Anyone has natural treatments for seasonal allergies?

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  1. marieloves profile image76
    marielovesposted 4 years ago

    Anyone has natural treatments for seasonal allergies?

    The pollen from the trees, grasses, and flowers are causing me to sneeze, get a runny nose, and is making my skin itchy. sad

  2. kwade tweeling profile image91
    kwade tweelingposted 4 years ago

    One method that's worked for me is local honey. I was told to try a tablespoon of raw honey comprised of the nectars of my allergens. It seemed to help.

    The biggest factor I've noticed for having decreased allergy symptoms though is a healthful, meat-free, diet. If I eat nothing but raw, whole vegetables, I have no allergies. (This is coming from someone who grew up suffering daily allergies.)

    1. marieloves profile image76
      marielovesposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for answering. I will give honey a try.

  3. mikejhca profile image93
    mikejhcaposted 4 years ago

    Yes, I have a natural treatment for seasonal allergies. I wrote a hub about curing my seasonal allergies. They were bad. Now they don't bother me at all. Basically it comes down to regular exercise and relaxation. The thing that helped the most was being more relaxed. For more detailed information check out my hub. … -Allergies

    1. marieloves profile image76
      marielovesposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I have checked out your hub. I never thought of meditation as a way to cure seasonal allergies. Worth a try! Thanks!

  4. dappledesigns profile image91
    dappledesignsposted 4 years ago

    I honestly didn't have allergies until moving west - so I am currently in the same boat. While it doesn't cure it, consuming local honey seems to alleviate it a lot for me. I try to incorporate 2 spoonfuls a day... tea, yogurt, on an English muffin etc. The local honey is said to work better because it is pollinated from local plants and flowers that are causing the allergies in the first place. Also adding elderberry extract to tea works wonders.

    Also - I'm not even sure if this is just me, but when I'm really sneezing and stuffy, pickled ginger works wonders. Nothing fancy - just the ginger that comes with sushi.


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