How do you relieve allergy symptoms the natural way? When allergies sore, it’s usually due to the high amounts of dust and pollen in the air.
Have you ever experienced itchy and watery eyes, a stuffy nose, and itchy skin it may be from petting your friend’s dog or cat, or simply going for a walk outside. Some people have it worse than others, and it can start to affect our lives and how we function.
No one wants to feel “sick” when they’re really not, especially during the warmer months. Over-the-counter allergy medication can be expensive. And they usually contain antihistamine, a drug which may not be safe to take during pregnancy. Dangerous side effects can impair one’s driving abilities and cause a mental disconnect.
Side affects include:
- Dry mouth
- Nausea and vomiting
- Blurred vision
I’ve done a little bit of research on natural allergy remedies because I suffer from pet and dust allergies. I found a natural ingredient one that is inexpensive, and quite obvious. You can find it at any grocery market and it’s so easy to incorporate in everyday meals.
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I notice a difference right away after consuming. It reduces mucus and boosts your metabolism to help your body function at it’s best. Apparently, this natural allergy relief is just as affective as over-the-counter antihistamine medications.
It’s Apple Cider Vinegar.
Here are the allergy symptoms that apple cider vinegar prevents:
- Itchy, red, swollen or watery eyes
- Itchy nose, ears, lips, mouth, or throat
- Nasal congestion
The vinegar can dramatically decrease allergy symptoms that you may have incurred from food, pets, and other environmental sources. Apple cider vinegar is not just for allergy relief – it has super healing powers for everyday illnesses.
Here’s a list of health conditions that are treatable with apple cider vinegar:
- Sore throat
- Sinus Infections
- Acid Reflux
- Chronic Fatigue
- High Cholesterol
- Contact Dermatitis
Here’s my recommendation as to how to incorporate this natural ingredient into your daily intake:
- Take a shot of it! One teaspoon is recommended to get started. Drink water right after because of it’s strong taste.
- You can add one teaspoon of the vinegar to 1/2 a litre of water and drink three times a day.
- Up your dose to two tablespoons mixed with water before each meal.
- Add it to a glass of apple juice.
- Add it to your favourite tea.
- Use honey in your drink to mask the strong taste.
- Not a fan of the taste? Inhale it’s fumes to open up your nasal passages, rid mucus production, and curb allergic reactions.
Thank you for reading! Have you tried it? Let me know what you think in the comments below!