Welcome to Summer! The weather is warmer, the days longer, the winter has finally passed! As the flowers bloom, grass grows, and trees begin to bud, pollen gets released into the air and suddenly things take a turn for you. Sneezing, wheezing, coughing, and breathing difficulties may wreak havoc on your body as your seasonal allergies attack. It’s that time of year when 60 million Americans begin searching for the best natural remedies for their dreaded seasonal allergy symptoms.
We Can Help
Besides locking yourself inside for the season or taking daily medications, we have some natural remedies for seasonal allergies! These remedies are designed to support your immune system over the long term, and reduce allergy symptoms. But first be sure to discuss your symptoms with your health care provider, especially if you suffer from asthma. A doctor can help you identify your specific allergy triggers and discuss a plan with you in the case of a flare-up.
Now, let’s discuss some seasonal allergy remedy supplements to get you feeling your best:
Probiotics boost the way your body deals with allergens— including pollen and air pollution. If you are game for fewer allergy symptoms, you may want to consider adding a probiotic supplement to your daily routine. Scientific research has shown a connection between probiotics and reduced problems related to allergies. By helping modify the immune system, probiotics can also help with respiratory illnesses, urinary tract infections, and yeast infections. Read more about Probiotics here: Gut Health 101 Probiotics & Prebiotics
Healthier Version of You tip: Dr. Tobias Deep Immune Probiotics 4.4 Billion are made with built-in prebiotics. Prebiotics are the ‘food’ for the probiotics which encourages them to multiply and grow. Both are essential for your gut health and immune system. This is a great everyday supplement for both men and women.
If you’re familiar with milk thistle, you may know the seeds of the plant are great for the liver and for detoxification. Thanks to these liver benefits, milk thistle does something else that’s quite helpful for seasonal allergies in particular: reduces inflammation.
A compound extracted from milk thistle (called silibinin) may soothe inflammation caused by allergic reactions, according to research. It may also improve breathing and soothe itchiness related to allergies, asthma and eczema, too.
Have you ever heard of reishi? It’s a natural ingredient known to support many different health systems, especially the immune system.
Consuming reishi may help your allergies— that is, if you keep up on it daily. Studies suggest reishi helps lower both inflammation and histamine levels. Histamine is responsible for the sniffles, itchiness, and puffiness you get with seasonal allergies. As such, an herbal supplement with reishi may definitely be worth a try to bring you some natural relief from your seasonal allergy symptoms.
This curry spice may have a lot to offer for allergy sufferers out there. Research shows turmeric can be one of the most helpful herbal supplements for many types of inflammation, including arthritis. But it could help allergy inflammation, too.
One study on animals showed that turmeric helped soothe irritated airways. Sound familiar? That’s right: turmeric could help with seasonal allergies as well as the discomfort that comes with them. That said, taking turmeric every day could be one of the best natural remedies for seasonal allergies.
For the Best Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergies
Interested in trying one (or more) of these natural seasonal allergy remedies? Explore them in our many supplement formulas including:
- Probiotics 30 Billion
- Deep Immune Probiotics
- Liver 21 Day Cleanse (contains milk thistle)
- Candida Support (contains reishi mushroom)
- Turmeric Curcumin
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