It’s that time of year again. Sneezing and watery eyes are everywhere. It gets in the way with focusing on what really matters in life. Allergy medicine makes you sleepy and you feel as if you get even less done when you take it even if you feel lightly less miserable. You want something better. Something naturally fight your seasonal allergies.
The good news is that you do have natural options to treat your seasonal allergies without dragging you down making you feel like a zombie. Take a chance and give a few a try you certainly have nothing to lose.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is a great natural treatment for many thing seven your seasonal allergies. Apple cider vinegar (with the mother) is great for detoxing and is said to reduce inflammation which can help reduce the swelling and puffiness that we all hate. Reduction of mucus production is on apple cider vinegar’s list healing properties. When it comes to easy natural remedies apple cider vinegar should always be on hand. Just add two table spoons to water, juice, or even your favorite green smoothie twice a day to enjoy many of the great benefits of apple cider and calm your seasonal allergies naturally.
Local Raw Honey
When it comes to natural remedies for your seasonal allergies raw local honey is a great choice. The local (closest to your home or work as you can find) honey contains pollen form the local plants that are the cause of your seasonal allergies. The honey helps your body adjust to the allergies around you. Eating raw honey daily has been shown to help reduce allergy symptoms over time. Start this one BEFORE allergy season comes. If you miss that chance you can still see benefits. Eat a teaspoon or two a day.
Install an air filter in your home and office to reduce your seasonal allergies.
Seasonal allergies are triggered by pollen in the air. While you can’t exactly set up a filter for the whole neighborhood you can drastically reduce the amount of allergens in your home and your office. With today’s technology, we have so many options to reduce your discomfort. If your heat is on still take a moment to change out the filter. If you have broken out the AC do the same to that. You can even buy units made just to filter the air around you. These filters are made to pull dust, pollen, cigarette smoke, and even flu germs right from the air, drastically improving the quality of your indoor air helping to naturally fight your seasonal allergies.
Use essential oils to naturally fight your seasonal allergies
Essential oils are quickly growing in popularity because they really work. Three essential oils are most commonly combined for powerful seasonal allergy relief. Lemon, Peppermint, and Lavender essential oils should be at the top of your list. Combine these three essential oils in equal parts or mix then up to put more focus on a particular scent you prefer. You can find them in combination packs perfect for getting started.
You can create a great room mist to help naturally fight your seasonal allergies:
- 1 glass or aluminum spray bottle
- 1 tablespoon witch hazel
- 3.5 ounces water
- 30 drops lemon essential oil
- 30 drops peppermint essential oil
- 30 drops lavender essential oil
Pour the witch hazel into your spray bottle. Slowly add each of the essential oils to the bottle of witch hazel. Shake gently then add in the 3.5 ounces of water. Shake well and spray into the air Avoid spraying at yourself or others around you. This is a room spray and is best not used topically due to its strong concentration.
Try these eaucalyptus sinus and allergy shower melts to help bring some comfort with a hot shower.
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