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4 Natural Allergy Remedies That Provide Relief
Millions of people suffer from allergies every year and get temporary relief from drugs, which often have side effects. You surely don’t want to wait until the season is over to go outside! Natural remedies don’t have frustrating side effects and can keep allergies from ruining your life. Here are the top 4 natural products that are proven to control allergies, even when they’re at their worst.
Ginger helps fight allergies on many levels. It’s an antihistamine that relieves problems in the sinuses. Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, it reduces the achy sensation that often comes with allergy attacks. Ginger also calms the stomach and helps with digestive disorders by relieving gas and bloating.
If you love the taste of ginger, add some to your food while cooking. Or you can prepare ginger tea to enjoy its anti-allergy benefits. If you’re not a big fan of fresh ginger, get a ginger supplement that contains gingerol. If you love aromatherapy, you can use ginger essential oil to help your sinuses. The best part? Ginger doesn’t have any side effects!
Probiotics are good bacteria that help the immune system. They can be found in certain foods, for example, kefir, yogurt and sauerkraut. Probiotics change the balance of bacteria to protect the body from flaring up in response to allergies, which helps reduce allergy symptoms.
A study published in the Journal of Dairy Science found that probiotics had beneficial effects. Forty-nine patients with allergies received either milk rich in Lactobacillus acidophilus strain L-92 or milk without probiotics. The group that got milk with probiotics showed improvements of their eye and nasal symptoms.
3. Vitamin D
Vitamin D, which many people call the “sunshine vitamin,” is a nutrient that is very helpful against allergy symptoms. It helps the body absorb calcium and protects the immune system. The human body produces this vitamin when exposed to sunshine. The vitamin can also be consumed with certain foods or in the form of supplements. The products richest in vitamin D are fish – especially tuna, salmon and sardines. You can also get vitamin D from egg yolk, liver and dairy products.
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