Man blowing his nose in his living room

There probably isn’t a single person in the world who hasn’t suffered from allergies! They’re all around us and triggered by pretty much anything and everything, from common pollen and fur allergies to rarer ones such as wool, and even cosmetics and skin-care products. The effects of the allergies can also be diverse starting with itchy and watery eyes, sneezing and rash, while leading to more severe symptoms which might require hospitalization. Allergies can be related to seasons, such as with hay fever, with many people familiar with that tingling sensation in the back of their throat and nose as soon as plants and flowers start to bloom.

Most people usually take some sort of anti-histamine to deal with these symptoms, but there are a plethora of natural remedies which work just as well, if not better, than over-the-counter relief. In fact, a simple cure starts with drinking more water! Dehydration is the cause of many allergies, with some studies claiming that three-quarters of the population suffers from negative health effects due to chronic dehydration.

Other remedies include taking natural supplements such as chamomile, elderflower, yarrow and boosting one’s immune system by ingesting garlic, angelica and Vitamin C. It’s also possible to help alleviate allergies by changing one’s diet to include more steamed and cooked vegetables, whole grains and vegetable juices, while also intaking probiotics.

The expert consultants at Nature Remedies are familiar with most types of allergies and which remedies work best. Each allergy is unique in its manifestation, so it’s important that you give as much information as possible to your consultant, in order for you to receive the recommendations most suitable for you.