An estimated 25 million Americans suffer from spring allergies associated with tree, grass, and weed pollen. Airborne pollen is the most common cause of seasonal allergies, also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis.
Worldwide, hay fever affects between 10-30 percent of the population,1 making springtime a season of discomfort rather than joy for many.
Most people turn to antihistamines, decongestants, nasal sprays, and allergy shots to address their symptoms. Unfortunately, many of these drugs can cause significant side effects, and relief tends to be short-lived. Moreover, they dont address the underlying cause of your allergies.
The good news is that you do have optionsdrugs are not your only viable alternative. Also, taking a few preventive steps to avoid known triggers may help keep your allergy symptoms as minimal as possible.(1)
Juice Recipe for Allergies
- 6 oz Carrot
- 2 oz Celery
- 2 oz Pineapple
- 1 oz. Beets
- Add everything into the juicer
- Mix well and drink to your health!
Explanation: Pineapple contains bromelain (enzyme), which is approved by the German government (Commission E) as a treatment for inflammation and swelling of the nose, ear, and sinuses.In addition to fresh juice, a neti pot can be used as cheap and effective natural tool to relieve sinus allergies.