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Published on April 19th, 2012 | by No Artificial


Natural Remedies for Seasonal Allergies


Seasonal allergies affect millions of people around the world. They are the result of a sensitivity to airborne substances (such as pollens), which are released from plants and trees at specific times of the year—particularly the spring, summer, or fall—depending on what a person is allergic to.

Seasonal allergies cause hay fever, whose symptoms include runny nose, puffy, watery or itchy eyes and sneezing. There are many over-the-counter and prescription medicines that can significantly relieve all these unpleasant symptoms. But they can also have serious side effects, such as dizziness, drowsiness, nausea or weakness. The good news is there are some natural remedies that are medically proven to help control seasonal allergies symptoms without any side effects.

Neti Pot

Neti pot, a small pot that looks like a miniature teapot, has been used for hundreds, possibly thousands of years in India and nearby regions by Yogis and Ayurvedic practitioners.
The basic explanation of how the Neti pot works is that it thins mucus with the allergens and helps flush it out of the nasal passages. You can purchase a neti pot in your local pharmacy and it usually comes with an insert that explains how to use it.

Natural Saline Nasal Spray

Saline nasal sprays can stop allergic reactions before they start. By keeping nasal passages moist and clear they prevent allergens from building up in the cilia of the nose. They can help soften mucus, causing it to drain more easily. Additives and preservatives in commercial saline nasal sprays can cause irritation. You can remedy either problem by simply making natural saline sprays at home and your only costs are those of distilled water (8 oz), non-iodized, kosher salt (1/4 tsp) and baking soda (1/4 tsp).

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is not only a powerful antioxidant but it is also a mast cell “stabilizer.” Mast cells are tiny cells that line the mucous membranes and they mediate inflammatory responses such as hypersensitivity and allergic reactions. They release histamine, when they are exposed to allergens. Histamine in the bloodstream is the cause of hay fever symptoms. Vitamin C makes mast cells less reactive, thus reducing allergy symptom. Take 1000 mg of vitamin C each day to fight your seasonal allergies.

Apple Cider Vinegar

It also blocks the histamine reaction and reduces inflammation. Make sure you the buy the raw, unfiltered, and organic type of apple cider vinegar. If you don’t like the smell of vinegar you can mix 1 teaspoon of apple cider with * oz warm water. You can add honey to taste. Drink it up twice a day

Local Raw Honey

By drinking local raw honey you can also build up a strong tolerance to seasonal pollens from your area. The theory being that the local honey acts like a vaccine, because your local bees are more likely to collect pollen from the local flowers. Introducing these pollens should make the body adapted to their presence, which decreases the immune system’s response to release histamine.


ABC News: Spring Allergies Are Back: Five Natural Ways to Put Them in Check
“1801 Home Remedies”; Editors of Reader’s Digest; 2004 Seasonal Allergies


The information provided on is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek professional medical advice from your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
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  2. Effective management of allergic diseases relies on the ability to make an accurate diagnosis. Allergy testing can help confirm or rule out allergies.Correct diagnosis, counseling and avoidance advice based on valid allergy test results will help reduce the incidence of symptoms, medications and improve quality of life.,”.,

  3. Margarita Sporman says:

    Eye allergies, also called ocular allergies or allergic conjunctivitis, affect one in five Americans. Though the symptoms they cause can be annoying — not to mention unbecoming — they pose little threat to eyesight other than temporary blurriness. But red, itchy, burning, and puffy eyes can be caused also by infections and other conditions that do threaten eyesight. So, it’s smart to see your doctor if eye symptoms don’t get better with self-help strategies or over-the-counter allergy remedies.;';:

  4. Cristopher Clemence says:

    Pollen is a fine powder released by plants as part of their reproductive cycle. Pollen contains proteins that can cause the nose, eyes, throat and sinuses (small air-filled cavities behind your cheekbones and forehead) to become swollen, irritated and inflamed.`::”

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  6. Stella Sotelo says:

    I just started track and I have noticed that it is hard for me to breath at practice. I also ran cross country earlier in the year and my breathing was never a problem so I suspect that it is grass/pollen allergies. The football field that we run around in ALL dead. The grass is brown and flakes up just by running on it. The problem is that I feel like my chest is constricted and I am not able to take in enough air. I do not have a runny nose though I do get dizzy (possibly because I’m running with limited oxygen..) I also had this problem last year during track, but I never thought to attribute it to allergies (I thought it was asthma, but I now know that it is not). I am able to run 10 miles off campus and my breathing is perfectly fine so I think that there is a very good chance that it is the grass that is giving me problems. What are some over-the-counter/ natural remedies for by allergies?
    Thank you,

  7. Stella Sotelo says:

    animal dander, hay, and grass make me sneeze, itchy throat,and itchy watery eyes

  8. Carrie Major says:

    Hoping an individual understands of a natural treatment for seasonal allergies. I typically get them close to this time of year, ragweed, and I can’t get my nose to stop running. Please give me your recommendations that work!!!! THANKS!!!

  9. Lizzie Galatioto says:

    It appears I am finding much more and much more seasonal allergy symptoms each and every year. My symptoms are acquiring to the position where no make a difference wherever I am, indoors or outdoors, I am obtaining dry coughing hacking attacks. Avoidance of my allergy symptoms is not an selection anymore. My home is cleaned regularly, and we have air conditioning, so I have accomplished what I can environmentally. I am hoping also the netti pot which is not performing anything.

    I have heard of using raw honey, and I would like to know of any natural treatments or long lasting remedies that any person has tried.

  10. Maggie Saucier says:

    I’m suffering from the classic spring time allergies, they normally very last the greater aspect of the spring, now i want to get rid of it, or even just chill them out a bit, with no taking a tablet each day.
    I was just questioning if there was a organic remedy for this??

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