Does the spring season always leave you snuffled, itchy eyed and scampering for cover? You might just be one among the millions worldwide suffering from hay fever (allergic rhinitis). In case prescription drugs and antihistamines are only aggravating nasal dryness and clouding your brain then fret not as several alternative therapies could prove equally effective, if not, better in allaying discomforting side-effects.
At times the finest treatment is the thing ailing that person – which is precisely the idea behind the sub-lingual (underneath the tongue), prescription drops prepared from the offender plant one has allergy to. Within a time span of six weeks of its use, one could expect the need for conventional medicines plummeting by forty-two percent.
These drops are to be taken on an everyday basis for three to five years, almost analogous as that of allergy jabs. However, these drops could be administered by the sufferer that helps save numerous physician trips and money. One could locate recommending immunologists or allergists by visiting the site allergychoices.com (no follow).
Histamine presence in this plant is the same chemical which the body produces at the time of allergic reactions. Hence, by using stinging nettle the person becomes tolerant to the allergy-causing source. Duo tablets in three to four hourly time intervals during peak season of allergies are advisable. A great choice is the ‘Fresh Freeze Dried Stinging Nettle’ by maker Eclectic Inst. that comes to around eight dollars for a pack of ninety tablets which could be procured by visiting the site vitacost.com (no follow).
Locally Obtainable Honey
Ingestion of honey is helpful to several allergy patients as the pollens present in it assists the body in acclimating and becoming tolerant to the allergy source. Moreover, honey procured directly from the hives has anti-inflammatory and antibiotic traits for stimulating the immune system. Try sweetening your beverage with local produce of honey or chewing on honeycombs that cost just five dollars/pound at food marts.
Application of needles to specific points over the body helps in strengthening the immune system. A trial conducted by researcher Charlie Xue from the WHO noted that around twelve thirty-minute sessions of acupuncture helped allay allergy symptoms in over sixty percent of patients.
A single or duo sessions on a weekly basis for six to eight weeks during peak season is recommended with per session of acupuncture costing between fifty to 150 dollars. One could locate medical acupuncturists or medicalacupuncture at AAMA (American Academy of Medical Acupuncture).