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Nature’s Personal Allergy Relief

Allergies come in a wide variety of forms and can easily make life miserable; however, natural allergy relief remedies are quickly gaining popularity and providing incredible relief to allergy sufferers. Store bought herbal supplements and nutrients can sometimes help achieve better relief than products from the local pharmacy. Many individuals are unaware of the many different natural allergy remedies that are available. Listed below are a come examples of different forms of allergy relief.
 

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a perfect product for allergy relief. This product inhibits the production of mucus and is a cleanse for an individual’s lymphatic system. To use apple cider vinegar as a remedy, simply mix a teaspoon of organic, raw apple cider vinegar into a glass of water and drink three times daily. It is important that the apple cider vinegar is organic and does not contain unnecessary impurities.
 

Nettle Leaf

Nettle leaf provides antihistamine relief by blocking an individual’s histamine producing ability. Nettle leaf can be taken by being used in a tea, or by capsule. Capsules simply contain dried nettle leaf. Nettle leaf capsules provide the most acute allergy relief.
 

Eating Local Honey

Individuals who suffer from allergies can try consuming local honey to help combat these allergies. Local honey helps an individual adapt to the local allergens and results in a better immunity to the allergens. Local honey can be compared to nature giving an individual an allergy shot. Eating local honey is an easy way of achieving allergy relief without taking over the counter medicines, and an allergy relief that has no associated side effects.
 

Probiotics

Since allergies are directly related to a strong reaction to stimuli, good gut bacteria can help combat these strong reactions. Probiotic capsules and fermented foods can help increase an individual’s beneficial gut bacteria which helps fight against present day allergies.

These are just a couple examples of natural allergy relief. It is not necessary to run to the local pharmacy as soon as allergy symptoms hit. Nature has its own way of providing relief to an individual if they take a good look around and have an open mind.