What Is The Best Medicine For Allergies?

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  1. PhoenixV profile image61
    PhoenixVposted 7 years ago

    What Is The Best Medicine For Allergies?

    What are some natural remedies for allergies? What are the best natural remedies for allergy symptoms and sinus headaches?

  2. DDE profile image28
    DDEposted 7 years ago

    The best remedies, naturally are honey is of great help, with some warm tea can help you. Stay away from dusty  places, don't have carpets in the home, it is one of the biggest problems with allergies as it holds dust. Don't have foods that cause allergies, it is far better than to be consuming histamines.
    One of oldest remedies for clearing sinuses is to cover your head over a container of heated water enough to build of some steam with the addition eucalyptus oil. Inhale and you will see a difference in  the sinuses.

  3. cloverleaffarm profile image76
    cloverleaffarmposted 7 years ago

    Nettle. It contains a natural antihistamine, and is best when taken a few weeks before your allergy season starts.
    To clear out your sinuses, you could use a neti pot. It flushes out your sinus cavity, and works really well. Adding herbs is optional to help clear up any infection.
    Be well.

  4. artist101 profile image27
    artist101posted 6 years ago


    Qbc, and grapefruit seed extract are the best as far as natural antihistamines.
    Qbc, quercitin bromelain complex is derived from pineapple. Acts as a natural antihistamine, and decongestant, with out side effects.
    Grapefruit seed extract is used as a decongestant, and nasal irrigation supplement. 1 drop in 1 ounce of water, mix, and put two to three drops in each nostril.
    Another allergy trick is saline rinse.
    Place a pinch of table salt into the palm of your hand, fill with water. Hold one nostril shut, while inhaling with the other. Gently blow. This will clear the nasal passage of excess mucus, and the allergen. Messy but effective.
    Immunology is the only "cure" for allergies. Histamine is an over reactive immune response to any given substance. Allergies can develop at any time in ones life, from beginning to end, and to anything. From pollen, to food, the results are runny nose, coughing, stomach aches, scratchy throat, ear aches, and list goes on and on. Immunology is basically the hair of the dog that bit you. By injection, or by oral drops placed under the tongue in minute doses, the immune system is trained, slowly, to quit reacting to that given substance. Much in the same way as a measles, or chicken pox shot does. There is now a homeopathic line of products, specifically designed for this purpose.
    I explain it in my article: http://artist101.hubpages.com/hub/Is-it … or-allergy


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