Dr. Breda, that is.
I have a prescription for those suffering with sinusitis. (you who live near the Great Lakes know what I'm talking about...every time the weather changes, it feels as if someone has poured throbbing semi-solid lead in the hollow spaces of your cranium, right?)
Grab a prepared package of fresh sushi from your grocery store. Go home, boil some water, make a cup of cinnamon tea. (buy that at the store too if you don't have the world's largest collection of tea, like I do) While tea is steeping, eat the sushi. Make sure to dissolve ALL of the wasabi in the soy sauce so that it looks cloudy & opaque. Thoroughly saturate the sushi in this mixture, top it with a piece of pickled ginger, put it in your mouth and chew slowly. At this point, your eyes might water and you might feel as if your nasal cavities have been set on fire and the back of your head is going to blow off. Do not be alarmed as this is the desired effect.
Drink the tea you have made - by this time, it should be pretty spicy. It's also not a bad idea to take 2 ibuprofen if your sinuses are so sore that it feels as if your eyeball might explode.
Keep the Kleenex handy & please...don't call me in the morning, I tend to be cranky before I'm sufficiently caffeinated.