Home » Medicine, Sgt. Doom » Natural Cures for Allergies – Part 2

As I was saying last time – today I will continue talking about organic salt and allergies, and also about other natural remedies to cure and prevent allergies.

Our bodies create antibodies to attack the neutral substances from the environment our immune system doesn’t like, which is what liberates histamine, which is responsible for allergies or asthma. So in order to treat or prevent allergies, we have to look and the histamine inflammatory system first and see the roles the hydration level and whole salts level play.

The best salt to buy is either the organic sea salt or the Himalayan salt, which you can easily find in normal or bio-eco stores and supermarkets. Don’t eat more salt, but make sure the one you eat is bio.


Omega-3 fatty foods

Fish is not for everyone’s taste, but it should be in everyone’s diet. Together with hard boiled eggs, flaxseed oil and walnuts they make for the perfect anti-allergic agent. The ideal intake of fish should be 3 times per week. One thing though: it matters A LOT where the fish comes from, don’t buy it if you are not sure about its origin. Hard-boiled eggs are good if you eat them 3 times a week, but don’t overdo it. Keep everything in balance.

Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle is a natural antihistamine, but it doesn’t have side effects as drugs usually do. It’s easy to find in the U.S. in many forms – teas, tinctures, capsules, just pick what you like best. You can use it on a daily basis for prevention, for instance 5 drops of tincture a day or a cup of tea, or just when you’re affected by them. It will keep the allergy away for a few hours; you can take another dose after that. Even if there are no side effects, you shouldn’t overdo it. If it gets worse, you better consult a doctor.

Warm water and lemon juice

This is probably something you’ve heard before; starting the day with a glass of warm water with some lemon juice you squeezed yourself can be magical. It will eliminate the toxins from your body, strengthen your immunity and ease your digestion. And of course, it helps keep the allergies away if you add a teaspoon of honey to it.

However, don’t buy honey from the supermarket; it’s not natural so it will only cause you troubles. Go directly to the beekeepers association and buy it from there. Once you taste the real thing, you will know how to detect the fake one and you won’t be able to stop eating it.

I hope you follow these advices; whether you have or you don’t have allergies, they can keep you in good health.


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