Home Remedies For Skin Allergies: Nose Allergy Home Remedies (Cure All Allergies Naturally)

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Natural Home Remedies For Allergies. Welcome to Natural Healing Guides, in today’s
video, we are going to explore 20 effective ways to tackle all types of allergies at home. If you have not subscribed to the channel,
consider subscribing now by clicking the subscribe button. While there are many conventional methods
of treating allergies including the use of medications, many people using such methods
most times complain of the ineffectiveness of such methods. As a result, more and more allergy sufferers
are shifting towards natural treatment methods for their problems. If you are looking for natural methods of
treating your allergies, then the following are effective remedies that you can try. 1. Apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar finds use in the treatment
of various health problems. So it is little wonder that it makes this
list. The benefits of apple cider vinegar in the
treatment of allergies are evident in its ability to reduce mucus production and in
cleansing the lymphatic system. There are anecdotal reports of the effectiveness
of apple cider vinegar as a natural remedy for allergies. 2. Raw honey. While there is not much evidence as to the
effect of raw honey on allergies, the presence of bee pollen in honey is suggested as the
reason. Since pollen are allergens, consuming honey
containing pollen helps to build a resistance to them. Moreover, honey is rich in beneficial compounds
that help to boost immunity. 3. Probiotics. Allergies are caused by the wrong response
of the body�s immune system to foreign substances. This reaction may be as a result of an imbalance
of the intestinal flora. The intestinal flora is the population of
harmless (beneficial) bacteria residing in the gut. To make up for this imbalance, it is recommended
that allergy sufferers consume foods rich in probiotics � beneficial bacteria � such
as kefir and yogurt. 4. Butterbur. Butterbur is an herbal plant that is found
in most parts of Europe and Asia. According to a study published in the British
Journal of Medicine, it was discovered that butterbur has the same effect as cetirizine
� an active component of allergy medications. However, butterbur has the advantage of not
having the side effect of causing drowsiness as in cetirizine. It is important to state also that butterbur
can aggravate some allergy symptoms; hence, it should be used after consulting with your
doctor. 5. Pineapple. Consuming pineapple can also help in treating
allergies. This is due to the fact that pineapple contains
bromelain, which is an enzyme that helps in promoting breathing by reducing swelling. Papaya can also be used as it contains bromelain,
although not as much as that found in pineapple. 6. Peppermint essential oil. Peppermint oil can be used for treating allergy
symptoms like wheezing and sneezing. A study conducted in 1998 found that peppermint
essential oil was able to reduce the symptoms of allergic rhinitis. It is imperative to note that essential oils
like peppermint oil should be diluted in a carrier oil such as olive oil or coconut oil
before applying. 7. Frankincense essential oil. Like peppermint oil, frankincense oil is another
essential oil that can be used in treating allergies. A 2016 study showed that frankincense oil
can be helpful in reducing the symptoms of perennial hay fever. The oil can be used by topically applying
behind the ears (after diluting in a carrier oil) or by inhaling after spraying into the
air. 8. Lemon. Lemon is packed with several powerful compounds
that help in strengthening the body�s immune system. In addition, drinking lemon juice diluted
in water can help to flush out harmful substances from the body. 9. Eyebright (euphrasia). Eye allergy symptoms such as watery discharge
from the eyes can be reduced by using eyebright. 10. Quercetin. Quercetin is a bioflavonoid, which is derived
from plants like broccoli and tomatoes. This natural chemical compound is known to
have antioxidant properties that help in combating free radicals in the body. More importantly, quercetin benefits allergy
sufferers by preventing the production of histamines. However, it is advised that pregnant and breastfeeding
women should not take quercetin, in addition to people with liver disease. 11. Turmeric. Turmeric contains curcumin, which has anti-inflammatory
properties that can benefit allergy sufferers. Even more, it is suggested that curcumin can
help in reducing nasal congestion as well as other symptoms of allergic reactions. 12. Coconut milk. Dairy products such as cow�s milk can be
sources of allergens. A good alternative to cow�s milk is coconut
milk. So, if you are allergic to dairy products,
you can try switching to a safe alternative � coconut milk. 13. Vitamin C-rich foods. Eating more vitamin C-rich foods like oranges
and guava can help in reducing histamine production in the body. 14. Water. Besides other disadvantages, dehydration can
worsen the symptoms of an allergy. Hence, it is advised that allergy sufferers
drink water always to stay hydrated. 15. Neti pot and saline rinse. If you are looking for simple ways of preventing
allergic reactions, then you should include this one. Neti pots are used in Ayurvedic medicine to
cleanse the sinuses of allergens. To back this claim, a recent study found that
flushing of the nasal sinuses is an effective way of treating seasonal allergies in kids. For this method, mix about half a teaspoon
of non-iodized table salt with a cup of warm water in the neti pot. Then, with your head slightly bent over a
sink, pour the saline solution into one nostril and allow the water to exit through the other
nostril. Repeat this on the other nostril with your
head tilted in the opposite direction. 16. Nasal sprays. Instead of using a neti pot, you can try the
Western way by using nasal sprays. This method is more appealing to most people
than the use of net pots. So, all you need to do is to simply spray
the contents of the spray � usually salt water � in your nose to get rid of toxins. 17. Bee pollen. This method works in a similar way as using
raw honey. Occasional sprinkling bee pollen on your food
is another way to gradually build resistance to the allergen. 18. Nettle leaf. Nettle leaf can also be used for treating
allergies due to its antihistamine property. Nettle leaf can be processed for tea and consumed
as a remedy for allergy symptoms. It can also be combined with other herbs such
as peppermint leaf to get better results. 19. Acupuncture. Who would have thought that sticking needles
on the body will help in treating allergies?. According to a research published in the Annals
of Internal Medicine, allergy patients who were treated using acupuncture experienced
a reduction of symptoms than those who weren�t. Although the direct relationship between acupuncture
and allergy is not clear, it is suspected that the ability of the method to control
inflammatory substances linked with allergy may be the reason. 20. Foods to avoid with allergy. People suffering from food allergies are advised
to stay away from the foods responsible. Foods such as chocolate, peanuts, wheat, caffeine,
bananas, red meat, sugar, and dairy products are common sources of allergens, and should
be avoided by people with food allergies. Do you have an allergy, have you tried any
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  2. Most of us have some form of allergies, thanks for the natural tips to help get over them. Great channel!

  3. Much needed relief in this allergy season, will try much of the remedy listed. Thank you Naturalhealing guide.

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