Itchy eyes, rashes, sneezing, nasal congestion and wheezing: it is no wonder that people will do just about anything to try and cure their allergies. We’ve collected eight of the strangest cures from all over the world and tested them to see if there is method in their madness.
One in three living in the UK suffer from allergies at some point in their lives. Allergies are actually affecting more and more people every year. The treatments we’ve collected are more off the wall than over the counter. They are strange, ridiculous and preposterous, but some of them do actually work. Find out which of these traditional remedies turn out to be true, and which turn out to be tripe.
Will growing a moustache help your hay fever, or is this a cure you’ll be shaving for later? Could eating raw onions reduce your inflammations, or will it just decimate your social circle? Will flushing your nose through with salty water clear your nasal allergy,or would you rather try drinking vinegar to get relief?
Find out what actually is home-spun wisdom, and what’s little more than a crackpot cure, as we review the world’s strangest allergy cure.
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