4 Natural Ways To Fight Allergies


In the United States, allergies are the 6th leading cause of illness. 50 million Americans are plagued with sniffle fighting, watery eyes each year. Summer, spring, fall is the main season when allergies are highly observed. Nevertheless, anyone can experience it in any season.


There is no denying that there are many over the counter prescription drugs that can help in medication, but this medication comes along with many side effects like dizziness, vomiting, blurred vision and more.

The good news is these allergies can be cured with natural ways. Give these four natural ways to fight allergies a try.

#1. Green Tea


Researchers in Japan identified a compound in green tea that, in laboratory tests, blocks a key cell receptor involved in producing an allergic response. The compound methylated epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), may have a similar effect in humans, they say.

“Green tea appears to be a promising source for useful anti-allergenic agents,” says Hirofumi Tachibana, the study’s chief investigator and an associate professor of Chemistry at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan. “If you have allergies, you should consider drinking it.”

#2. Apple Cider Vinegar


Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) has several medical benefits., some of them are weight loss, boosting immunity, caring for skin and hair. As ACV promotes PH balance and alkalinity to the body, it is excellent remedy towards all types of allergies.

The ACV contain Mother of Vinegar (floating strands in the cider) the living enzyme that fightbacks all infections. The best way to use ACV is on a consistent basis. Mix 1 tablespoon ACV with one tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice and 1/2 tablespoon raw bees honey and drink three times a day.

#3. Raw Local Honey


A bee pollen is found in locally produced honey which is found toward allergies and increase immunity. As bees collect pollen from flowers to flowers, it makes a lot of sense that taking the RAW honey made from these bees will build immunity to the pollen allergies where you live.

#4. Kombucha


A fermented tea, an ancient people, consumed over 2,000 years around the globe. Kombucha is naturally carbonated, filled with amino acids and probiotics and makes a great drink for allergy and can revitalize your life.

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