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HayfeverHappened on 18 November 2007 | ( 0 ) Comments
Inflammation of the lining of the nose. Sometimes caused allergic rhinitis.
Don't wait until you get badly affected. A month before the season begins, eat plenty of:
Strawberries, raspberries, grapes for elagic acid - helps to detox pollutants. Works in the lining of the lungs, helping to bolster immunity to pollution. Also rich in vitamin C that blocks histamine release. Eat plenty of sardines, mackeral salmon, ground flaxseeds rich in omega 3 helps reduce inflammation. Camomile, sage and elderflower teas have an anti-inflammatory action. Green tea soothes constricted airways. Ginger, peppermint or anise teas acts as antihistamines. Foods can affect hayfever. Visit a kinesiologist trained to identify potential intolerances or avoid dairy products, sugar (dextrose, sucrose) oranges, artificial colours in foods.
Carrying out a 10 day Detox with a Healthy Starter Pack can really help your body to be less allergic. This should be done 1 month to 6 weeks before the hayfever season. Follow up with a good probiotic. We recommend Bifidophilus, since we have had people visiting our clinic have a much less allergic response to airborne allergies as a result of this treatment.
The following remedies act as natural anti histamines
Fenugreek and Fennel Combination- Herbal anti allergy formula
Quercetin 2 twice daily
High Potency EPA. Helps to start taking this 2 months before the season begins. Has many other helpful properties that treates the cause of the problem.
Doing a 10 day detox with the Healthy Starter Packcan really be helpful if done about 6 weeks before the season starts.
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