Nasal polyp

A nasal polyp is an overgrowth of the tissue of the nasal mucous membrane dur to inflammation. Nasal polyps are benign, occur in the form of droplets or sitting on a wide base in the nasal cavity and/or maxillary sinuses.

The disease is characterized by a mechanical blocking of breathing through the nose, and occasional limitation of the sense of smell due to the blockage.

Colorless mucous or purulent nasal discharge occurs, with discharge dripping down to the pharynx. Coughing  and hysteric globus are common.


A typical accompanying feature is nasality in speaking. Nasal polyps are often accompanied by headaches. In children still undergoing growth, a widening of the nasal base occurs. Due to the blocking of the natural orifices of the accessory sinuses, chronic maxillary sinusitis often develops.



Polyps developing as a result of allergy (late type) are common. Simple chronic rhinitis and/or maxillary sinusitis or the inflammation of ethmoid cells can also provide the grounds for its development. Large polyps in the nasopharynx often hang over from the maxillary sinuses.

The development of nasal polyps is greatly affected by the acidifiction of the body. As the body attempts to dispose of toxins produced in the acidification, as a pathologic reaction, a swelling of the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity and the accessory cavities occurs. The acidification of the body plays a vital role in the development of allergies and nasal polyps as well.




Examination with the speculum provides a typical picture. Nasal polyps occur individually or in groups. A nasal polyp is an overgrowth of tissue which is glassy and transparent, has a smooth surface, is white or yellow in color, and moveable by a probe.

Nasal polyps occur most often in the central nasal passage and the nasopharynx.




An exact diagnosis requires endoscopy and a CT scan. Images from these show a dense covering of the soft areas of the sinuses, indicating the presence of polyps.

A nasal polyp has to be differentiated from bleeding nasal polyps, tumors in the nasal cavity, as well as brain tumors spreading over to the nose.





The first step of the treatment is the elimination of the causal factor (allergy or inflammation). If medicated treatment is not effective, surgical removal is recommended.

In some cases localized or systemic steroid treatment can be recommended.

After-treatment is important to avoid the recurrence of the polyp, the chances of which are especially high in the case of allergic origin.

In addition to nasal cavity, polyps often occur in the maxillary sinuses as well, which necessitates the endoscopic and CT examination of the accessory cavities in cases of the occurrence of nasal polyps.



In addition to direct treatment, prevention is of utmost importance.

Prevention can be most successful if we do not allow our bodies to acidify, thereby preventing the development of pathological processes.

Prevention and the treatment of developed polyps are greatly aided by the detoxification and alkalization of the body as well as by a precise composition of the diet.

We recommend supplements which use natural substances to supplement missing alkaline intake and bind superfluous acids.

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It has an energizing effect and helps the oxygen intake of blood from water. It is a strong oxygen catalyst and helps the optimal functioning of body cells. It alkalinizes the body and reduces acid levels.

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