Catarrh is a mucus discharge, which may be thick or thin and can become infected. Catarrh is a symptom of something else going on within the body. If the catarrh is chronic it may be a symptom of an allergy
or if it is acute, it may be due to infection. The best way to get rid of catarrh is to understand its underlying cause. If the catarrh is caused by allergies
such as dust, pollen, mould, smoke or animal dander, eliminating the irritant and help clear the catarrh more quickly. Dairy intolerances can exacerbate the situation. By testing and treating these intolerances
therapy, relief may be found.