal sprays are completely safe and can be used long term. Bacteria : In adults, 1 case in 10 is caused by bacteria Pollutants : Chemicals or irritants in the air can trigger a buildup of mucus Fungi : The sinuses either react to fungi in the air, as in allergic fungal sinusitis (AFS or they. Here also analysis some other reasons like: Diabetes, Smoking, Nose tumors etc. Surgery Structural issues, such as a deviated septum, may need surgery.