bee pollen and raw, organic honey from your local area. It works best when it is local so look up bee keepers in your area. It sounds silly but it really works. I use bee pollen granules a lot in the spring as things start to bloom.
Nettle. It has natural antihistamines. Put one teaspoon to a cup of hot water (coffee cup). Steep and then strain. Add honey. Drink 2-3 cups per day. Regimen should start at least 3 weeks before allergies start for best results.
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You could also use a neti pot to rinse your sinuses. The neti pot has had a very bad press recently due to the death of two people last year in Louisiana who used neti pots but both deaths were linked to the use of tap water in the neti pot.
You must use distilled, sterile or previously boiled water,and need to rinse the neti pot after each use and allow it to air dry.
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