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Best of The Best Natural Healing for Allergies

Okay, It's a allergy thang!  Allergy is a abnormal immune system response to "foreign particles"  known as allergens including pollen, dust, mold, and food. Although the particles are normally not harmful they tend to trigger a allergic reaction for millions of people. Allergies are best treated with prevention and lifestyle adjustments. It is just time to step-up and take charge of your health the natural way. The natural approach can combat most allergy problems.

Are you searching for ways to remedied allergies? Look no further. Let's see what medical professionals are saying about how to rid  yourself of hayfever.

  1. Drink plenty of water - According to acupuncturist, Afua Bromley drinking lots of water flushes out the toxic buildup, while freeing up your immune system to fight allergens.
  2. Herbal Remedies - Naturopathic doctor, Sir Abdulla Smith-Ford encourages you to drink teas with ginger and red clover.
  3. Change your diet - Lay off foods that offense your immune system including yeast, soy, sugar, wheat, and milk especially during hayfever season. The immune system becomes so involve in fighting inflammation as a result of those foods that it can't cleanse your body of the allergens you are inhaling, says  Courtney Witherspoon, D.O.M., practitoner.
  4.  Alternative medicine - Bromley is also recommending a combination of acupuncture, acupressure and nutritional advice.
These remedies are sure to be perfect for that allergy moment and what an amazing reliefing effect to those allergy symptoms.  Here's to you good health, love and laughter!
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Key Terms

decoction- a healing remedy that is made by boiling roots, stems and bark of a herb.

infusion- herbal remedy made by boiling the leaves, flowers, or petals of the herb in empty teabags or a clean cloth.

tincture-homemade remedy made with herbs and 100 proof vodka.


All information provided at Supreme Healing Remedies is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute medical advice and should not be used as such.