What are the best natural remedies for pollen season?

Pollen season is here !! What are the best natural remedies?
Lori Villarreal
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A spoon of local raw honey a couple of times a day

Holley Bain
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^ Agree! Also, make some local bee pollen tea! Add the honey in that as well!

Jennifer Oliver
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Would share your recipe?

Gloria Elliott 3 years

Yes would love recipe

Anna Morris 3 years

I do a tablespoon to 2, of bee pollen and steep it in hot water(after boiling) roughly a cup of water, for about 15 minutes. Add honey to taste and drink!! I like the taste of it so I use 2 tablespoons.

Jennifer Oliver 3 years

Make sure it’s all local. We have a fruit stand about a minute from our house here in Florida

Jennifer Oliver 3 years

I had horrible allergies. I was on Zyrtec, Sudafed, Flonase and a night prescription. I started Juice Plus because a friend recommended it. I doubted it very much. But I’m happy to say I am no longer on any medication. It helped my health in many other ways. I feel amazing.

Tamara Mcdermott
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Actual bee pollen, I buy it with honey from a local company. A tsp a few times a day BEFORE or right at height of season.

Pamela Bland
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I had a reaction from my local bee pollen. I only took a tiny amount

Lori Villarreal 3 years

Me too. As long as you don't/have never went into anaphylactic shock, (I didn't) I built up my immunity towards stuff I have an allergic reaction to. I even can wear nickel plated jewelry now.... Which I couldn't a few yrs ago. All my life I would get allergic reactions to different things. I went thru years of allergy injections and quit getting them. I was allergic to everything. I realize doctors scare people now a days. When I was a kid, we never heard of anaphylactic shock. I definitely don't want to give a person information and just because it worked for me.... Doesn't mean it will work for everybody. It takes alot of dedication. One needs to know what your getting into. I believe we should expose ourselves to things we have reactions to, instead of shying AWAY from them. That's just me tho. You need to know your histamine triggers too.

Pamela Bland 3 years

Quercetin

Ulliana Walsh
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Just a caution. Those who have slow COMT shouldn’t take this. İ was hoping.

Rebecca Hatfield 3 years

Rebecca Hatfield COMT?

Ann Rowell 3 years

Ann, it’s a genetic mutation. The enzyme pathway it involves breaks down compound like quercetin, plus estrogen, plus dopamine, things like that. Quercetin is found in... İ think chocolate, green tea, berries. I think. I know it’s found in a lot of those foods, i may be adding ones that it’s not found in though that other compounds are found that are broken down on that same pathway.

Rebecca Hatfield 3 years

Rebecca Hatfield I didn’t know. Thank you for info.

Ann Rowell 3 years

Local honey everyday, use a neti pot twice daily, homeopathic Sabadil (made by Boiron) if you’re still having issues.

Marie English
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It is my understanding that most allergies are gut related... That doesn't mean that they don't get worse at certain seasonal changes, but, if you heal your gut... Most allergies will disappear or be way more manageable... Blessings...

Evelyn Mccormick
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Been working on that. Can’t be complete until all my Amalgam fillings are out

Lori Villarreal 3 years

NeilMed Sinus Rinse EVERY DAMN DAY when you're done being outside.

Michael Akers
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Camomile tea and local honey, works everytime, honey must be local to where you are

John Lynch
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I use a mixture of lemon, lavender,and peppermint in coconut oil. It works so good for me I even quit using my dry eye drops.

Terry Carey
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Local honey daily (3 tbsp), respiratory essential oil blend both diffused aromatically and applied topically after diluting when it flares up. Ask me if you need details.

Kristian Jacob
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So i have been looking into things.

Here’s what i have found.

Nettle tea (possibly nettle infusions) i havent seen any help though. But then.... I’m pretty sensitive.

If it’s Honey it MUST be from this season and local to you. If it’s not it’s not as effective. Likely also needs to be from what you’re allergic to. I’m only allergic to grass, may be why it hasn’t helped me much.

Vitc. Two times a day around 2,000 dosing.

Magnesium can sometimes help.

Staying clean. I wash my hands a lot, make sure to rinse out my nose daily. Sometimes twice. I am likely going to start showering twice a day. Have to in the morning to do my hair for work and at night because i need to be clean to sleep. Quick showers for me though. I keep unscented gentle baby wipes on hands to keep my hands and face clean.

I struggle with contacts - so i use glasses or sometimes sunglasses are enough with contacts.

I’m also looking at avoiding high histamine foods. So anything fermented, cheese (I’m dairy free anyways but was looking at re-introducing cheese, but not during summer), spinach, avocados, meat like salami, left overs can contain more histamines as well.

I’m going kind of all in because i am extremely sensitive right now. Not sure if you are, but since I know i am I am addressing this from every avenue possible.

Rebecca Hatfield
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Local honey

Jo Mellen Mckinley
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Get your gut in check! My allergies have gotten so much better since starting plexus

Katie Fournier
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Bee pollen and raw honey each day. Should be local

Kerry Groves
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What’s bee pollen do?

Sage Corona 3 years

Local honey

Lisa Novak
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Nettles, essential oils

Petya Baker
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Allergy pill morning and night

Stephannie Price
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Nettle tea with raw local honey

Dakota Bush
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I have read that allergies stem from leaky gut and other gut related issues and that a probiotic can help.. Any success stories with that ?

Tls Mcconnell
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Quercetin with bromelain

Nicole Clinton
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We use a Essential Oils recipe for a roller, capsule and diffuser let me know if you’d like the recipe!

Amber Carlton
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Juice Plus!

Caitlan Santiago
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vitman c

Kathy Leary
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Water

Lyle Chappell
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oil of oregano capsules daily

Terra Alvarado
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Green drinks and "bee pollen" from Honeyman. Start with 2 tiny pebbles and build up. Naturopathic physicians also make homeopathic formulas from the local towns.

Jana Hickey
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local bee pollen or honey. And going gluten free helped me so I don't really have seasonal allergies anymore.

Meredith Samuel
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Shelly Stringer
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Local honey

Dianna Carrillo
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Eucalyptus oil in the shower

Dianna Carrillo
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Rosemary essential oil on your forehead and neck. Or eat some horseradish, clears the sinuses fast.

Nornee Novak
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Lavender, lemon and peppermint essential oils combined works great for pollen/allergy/sinus issues and also raw local honey

Mia Gould
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Breathe Again

Shannon Shea
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Nrf2 Activation the

Caroline Cates
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Never heard of this

Lori Villarreal 3 years

Its amazing it reduces oxidative stress in the body dramatically. Oxidative stress is linked to allergies

Caroline Cates 3 years

Vit C

Danny Marin
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Raw local honey daily.

Kenda Vann
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Local honey

Amy Lockwood
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I diffuse a blend of lavender, peppermint, tea tree and lemonE. O.'s every morning. That has gotten me off of 2 daily allergy pills and weekly shots. I've been medication free for 4 years and have no trouble anymore.

Jane Michel
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Local raw honey

Elizabeth Lozano
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Vit c

Kathy Leary
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Neil med saline rinse and Local raw honey

Denise Ramirez
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Vitamin C /ascorbic acid is not a natural supplement it’s synthetic. Use whole Food C as a natural supplement. It’s ground dehydrated lemon & orange rind made into tablets. İts high in copper, which fights infection!

Monika Ladner
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Do you recommend a brand

Tls Mcconnell 3 years

I’m using innate response formula. It’s from a whole food no added synthetic vitamins. I follow Morley Robbins & he explains all the info to why & why not when he recommends anything. He’s not selling the product only sourcing the best natural supplements round the world.

Monika Ladner 3 years

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Monika Ladner 3 years

Monika Ladner thank hou

Tls Mcconnell 3 years

So you don’t use aa or sa at all ?

Tls Mcconnell 3 years
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essential oils peppermint, lemon, lavender are great. You can diffuse them in the diffuser and breath in directly and clean the air around you as well. If interested let me know. I use Young Living essential oils, great quality and can be use for so many other things. I can give you more info, pm me if interested.

Diana Peterson
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No to ascorbic acid, what's sa?

Monika Ladner
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Morleys explains what it does to the cells uptake of minerals etc. Vitamin D is a hormone & not recommended as it dysregulates copper Ceruloplasmin. ( Ceruloplasmin is the protein that carries copper, zinc in the blood) by upsetting the copper balance (copper fights infections) u upset all the mineral balance in the cells. Mineral balance produce the enzymes we need to run our body. When u use antibiotics they not only kill good &'bad bacteria but they draw out the copper from our liver. It's hard to replace. The whole food C is integral to increasing the copper, as is grass fed liver. I use encapsulated liver capsules, they ave 2 x copper to 1 x iron. Magnesium without the added vitamins, potassium ( sourced through cream of tarter) sodium ( good grade salt,) there's more. Ancestral diet is recommend also, it's a good source of minerals etc & the way grain is treated plus breads & flour have all the synthetic vitamins added to them.

Monika Ladner
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LOCAL honey

Scott Mckinley
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Heal your gut! Allergies come from leaky gut.

Jeannie Bowers
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