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    Allergy relief

    What do you recommend for allergy relief?
    My allergies have been bad lately.

    Garden of life sinus if it's your sinuses. I teased my wife about all of her pills and how it is psychological, but she made me a believer. Those things work
    "Those sowing seed with tears
    Will reap with a joyful shout." - Psalm 126


      Here are 2 natural remedies for allergy relief RED ONION WATER

      Onions are nature’s gift when it comes to natural anti-histamine. It contains a compound called quercetin that prevents inflammation and opens up the air passage to make breathing easier.

      All you have to do is add thin slices of one onion a 4 cups of water. Let it stay for 8 to 12 hours. Then drink it once or twice every day. You can store it in the fridge for 4 days. You can even add some honey as a taste enhancer if you like.

      No list of natural remedies is complete without apple cider vinegar. It can cure tons of ailments including allergy relief. What makes it such a success is its ability to cleanse the lymphatic system and minimize production of mucous.

      All you have to do is combine a teaspoon of organic apple cider vinegar and ‘The Mother’ (colony of good bacteria found in unfiltered ACV brands). Add this into a glass of water. Drink this amazing solution thrice a day.


        Depends on the type of allergy, take antihistamines, avoid prolonged contact with the allergen (obviously!), clean home items that can accumulate a lot of dust and allergens. If you have itching or swelling, sneezing seek professional help.
        Last edited by Confentti; 06-23-2017, 06:17 AM.


          Hello!!! I saw the familiar allergy to the pain and read additional useful information and wanted to share the pain! The Irony of Fate! I so love the sun, but, alas! 3-4 years ago, faced with an unpleasant phenomenon in early summer in June, suddenly from that or that on the neck, red spots appeared in the form of a necklace and it all began to itch and itch, in general, horror! Who survived me will understand! In short, I did not understand anything then, I ran to the allergist, I scratched the entire back on different agents doing the tests, but ... I did not find anything, I paid, of course, a lot of money (the allergist was paid). And in September I went to rest in Turkey (this was in the same year). There was a terrible allergy, I do not remember how I survived, but I'm afraid to rest now. Did I notice and maybe it was the same? That like as on a sun-protection cream Mary Kay with spf 15 or earlier was with spf 20 such reaction I and I do not know on what to sin? I drink kestin now. And then the summer begins ... in a turtleneck, what can I walk now?


            I used to have hayfever: for some reason, in adulthood, it has gone. To this day, I don't know why. I am very thankful, though. I used to have to use nose sprays and pills. I don't have any other allergies, either. I'm fine with cats, dogs and other animals. Dust doesn't get to me. I am very lucky.


              Whenever I use moisturizer I get get rashes on my face. Do you have any suggestions?


                *Jonkier, Check your moisturizer product. You skin might be allergic to its ingredients. Here are some home remedies that can help with skin rashes.
                - Use cool compresses
                - Aloe Vera
                - Coconut oil
                - Try a baking soda bath
                - Moisturize with oatmeal
                - Apply apple cider vinegar
                - Honey
                - Olive oil
                - Green tea
                - Rose water


                  Hello! Yes, it's a bad case of an allergy. I was allergic to potatoes, since I had the last child (almost 12 years ago). They were trousers and caused a lot of problems when they ate. I usually avoid places that serve chips. You can check all the products in your book of ingredients. In any case, here is some of the information I have found so far.

                  I have an additional problem in that I also have an allergy to wheat or gluten. My son is allergic to cow's milk product or lactose intolerance. Since the allergy to wheat and milk is in the process of exclusion due to diet. One of the most reliable things is that potatoes are available in everything from orange juice to chocolate bread. Although I find reports that a is grown synthetically. It is difficult to buy products without wheat and potatoes because they replace one another.

                  Polydextrose, modified starch, potato fiber, dextrose monohydrate, malt dextrin, cellulose, dextrin’s, dextrose can be potatoes. Check your salt and baking ingredients! Lactic acid (usually from fermented corn or potatoes), magnesium stearate, Malt dextrin / Maltin can be obtained from potatoes or corn), starch, ascorbic palmitate and SOLT. Some plastic wraps or bags for food storage and antibiotics such as penicillin. vitamin A, Multi-dextrose, yeast, vegetable oils, etc. also contain potatoes.

                  This includes any products containing potatoes, potato flour, potato starch, etc. D. Many soups, stews and other finished products contain potatoes in one form or another. Dextrose is usually a potato, as well as a palmitate of vitamin A and ascorbic palmitate. Read the labels and do not eat foods containing them. Iodized salt contains dextrose. All skimmed and skimmed dairy products contain vitamin A palmitate. All the baking powder I tested appears to contain potatoes, although it is not listed on the label. If the baked goods bother you, try those who do not have the baking powder. The powder for gluten-free baking does not seem to contain potatoes. Potato derivatives are added to most commercial flour. Therefore, most bread and confectionery products now contain potatoes. Most yeast contains potatoes, like yeast for baking, and brewer's yeast. Apparently, the Red Star yeast does not contain potatoes.

                  Potato starch and derivatives of potato starch are used in many recipes, for example, in noodles, wine gums, cocktail nuts, for example, salt and vinegar, as well as dry fried, beer spits, etc.

                  Do not forget that potatoes are used in cosmetic shampoos and cosmetics.

                  Just do not let your guard, like companies, constantly change their ingredients.

                  My allergy causes bloating. Watch your food. Diet is better than long treatment. Good luck to you.


                    I second the posts of jenniferlan and Loric2014. Very sensible advice.