Help For Hay Fever


Sufferers should follow these tips:

Hay fever is a widespread name of pollen allergy, the main symptom of which is allergic rhinitis. The term ‘hay fever’, appeared in 1829 and today it is no longer relevant, because the disease has nothing to do with hay or fever conditions. Hay fever is primarily accompanied by rhinitis – inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the nasal cavity. In cases where the inflammatory response is caused by allergies, rhinitis is assigned an allergic type, while allergenic substances are considered to be allergens.

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Herbal infusions and teas, of course, will hardly solve the problem fully, but without a doubt, natural hay fever remedies will help to eliminate repressive effects. In addition, natural medications strengthen the immune system and provide a strong anti-inflammatory effect, reducing fatigue and allergy symptoms, thus:

·       Ginger boasts incredible anti-inflammatory properties. Take advantage of the ready-made teas at Make me feel.. if you are too busy to prepare the drink…. However, if you are looking to press for a more pronounced effect, take a piece of fresh ginger (about 50 g), rub it, squeeze the juice and mix it with a teaspoon of honey and pour two cups of boiled, but not hot water. This drink dilutes bronchial secretions, contributes to effortless breathing and improves the immune system.

·       Green tea blocks the production of histamine, responsible for allergic symptoms, but, above all, it is indispensable when it comes to enhancing immunity. Peppermint tea opens the nose and paranasal sinuses; and relieves allergic cough attack.



·       Bromelain release inflammation

·       Co Q10 improves oxygenation and immunity

·       Quercetin a bioflavonoid that stabilizes the membranes of the cells that release histamine, which triggers allergic symptoms.

·       Bcomplex help proper functioning of the immune system

·       Zinc boost immune   and more…..

Herbal medicine

Yarrow is great for relieving hay fever symptoms

Golden seal is your throat is itchy,

Stinging nettle, cherry bark, turmeric and more….



You may also want to try inhalations, for effective nasal congestion elimination, thereby facilitating

breathing and

preventing headaches. Add a few drops of eucalyptus essential oil in a bowl with hot water, cover it with

a towel and inhale the steams. It is highly likely you will feel a significant difference after the first procedure.

Chamomile demonstrates decent effectiveness both in the form of tea, and as an inhalation anesthetic.

Drenching a cloth with oil of chamomile and lemon and use the compression for nasal inhalations. This powerful combination deals with the symptoms of allergic rhinitis safely and confidently.

Ginger boasts incredible anti-inflammatory properties.

Peppermint tea opens the nose and paranasal sinuses; andrelieves allergic cough attack.


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Sufferers should follow these tips….

  • Wear wraparound sunglasses to reduce the amount of pollen or spores that enter your eyes.
  • Spread Vaseline around the edge of each nostril to trap or block pollen.
  • Dry clothes indoors rather than on the washing line, as damp clothes collect pollen.
  • Take those shoes off, your favorite wedges might be what’s tracking pollutants, allergens and toxins in your home.
  • Wipe your shoes on a mat and store away.
  • Wash away pollen. When it finds its way into your hair, it can transfer onto your pillow causing further irritation at night; a warm shower before bed can minimise the impact.
  • Change clothes when you come indoors after spending time outside
  • Keep windows and doors shut during blossoming (and in your car)
  • If you are a man with facial hair, cleaning your mustache and/or beard with soap and water or shampoo twice a day will cut down on the symptoms

 Enjoy these foods to help hay fever

Make these foods part of your daily diet to reduce the effects of hay fever:

• Garlic, green tea and onions, contain quercetin, a natural anti-histamine

• Brightly colored fruit and vegetables – berries, sweet potato, butternut squash and tomatoes contain

beta-carotene (antioxidant), which reduces histamine output from immune cells.

• Oily fish like sardines, salmon and mackerel which are rich in the anti-inflammatory omega 3 oils

which may reduce the production of inflammatory chemicals.

• Onions and apples (skin on) are rich in quercetin which is a natural anti-histamine

• Local honey preferably still with the honeycomb, only in moderation though. It is thought that the pollen

in the honey may be protective, with a potentially natural immunizing effect.

• Cut sugar – refined sugar triggers a rise and fall of blood sugar levels, which causes an adrenaline surge that activates histamine release. Avoid cakes, chocolate, coffee, dairy. Packaged foods, pies and soft drink.

• Avoid smoking and alcohol, increase the production of mucus for eye and irritation.