3 Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergies

Allergies suck, amiright? First, the never ending need to scratch at your eyeballs which results in red, puffy eyes. Then you've got the sneezing and the intense aversion to being outside when it finally becomes warm enough to enjoy the great outdoors after a long, cold winter. No fun.  Let's look at three natural ways to combat these unappealing symptoms.

1. Fish Oil. Essential fatty acids actually help to boost your immune system and calm down your reactions. 

2. Essential Oils. Perhaps the most popular allergy blend is lavender, peppermint and lemon. You can diffuse this in your home, or apply the blend to your feet. 

3. Supplements like quercetin, Traditional Chinese Medicine tinctures, and homeopathy can help to dull the intense symptoms. 

 

Disclaimer:  Any supplements mentioned are purely my opinion. These videos are to inspire individuals to be their own health advocates and are not to be taken as medical advice. I am not a Medical Doctor. Please see your medical doctor or holistic practitioner for advice about which nutritional supplements and doses may be beneficial to your health prior to starting any product.