Monday, June 13, 2016

How You Can Cure Your Allergy Naturally


Allergy has become one of the common chronic conditions all over the world. Apart from making you feel down and despondent, allergic reactions may sometimes become highly critical. You may feel miserable due to the recurrent allergy you are having and are saturated with the conventional therapies and not receiving enough respite you desire for. Here are some alternative remedies you might find suitable:


Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health. According to latest research probiotics are quite efficient in increasing immunity and prevents or cures allergy. Yogurt is one of the most easily available probiotics that plays an important role in maintaining a well balanced immune system. There are certain probiotic drinks that help fight allergic reactions. However, make sure to select brands containing organisms like Bifidobacterium lactis or Lactobacillus rhamnosus.

Steam Inhalation

This is another promising method to treat allergic reactions. Inhalation of steam comprising of essential oils is quite an effective process that brings you some relief from sniffling, sneezing, headaches or any other irksome allergic reactions. There are a number of available essential oils that helps in treating the conditions. To name a few are eucalyptus oil, Lavander oil, Peppermint oil, Lemon oil, Roman chamomile oil, Basil oil, Tea tree oil. You can add some of them to your salad dressings soups or drinks, etc. (Basil or peppermint oil) to treat inflammatory responses, sinusitis, cough and cold. You can also simply put on some tea tree oil on a cotton ball and apply externally to the affected areas in order to get some relief from airborne pathogens causing allergic reactions. You can also clear your blocked sinuses clear up your lungs and reduce allergic condition by adding 1-2 drops of eucalyptus oil in boiling water and inhaling the steam. Lavender and Roman chamomile are wonderful in treating eczema, rashes and other allergic reactions on the skin.

Saline Nasal Rinse

This is a universal remedy for allergic reactions. What you are actually doing is using saline solution to swilling out your sinuses hence rinsing off allergens. For this you can prepare your own solution by mixing 0.9 gm of non-iodized salt to 100 mL of either distilled water or boiled water followed by cooling. You may also add a pinch of baking soda (optional). Add the mixture in a squeeze bottle and pour 1-2 drops in your. It is advisable to wheeze heavily so that your palate gets lifted and blocks the back portion of the nose so that you can avoid getting the sinking sensation.


Application of honey in the prevention of allergy is based on the concept of immunotherapy. There are evidences of using honey to get relief of allergies, but you must always go for commercially available processed honey and not the local unprocessed ones. Honey is effective against cough or any other throat irritations. It is similar to kind small allergy shot.

Stinging Nettle Leaf

This herb has been used for years to treat itching, sneezing or similar kinds of allergic reactions. Stinging nettle is commercially available in the form of juices, tea, root tincture, capsules and tablet. You can avail the medicinal oils by using tea bags dipped in hot water for 10-15 minutes to obtain maximum extract oils prior to consumption. This product is effective against allergic rhinitis.

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