Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are well aware of the season we are in or approaching quickly. What season? The season that people will inevitably suffer some symptoms may include headache, runny nose, itchy eyes, sore throat and lethargy, to name a few. These symptoms are caused by pollen from flowers, trees and flowers, and of course, this season is known as allergy season.
However, you do not have to suffer from the symptoms associated with seasonal allergies. 7 Here are some natural remedies you can implement today.
1. Salt Water Gargle – This simple home remedy works really well. What they are doing is essentially flush the sinuses with a saltwater solution. The solution is 1 liter of distilled water, distilled water if not you can boil tap water and let cool. In distilled water, add 2 tablespoons of non-iodized salt. Place the 8 ounces of salt water solution in a large squeeze bottle or neti pot. Make sure you turn your head over the sink tighten or use the neti pot with the solution in the upper nostril and drain the lower nostril. Actually, it feels like you’re “underwater” yourself, but this process will clear your sinuses and help with allergy symptoms.
Two. Raw honey – I asked a question on my Facebook page about natural remedies for allergies and swallowing a spoonful of honey, seemed to be a popular answer. If you eat a spoonful of raw honey is not something you can do easily, can also be added to hot water and took this form.
Three. HEPA Air Purifier – Be sure to choose an air purifier that has a HEPA filter especially in the bedroom is the best way to remove the spores and pollen from the air. There are many air purifiers on the market today, but I have to say that U.S. Air Sharp several air purifiers that will benefit their needs.
4. Humidifiers – Do not be fooled, humidifiers are not just for cold weather months. Cool mist humidifiers can be used for cold nights and help get airborne allergens for a more comfortable sleeping environment.
May. Essential Oils – The whole family enjoys the essential oils we use for multiple purposes acne, cleaning help with allergy symptoms. Two of our favorites are the lavender and eucalyptus oils. Let’s use an air stone, but if you do not have a diffuser that can bring a pot of water to boil, remove from heat up, place a few drops of oil in water and a towel tent over your head and the bread sauce. Be careful not to allow the steam to hit directly to your face. Steam inhalation combined with essential oils will help remove her breasts.
June. Nettle tea – Make steep a teaspoon dried nettle after cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. This solution will help relieve respiratory allergy. If you can not find dried nettle can also take the capsule form is found in many natural food stores.
July. Alternative care – chiropractic has been found to help with the symptoms of allergy. What chiropractors do is find nerve interference that may occur in the backbone and is removed once the immune system can operate at its optimal level. Once the immune system is functioning properly, the body begins to heal.
These are just a few natural remedies that you can implement in your home today to help relieve allergy symptoms. We’d love to learn more about what you do during the allergy season.