deep pocket tonsilsI am glad to find this website. For many years, I did not know what caused those little white patches on my tonsils. I am 55 and now know that I have deep pocket tonsils, which catch bits of food (mainly starches like potoato,rice, etc.) I tried a water pik but had bleeding so my Dr, gave me a large syringe (to control the flow of water) and it worked beautifully. I don't want to have a tonsillectomy, although it has been recommended by a specialist. I'm afraid at my age. I am checking on a procedure called radioblation, which uses radio waves to shrink the tonsils.
Abbey on 2005-06-17
The water from the syringe is good but it will only take out the matter that is already out of the tonsil fossa. You can attempt to clear them more fully by inserting your washed finger over the tonsil and pressing each gently when you will notice that more matter which is very smelly is squeezed out.
You can also help to reduce the formation of this goo by massaging your tonsils from the outside just below your jawbone as this will increase the blood supply and thereby help the tonsils to discharge without storing the stuff inside.
You can also use Belladonna 6c in the wet dose method detailed below. This should not be used daily but I believe that it can help to stop the formation of this bacterial matter if used for 2 weeks.
Get a 500ml bottle of spring water
Pour out 100ml
Put 1 drop or 3 pellets of Belladonna 6c into the bottle
Bang the bottle on a cushion and watch for the water to fizzle like when you open a bottle of soda.
This succussion should be done 4 times every time before you sip just 1 teaspoonful daily.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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