Home Remedies for Allergies Part 2

Runny nose, itchy eyes, hay fever, mood swings, low blood pressure, asthma and congestion are some of the major symptoms. Moreover, with the change in temperature, falling prey to seasonal flu is also common. Hence it is important to recognise the triggers for your allergy problems. While there are numerous medicines that can help you treat seasonal allergies, resorting to natural home-made remedies can prove to be as effective without any side effects.

Here are some home remedies for allergies :

  • Eat spicy food, which can help clear sinuses. Turmeric can also act as a decongestant and reduce symptoms. Try chilli peppers, horse radish, wasabi, fresh garlic, dison mustard etc.
  • Though not scientifically proven, some people swear by eating local honey, which can help your body adapt to the allergens within your region. Consume teaspoon of raw, unprocessed honey 1-3 times a day.
  • Eat healthy foods loaded with antioxidants, which can be found in fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds, green tea etc. A weak immune system and a poor diet will only make your symptoms worse.
  • Wear a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses when you go outdoors.
  • Avoid the outdoor noon to mid afternoon hours as much as possible as pollen count is highest during that time.

Reference : https://img.wonderhowto.com/img/90/10/63531071927893/0/12-home-remedies-for-relieving-annoying-allergy-symptoms.w1456.jpg

12 Comments Add yours

  1. I agree, plus honey really works for me , am sure it can work for others as well😊
    Nice article by the way 😁

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    1. GS says:

      Honey has been anecdotally reported to lessen symptoms in people with seasonal allergies. But these results haven’t been consistently duplicated in clinical studies. The idea isn’t so far-fetched, though. Honey has been studied as a cough suppressant and may have anti-inflammatory effects.

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  2. Yes! Raw honeyis great. Love chili peppers and wasabi/horseradish.

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    1. GS says:

      When a person eats local honey, they are thought to be ingesting local pollen. Over time, a person may become less sensitive to this pollen. As a result, they may experience fewer seasonal allergy symptoms. It’s true that bees pollinate flowers and make honey.

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      1. Yes it does have to be local and raw 😃

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for the reblog

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      1. Always happy to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear!!! Have a great day!
        xoxox 😘💕🌹✨✨

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      2. GS says:

        🙂🙂

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  3. gpavants says:

    Hi Garima,

    These work. I do know peppers and spicy food do really help the immune system. Honey, too though I only take it once a day. The key is knowing the difference between allergies, colds, flu, and COVID.

    Merry Christmas,

    Gary

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    1. GS says:

      Yes Gary. Great suggestion. Specially these days. Merry Christmas

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