Any Natural Antihistamines or Allergy Blockers for Airborne Allergens? I’m looking for effective antihistamines or allergy blockers for airborne allergens. The pollens are too much this year, in progress Respiratory Juliet Ziemann 2 Answers 1504 views 0
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Going to list out a few natural ways to effectively negate the effects of airborne allergens:
Do you use a Neti Pot? It really helps me. I always use it when I come in from outside and several times throughout the day. I also take local honey and Manuka honey daily, plus extra virgin coconut oil. I also heard people talking about taking this — Histaminum Hydrochloricum — for allergies. I have never heard of it, but they were saying it works great for them. So it may be an option.
I do not use a neti pot but have in the past. I kept giving myself ear and sinus infections ????. I know, I'm a rare case!
It's one of several issues of my body not developing properly at an early age. Instead, I opt for either a quick hot shower or a hot wet towel to my face & clear/clean my nostrils as best I can.
I figure that something's better than nothing. I have found some local raw honey that I plan to pick up in the morning.
You have to be very careful using the neti pot. I always wait a few minutes before blowing my nose because if you do it too soon, it pushes the water into the ears.
Found out the hard way on that. Plus I wait about 5 minutes or so and stand leaned over with my head down for a minute just to be sure everything is drained out. If anything is left when you stand it will run out.
I'm not even supposed to go swimming, so I should have known better about the neti pot. It makes perfect sense that it works for most people when used correctly though.