Easy Homemade Allergy Remedies

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Are runny nose, the need to sneeze and itchy eyes making your life difficult? Do you have issues with the pollen count in your area when the weather warms up? There are many solutions, from pharmaceutical solutions to great house cleaning techniques for floor cleaning and more, but there is more. If that is the case, then you will need to be able to handle the home remedies you may have access to so you can make your home more welcoming to your allergy needs.

Allergy Remedies

Although the gradual buildup of your pollen will mean you can build up immunity before the symptoms even start. While this may work for some folk, the truth is you should not forget there are plenty of chances for you to relieve the common symptoms of most seasonal allergies. The following examples will point out the ways you can make this happen:

  • Peppermint and Nettle Tea

Nettle usually has a pretty negative image, but this is one of the more amazing herbs out there you can count on. It can be used for relieving arthritis to lowering your blood pressure and to combat a number of allergies out there. It will also perform a variety of functions as well that are not covered by these three. Peppermint on the other hand has luteolin-7-O-rutinoside, a type of flavonoid that helps inhibit inflammatory enzymes such as histamines. This will help with keeping your discomfort down as time goes by.

You will need a teaspoon worth of dried peppermint or about a quarter cup of fresh one, as well as the same quantity of dried or fresh nettle leaves, some lemon or honey for taste, as well as 8 ounces or so worth of fresh water. It won’t take too much to make it work, so place the nettle and peppermint in a mug and cover that with boiling water. Steep them for about 15 minutes or so, strain and add honey to taste, and then drink it two times a day for allergy relief.

  • Bee Pollen

If local honey isn’t really helping you to efficiently and fully clean your body from toxines, then you should try bee pollen. The same concept is pretty much behind getting used to smaller amounts of bee pollen and upping the dosage to make immunity a possibility eventually. You should always make sure you are not an anaphylactic or allergic to bees or this will hurt you badly.

You should also always get local pollen at all cases, as this will help build up the tolerance you need for plants in the area. You also need pollen from a good source that is free of insecticides. There are three forms of it – granules, powder and capsules. Bee pollen is musty, crunchy and floral, something you can enjoy or sprinkle over some oatmeal and yogurt.

You can start taking the pollen about five months before the allergies flare up for optimal results. Start with a granule or two under the tongue and let them dissolve there, upping the dosage with a granule as you move on. Wait until you are confident you will not have a reaction and if you have none, then you can go up to a tablespoon daily until you’re done with the allergy season.

Apart from these remedies, you may need to focus on proper house cleaning to cut down on potential allergens, from carpet cleaning to upholstery cleaning and beyond. This will give you what you need to make it work.

Author Bio:

Ella A. is blogger and freelance writer with great flair for health, fitness, sports and home maintenance.  She likes sharing tips and advises with her readers worldwide. Recently she is mostly focused on writing about efficient home cleaning tips.

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