Infuriating sensation of not being able to sneeze, itchy eyes and runny nose? As the weather warms up, pollen count is on the rise which means only one thing – allergies. You probably hear a lot about raw honey in the fight against them when we talk about home remedies.
You have to build up your immune system before the season hits by gradual intake of local pollen. Today we are going to present you several remedies that will help you to fight any allergies.
The gradual consumption of bee pollen will build up your immune system and make you resistant to any allergies.
You have to stay to consume pollen 5 months before season hit. Take 2 granules and put them under the tongue and chew them. Increase the dosage by 1 granule the next day and take granules until you think that you will not have reaction.
Refreshing Citrus Drink
Citrus drink is extremely rich in Vitamin C which nourishes the body and reliefs seasonal allergies in a short period of time. Do not hesitate, but make this powerful and tasty drink if you experience any type of allergy.
- 1 tbsp of local organic honey
- 2 oranges
- ½ lemon
Make a freshly squeezed juice from the lemons and the oranges and chill for several hours. Add some ice cubes, stir in the honey and consume it once a day.
Nettle Peppermint Tea
Nettle is one of the most powerful herbs that you have to add in your repertoire. Thanks to its incredible properties it has wide variety of functions that help to get rid of seasonal allergies, lowering blood pressure, relieving arthritis etc.
- 8 ounces of fresh water
- Lemon and honey to taste
- ¼ cup chopped fresh nettle leaf or 1 tsp of dried nettle
- ¼ cup chopped fresh peppermint or 1 tsp of dried peppermint
The preparation of this recipe is very simple. You only have to place the peppermint and the nettle in a mug and then cover it with boiling water. Let it stay for 15 minutes, strain it and afterwards add the lemon and the taste to taste. Consume the drink two times a day.
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