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10 Natural Recipes Treat Allergies Using Turmeric

Updated on March 21, 2018
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Gourmala Mhammed, Master of Behavioral Patterns. Researcher and blogger on Nutrition, Fitness and Healthy Lifestyle & Women life.

Allergy

When defining allergies, they are a type of hypersensitivity that occurs as a result of immune system reactions. As a result of the excessive activity of white blood cells and thus lead to different forms of allergies and infections. Allergy is the result of chest congestion, which occurs mostly in summer, spring and autumn.

People are allergic to exposure to a variety of different factors. Allergy may be caused by eating a variety of foods, medicines, insect bites, other seasonal allergens such as herbs and smoke. It is the main cause of excessive histamine release in the bloodstream. If you suffer from allergies, you will have a variety of symptoms such as rash, difficulty breathing, sneezing, runny nose, itching of the eye, laryngitis ... etc.

Do not try to ignore allergies and not treat them because they may lead to severe cases such as allergies. In this case, you will have trouble swallowing, shortness of breath, loss of consciousness, dizziness ... etc.

Not to worry, there are a variety of home remedies and simple tips to help you treat allergies. Turmeric is one of the main treatments and we will show you in this article everything about its use in the treatment of allergy.

Health benefits of turmeric
Health benefits of turmeric

Turmeric

One of the spices belonging to the ginger family. It is widely used in Asian cuisine. It is also a natural dietary supplement that helps in treating many beauty and health problems including allergies. It is a yellow spice that comes in many herbal remedies. Eliminates seasonal allergies, especially the sensitivity of the spring.

Turmeric benefits in the treatment of allergies

Turmeric contains the curcumin, which is used to relieve congestion. And this helps to reduce the sensitivity and get rid of symptoms.

Turmeric acts as an anti-histamine and thus reduces the symptoms of allergies.

In order to obtain positive results, it is preferable to use Turmeric regularly.

Turmeric acts as an anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-bacterial properties that help treat allergy and other health problems.

You can mix turmeric with other herbs such as liquorice and strengthen the immune system.

Acts as a natural inhibitor of leukotriene. Thus treating various allergic problems such as asthma and other lung problems.

10 Recipes Treat allergies using turmeric

If you want to use turmeric in the prevention of allergies, here are a range of excellent ways to treat allergies and also you can incorporate turmeric into your daily diet.

1 - Turmeric powder:

Turmeric Powder
Turmeric Powder

Steps:

Take enough turmeric powder and add it to foods during cooking.

You can add it to milk, curry, potatoes, rice, salads.

Add turmeric to your diet plan to completely eliminate allergies and enhance the health of your immune system.

2 - Turmeric milk:

Turmeric Milk
Turmeric Milk

You can use turmeric to treat allergy.

Ingredients :

1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder.

1 cup boiled milk.

black pepper.

Honey.

Steps:

Add turmeric powder to boiling milk.

Then add black pepper powder and honey.

Work on stirring ingredients together until turmeric mixed with milk.

You can take turmeric milk on the stomach to treat allergies.

To get positive results, take 2-3 times daily to avoid allergies.

3 - Turmeric juice with honey:

Turmeric contains anti-bacterial and inflammatory substances. Thus alleviating the symptoms of allergy and honey works to soothe allergy.

Ingredients :

1 teaspoon turmeric.

2 tablespoons honey.

Method:

Place turmeric juice in a small bowl.

Add raw honey and mix well to get rid of allergy.

You can regularly take this mixture to relieve allergy.

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4 - Turmeric with honey:

Turmeric and honey
Turmeric and honey

If you have excess mucus you can follow these steps to get rid of them:

Ingredients:

4 tablespoons turmeric dryer.

6 tablespoons honey.

Clean bowl.

Steps:

Prepare a small bowl and pour dried turmeric.

Then add honey and stir until you get a paste cohesive textures.

This mixture contains strong anti-inflammatory substances and helps to eliminate excess mucus and increase the health of the respiratory system.

You can consume a teaspoon of the mixture and store the remaining amount in a bowl until it is used again.

You can repeat this process at least three times a day.

5 - Turmeric paste:

Turmeric paste
Turmeric paste

When processing turmeric paste you will get the treatment of many diseases and aesthetic problems and health.

Ingredients :

1/2 cup turmeric powder.

1 cup water.

Container.

Steps:

Prepare a small frying pan and pour turmeric powder and water together.

Then put the pan on the stove and stir until you get a smooth paste.

Leave the pan to boil the mixture and then reduce the temperature until it is cooked.

You can store the turmeric paste in a sealed container and then keep it in the refrigerator.

6 - Turmeric Tea

Turmeric Tea
Turmeric Tea

1-2 teaspoons turmeric powder.

1-2 tablespoons honey.

1 cup warm water.

Method:

Take the warm water and add it to turmeric powder and stir well until the ingredients are mixed together.

Add honey and stir well.

You can take turmeric tea to relieve seasonal allergies.

7 - Turmeric with Honey and Lemon:

Turmeric and lemon
Turmeric and lemon

You can use this method specifically to treat the sensitivity of the sinuses to relieve the pain and discomfort caused by allergies.

Ingredients :

2 large pieces of turmeric roots.

1 lemon.

1 tablespoon honey.

Water.

Pepper.

Steps:

Grind the turmeric roots and then add fresh lemon juice.

Then add honey, water and flipping well to get a cohesive texture mixture.

When you take this mixture, you will be able to get a complete exemption from sinus allergies.

8 - Turmeric paste with sandalwood:

Turmeric and sandalwood
Turmeric and sandalwood

This method is used to treat facial swelling caused by allergies. Regular use helps to eliminate allergies caused by eating food or inhaling sensitive substances.

Ingredients :

Turmeric powder.

Sandalwood.

Water is lukewarm.

Method:

Take medium amounts of sandalwood and turmeric powder in a small bowl.

Add a little water and mix well to make a smooth paste.

Apply putty to the face gently with your hands.

Leave it on the face for 30 - 40 minutes before washing it with lukewarm water.

This method helps you get rid of redness, pain and swelling.

9 - Turmeric with honey and apple cider vinegar

Turmeric and apple cider vinegar
Turmeric and apple cider vinegar

1 tablespoon ground turmeric.

1 teaspoon lemon peel.

2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar.

1/4 cup honey.

black pepper.

Steps:

Place turmeric in the mortar and squeeze it into powder.

Then put the powder in a small bowl and then add raw honey, lemon peel and a little apple vinegar and mix well to get a paste.

You can take some of this paste and apply it to toast or baked food and eat it regularly.

10 - Turmeric with olive oil and water:

Turmeric and olive oil
Turmeric and olive oil

1-2 teaspoons turmeric powder.

1/4 teaspoon olive oil.

1 cup water.

Black pepper powder.

Steps:

Add turmeric powder and olive oil to water.

Add a little black pepper powder.

You can take this drink to reduce allergies and treat seasonal allergies, asthma and sinuses.

Precautions when using turmeric

There are some precautions when using turmeric in the treatment of allergy and alleviate this problem:

Give birth to turmeric milk if you are allergic to dairy products.

Remember, when sprinkling black pepper on turmeric increases its effectiveness.

Make sure before applying turmeric to the skin that you do not suffer from allergic to turmeric.

Consult your doctor before using these herbal remedies if you have various health problems.

Turmeric may cause some allergies, skin irritation and inflammation. It is therefore advisable to consult your doctor to get rid of side effects and allergies.

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