10 natural approaches to help you through



1. Reduce your exposure


Avoiding green and grassy locations with high pollen counts will help reduce discomfort.

2. Create a barrier


Applying a balm or oil around your nose can help to trap pollen before it can enter your nasal passage and trigger symptoms.

3. Remove excess histamine with zeolite


Zeolite is a natural clay-like substance that binds to histamine in the digestive tract and directly eliminates it via the stool.

4. Wash it off


Taking a shower or bath after being exposed to pollen can be helpful in removing it from the body.

5. Try nasal saline


Neti pots and saline nasal spray may clean congested nasal passages. These are available 1-2 times daily at health food shops and pharmacies.

6. Filter it out


Plugging in an air purifier may help trap pollen, pet dander, and dust mites during pollen season.

7. Try quercetin


Quercetin is a natural compound found in lots of food and drink, including onions, turmeric, dark berries, red wine and citrus fruits.

8. Allergy shots


Allergy injections resemble vaccines. By injecting little quantities of pollen into the body, patients get desensitised to their allergy.

9. Switch your flower order


Fresh flowers brighten a room, yet they're an allergy sufferer's worst nightmare.

10. Choose garden plants wisely


Like flower bouquets, garden plants may affect how you feel throughout allergy season.

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