Natural remedies for seasonal allergies

More and more people in the world suffer from seasonal allergies, and doctors are looking for more and more remedies for this scourge. People with allergies need to take antihistamines to relieve symptoms. Some of them have many side effects such as headaches, drowsiness, and lethargy. But you can try to fight allergy symptoms with safe and natural remedies.


Honey (if you are not allergic to it) And honey that was collected in the same area (region) in which you live will be useful. This honey contains microscopic pollen spores that bees collect from plants growing in the same area (which usually cause allergic reactions). These tiny amounts of the allergen enter the body and "recognize" the immune system. As a result, after a while, a normal immune response is formed. Start taking honey to combat allergies with a minimal amount, about half a teaspoon per day, gradually increasing the amount of the natural medicine to 3 teaspoons per day.

Nettle Stinging grass is capable of suppressing and delaying the synthesis of histamine in the body, so it may well make life easier during seasonal allergies. At the pharmacy, you can buy nettle, take it twice a day. Pour 2 tablespoons of nettle with a glass of hot water, let it brew for 15 minutes and strain. The natural remedy is ready.



This natural plant substance, which belongs to bioflavonoids, helps prevent the release of histamine by mast cells. Quercetin is found in apples, onions, and lettuce. To help your body deal with the unpleasant symptoms of seasonal allergies, be sure to include these foods in your diet. During the period of exacerbation of allergic reactions, it would be better to take concentrated quercetin, which can be bought at the pharmacy.


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