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How to tame those allergies

Updated on August 13, 2012

Helping your allergies

Did you know that the very little bee that you would love to destroy, for fear of getting stung, could save you from your allergies?

That's right that little bee that pollinates all the flowers is the key to getting your allergies under control and do you know how? Honey. Not just any honey either. Not store bought honey but honey that is made right in your home town. These local bees have pollinated local flowers and then come back and make their honey comb. Local honey if eaten every day, just one teaspoon full, will build up your immunity to what your allergic too locally and let you have a breath easier spring and summer.

Isn't it worth a try since we all suffer so terribly from allergies these days? Find a local bee farmer and buy some honey from him. Take one teaspoon every single day and watch your allergies improve.

Yes these lovely little workers who make such a sweet treat are also helping the environment. The next time you get out your fly swatter to kill a bee, remember he will save you from a miserable allergy season. So open the door or window and set him free.

One thing to remember you should never give a child under the age of one honey it can give them botulism so no honey for babies mom and dad. (


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      Jennifer 5 years ago

      I cant wait to try this. I will let you know how it works. Thanks for this hub its great

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