Almost all people have experienced the disease of tonsil infections once in their life. It is a disease that easily catches many people because it is easily spread if you share common premises with affected people.
Of course, young children are most quickly affected until the age of 13-15, when this disease begins to pass after the body gains immunity. It may recur sometimes after that during life, but it does not become chronic. It is an inherited disease, if one of the parents has passed it, it is also passed on to the children
Infections of the tonsils cause fever and fatigue and tearing, difficulty breathing and passing food. The infection can go to the bones and create many more problems in adulthood as it can cause arthritis, severe bone pain, extreme sensitivity to cold in winter, etc.
But if the right steps are taken to stop these consequences then they pass without disturbing problems, and this does not include the removal of tonsils.
The first cause is heredity, this type of disease is passed from generation to generation, and it makes individuals who have this ‘weakness’ in their genes to this disease, weaker to the agents of the surrounding environment and to the change in temperatures, especially in old age new.
Tonsil infections are also caused by various viruses and bacteria that circulate in the air, or that are obtained through food and the surrounding environment. The child can get the infection in kindergarten, school or public places and thus can go home, if he will use the same cups or spoons with other members; those with weakened immunity are more likely to be affected by the infection.
To distinguish if your child has an infection in the tonsils, observe the color of the throat, if the area of the tonsils is red, then the inflammation has just started. If white circular areas are visible, they are foci of infection and indicate that the infection is more advanced and more difficult to treat.
In these cases it is accompanied by high temperature. Infections in the tonsils first cause burning of the throat, fever, then loss of appetite, headache and swelling of the lymph nodes in the neck and problems with passing food.
Bacteria such as Staphylococcus or Streptococcus are very dangerous as these two can also pass into the bones, or cause an infection in the kidneys. Therefore, if you have done the sowing and found that you have Staphylococcus or Streptococcus, especially in children, urgent measures should be taken to cure the disease.
If a child has a fever for a long time, the infection can spread to the bones. Infection in the tonsils can also be caused by viruses such as influenza, and it is stimulated by mold in the mouth or in the intestines, as it makes the environment easier for various diseases to develop.
To prevent tonsil infections, you must be careful with general hygiene. Wash hands, face often before eating, after sneezing or coughing. Children should wash their hands as soon as they come from kindergarten, school, and clothes used in public places should be left in an environment away from the bedroom.
Thus, no type of microbe or bacteria will pass to the child or family members. Use alcoholic disinfectants in public places and consume foods containing vitamin C which increase immunity, such as oranges, kiwi, etc. Also consume foods with antioxidants such as pomegranate.
Using these alternative methods is like having tonsil surgery, but without removing them! Some steps are described below, you can choose some of them that are more suitable for your child’s type, as not every method described can be tolerated by every child. But every method described is 100% effective in removing the infection.
How to treat tonsils:
Lightly coat the almonds with baking soda, honey and garlic mixed together from the inside. We smear the neck with well-pressed garlic. This helps soothe swollen glands.
Drink 3 times a day a cup of coffee/tea with the following mixture, adding 4-5 drops of bee propolis to each cup of tea for up to 5 years old, while for adults 10 drops of propolis.