If you have allergies, there are plenty of medications to choose from. But you may not want to take drugs that make you feel listless or strange. Or perhaps you’re tired of using nasal sprays for allergy treatment. Allergies are caused by the immune system’s overreaction to a harmless substance, such as animal dander or pollen. Like allergy medication, some natural supplements can help by blocking the chemical reactions that result in allergy symptoms.
elderberries and elderflowers - The high immunity-boosting compounds in the elderberry work to treat mild asthma. Apart from strengthening the respiratory tract, they can treat seasonal allergies like hay fever, rashes, and swellings due to allergies as well. Since allergies involve an overreaction of the immune system as well as inflammation, the herb’s ability to improve immune function and calm inflammation can help provide allergy relief.
gingko - is packed with anti-allergic compounds and possesses seven varieties of anti-histamines which make it incredibly effective for the natural cure of allergies. Gingko Biloba is rich in ginkgolides which work to provide relief from the symptoms of allergy attacks, asthma, and other lung disorders by the natural cure of inflammation.
ginger - its anti-histamine and anti-inflammatory properties work wonders for the alleviation of the symptoms of allergies.
astralgus & reishi mushroom - help in the modulation and regulation of the response of the immune system. These medicinal mushrooms contain polysaccharide compounds that work in the improvement of cellular functioning and signaling.
licorice root - can help build up an immunity to allergens.
anise seed - anti-inflammatory compounds that make it soothing and relaxing both mentally and physically, for conditions like arthritis, gout, headaches, and chronic injuries. With antiviral and antibacterial compounds in these powerful seeds they make an excellent immune system booster. Functioning as an expectorant and an anti-inflammatory agent, anise seed can soothe any irritation in the respiratory tracts, ease your need to cough and soothe sore throats, while also neutralizing the underlying infection or pathogen causing the symptoms.
chamomile - a natural anti-histamine, chamomile has potent anti-allergenic effects and that these effects were linked to the ability of chamomile to inhibit the release of histamine
echinacea - may also help allergies as it helps to support the immune system which will be under pressure to fight off allergens. Echinacea is traditionally used to balance immune system functions as it stabilises an over-reactive response. It also reduces the severity of inflammatory symptoms by lowering the production of inflammatory chemicals in the body.
golden rod - is one of the best herbs for allergies and respiratory issues. It helps to thin the mucus and expel it from the nasal passage, sinuses, and chest thereby providing relief from congestion and suffocation.
nettle - could be effective in reducing symptoms caused by the production of histamine such as inflammation. Nettle is full of iron, calcium, antioxidants and even vitamin C which can help to support the immune system. This may give further support to the idea that it may help allergies.
Adults use 1ml one - three times a day when needed with a small cup of water to help assist with allergy conditions.
Children - use one drop per every five pounds of weight one-three times a day as needed.
organic non gmo vegetable glycerin, carbon filtered water, elderberries and elderflowers, gingko, ginger, astralgus root, licorice root, anise seed, chamomile, echinacea, goldenrod, reishi, nettle.