4 HERBAL REMEDIES FOR ALLERGY SEASON

March 09, 2019

4 HERBAL REMEDIES FOR ALLERGY SEASON

It's finally SPRING! Sun's out, flowers bloom, everything is green and HAAAATCHUUU! Many suffer from allergy symptoms during spring and summer, such as sneezing, congestion, headache, post-nasal drip, itchy or sore throat and irritated eyes.

Here are natural remedies that can help nourish the body, to help lessen allergy symptoms and reactions!

Elder Flower tea will relieve throat and nasal symptoms! When you let it cool down, dab a cotton pad in elder tea and use as eye compresses for irritated eyes!

Local Honey! Our buzzzy bees make delicious honey from our herbs and flowers in our gardens! Our flower blossom honey is 100% organic, pure honey and has tremendous health benefits and helps with allergy symptoms. 

Recent studies show that dry Rosemary has powerful abilities to combat allergy symptoms and help fight allergy symptoms and may relieve asthma. Drink rosemary tea and add dry rosemary to your dishes. 

Nettle tea contains many vitamins (A, C, D, E, B complex and K) and minerals (calcium, magnesium, potassium, chromium, iodine, silica, silicon, selenium and sulphur). It builds the blood, reduces blood sugar levels, strengthens the adrenals and nourishes all body systems. It also helps lessen and relieve allergy symptoms, as it is a natural antihistamine. 

Using Turmeric, a yummy tasty indian spice with black pepper in your food seasoning boosts your immune system, may help fight inflammation, protects the heart in various ways, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and it may boost the brain. Add 1 teaspoon of turmeric and half teaspoon black pepper to accompany it for better digestion, to your favorite dishes! 

 




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