Discover a variety of natural allergy treatments here. This allergy information has been collected from alternative medicine experts to help you get allergy relief. Find the allergy remedy you need to live a healthier life.
If your allergies produce a stuffy nose or a runny nose or both, alternately, you may want to try the following natural anti-inflammatories that could help decrease symptoms: quercetin, bromelain, N-acetylcysteine (NAC), boswellia, butterbur, and stinging nettle. Fortunately, you don't have to be your own natural pharmacist. Combinations of these ingredients are found in products called Breathe Clear Daily, Sinupret, and Ortho Molecular's Natural D-Hist. Find them in health food stores or on the Internet. Source: Health & Healing newsletter, 5/14, by Julian Whitaker, M.D.
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Do you have sinus congestion? Research has revealed that fungus is the primary cause of sinus congestion, so antibiotics and allergy medications may not be the best approach. Instead, clean the sinuses by irrigating them with a product called Sinus Cleanser, for allergy treatment, which contains Baptisia tinctoria, a homeopathic antifungal, along with colloidal silver, grapefruit seed extract, and oregano.
A good, natural allergy treatment is waiting in your pantry: Spicy foods can help open up nasal passages for allergy relief when you're really clogged up. Hot peppers, horseradish, wasabi, etc., can help you breathe easier. Eat them at home, or even in restaurants!
Source: Carolyn O'Neil, RD, Atlanta, GA as seen in Reader's Digest, March 2007
Allergy treatments can be fun! Light, happy laughter does good things for your immune system, and it eases stress, which can be a factor in allergies, so make a regular appointment with yourself to find ways to laugh, as much as you can--"three to four times a week for 20 to 40 minutes, minimum," says Lee Berk, DRPH, Associate Professor, Health Promotion and Education, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Loma Linda, CA (as seen in Reader's Digest, March 2007).
Hey, Dr. Berk. Just what can be so funny for so long, huh? Where do you get your material to make your patients laugh that much?
Experts say your immune system affects your allergies, so do what you can to strengthen your immune system and keep it healthy. Increasing your intake of fruits, vegetables, and foods containing Omega-3 oils (salmon, mackerel, flaxseeds, walnuts) constitute natural allergy treatments. Additional allergy remedies: Butterbur, an herb and quercetin, a bioflavonoid (both already mentioned above), can have antihistamine-like effects. And, of course, minimize your time outdoors when pollen levels are high.
Source: Steven C. Halbert, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA, as seen in Reader's Digest, March 2007
The following actions can be good, natural alternative allergy treatments that help you avoid other, more expensive or drastic actions.
Sources: USA Today, 3/21/2007. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Edmond E. Madan, certified forensic, fire, flood, mold inspection and remediation contractor, in his article in the Bonner County Daily Bee, Sandpoint Idaho, 3/21/07.
This allergy treatment information comes from the experts sourced. As always, check with your doctor before making any changes to your health care, including allergy treatments.
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