Catarrh is the medical term for a build up of mucus in the back of the nose, throat or sinuses. Physicians also refer to it as a ‘postnasal drip’. If your signs include an accumulation of mucus and a nose that is constantly stuffy, you might have catarrh.
Catarrh is an irritation of your airways’ mucous membranes, usually affecting the back of your nose, mouth, or sinuses. It can be very frustrating and difficult to get rid of, but the good news is that it is not considered severe and there are a range of treatments available for treatment.
Mild hearing loss or a crackling sensation in the middle ear
Firstly use the bowl method of steam inhalation: blend the following essential oils together and use 3–4 drops in a bowl of hot water and inhale the steam for at least 10 minutes. Keep your eyes tightly closed.