About the relationship between sinus and endotoxins, I totally agree, and I think I will try to deal with it... 1) What says Buteyko when you reach a CP of 30? Some issues will come out, because the body will have the resources to deal with it. This includes yeast growth such as athelete foot, and teeth/gum/throat/sinus problems. Actually, topical chronic infections, and it is not about the intestine. I clearly had teeth problems and started to pay attention to my chronic little nose drip! I recovered from sinusitis by stopping dairies a few years ago, when I had access only to industrial dairies. I have no problem with the natural raw goat ones. 2) Very interesting to know that a metabolic problem results in a high sugar level, exactly what I have, as I am just over the max of the normal range. Strangely I also have hot flashes, suggesting low sugar... I have not tested to see if it makes some yoyo... 3) NASTURTIUM They taste like horse radish. And some people use them to treat flue/bronchitis. They extract some juice of it. It is also used in salads by those who know they are edible. For me the leaves are too strong but I like the flowers. Cooked leaves loose the flavor. I have tried to eat a mouthful of flowers and swallow the juice, and the effect on my back throat/nose, was soooooooooooooo strong! The vapors really go up there! 4) MORINGA Few people know this is a brassicales, thus a cousin of horseradish. Some sources give it as a replacement for horseradish, though others suggest that the root is the only toxic part of moringa. Anyway, the leaves are of good use and taste like ...radish. A lot of people use them dry, as a powder, and they seem to be full of nutrients, but the strong "gas in the nose" is lost. -> I am almost sure that they have the same properties as horseradish, if you find them raw. I guess the flavor that heat destroys is based on sulfur. Anyone who finds more about the similar chemistry of those 3 plants is welcome to share! As I have nasturtium and moringa in the garden, I will make the big effort to try them, and will comment. I do not like radish except with a lot of butter... and I rarely eat some of those 2 plants, as they hurt my nose. -> I guess this is because the bacterias thriving on my high sugar, and living for free in the warm caves of my face, do not want me to take it! I like the taste, but it burns in the back of my nose. How do you react to this sort of product? Don't you think that if you eat it with cream, horseradish will not be as useful? Because it will not be strong in the nose, but rather go to the stomach, where it will not be so useful.