The symptoms of spring allergies usually cause itching in the nose, throat, mouth and eyes, the sneezing and runny nose or stuffy nose, which is why a person may completely lose power, and it can cause even the symptoms of asthma. Here’s how you can help yourself without the use of drugs factory.
During the spring, many of us struggle with seasonal allergies. Some have already begun to feel their symptoms, which over time can only get worse.
An allergy specialist from Western Michigan Dr. Vincent Dubravek recently said that the release of pollen from trees moved to the beginning of the summer because of weather conditions that delay spring temperature.
Symptoms usually cause itching in the nose, throat, mouth and eyes, the sneezing and runny nose or stuffy nose, which is why a person may completely lose power, and it can cause even the symptoms of asthma.
While you can consult your pharmacist and buy something from a number of drugs in the pharmacy, there are natural solutions that you can turn around to try to prevent or at least reduce the symptoms of allergies.
Local honey from your environment
Consuming local honey Fashioned with trees, flowers and other plants in your area can help you build a tolerance to the plant. A few tablespoons of honey a day can be a real trick to get rid of allergies.
This herb is commonly used to relieve itching brought about by many allergies (for example, the ivy) but you can also put tea bags of chamomile on eye (hold for 10 minutes) to reduce the itching in that area. And besides, you’ll have a delicious cup of tea.
Apple cider vinegar
This vinegar can prevent allergy before they blocking histamine and thus reducing inflammation, which is a common symptom of allergies. Consume this vinegar in the morning so you will not confuse it with water in the ratio 1:1 (you can drink up to three times a day) to prevent allergies. Do not drink fast, you will not burn your throat.
It has been found that the compound mimics the properties of an anti-histamine drugs of some allergy! By adding foods that are rich in quercetin in your diet can help to naturally block histamine associated with allergies, including the onion, garlic, apple and cayenne pepper.
As always, a natural approach can be equally, if not more effective and healthier than buying factory medicines. Trying out some of these natural products, this year’s allergy season may have minimal impact on you.
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