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Natural ways to overcome allergies

by Nancy Sacks May 29, 2019

Natural ways to overcome allergies

Allergies are here

Allergy season is in full swing. One in six people suffer from pollen allergies, also called hay fever or seasonal allergic rhinitis. Over 55 million Americans are experiencing symptoms such as watery eyes, stuffy nose, sneezing, coughing, wheezing and hives.

Allergies occur when molds release their spores, and trees, grasses, and weeds release tiny pollen particles into the air to fertilize other plants.

What causes allergies? 

Allergies and their uncomfortable symptoms occur when our immune system overreacts to harmless pollen. Our body releases chemicals, including histamine to fight off this perceived threat.

Seasonal Pollen

When is Pollen the worst? 

Pollen levels depend on the temperature, rainfall, sunlight and weather conditions and can vary by month and day.

Naturally fight pollen 

Ingesting low levels of the current pollen in your area may help you become less sensitive to it and experience fewer symptoms. This is the philosophy behind homeopathic remedies.

Consuming raw organic local honey will have small amounts of the current pollen and has been shown to help boost immunity.

Local bee pollen supplements can also help and are a great addition to your smoothie.

Other strategies: 
Check current pollen levels in your city online at

During times of high pollen levels: 

  • Minimize outdoor activity in the morning between 5:00 and 10:00 a.m. when pollen levels are at their highest, or on rainy, cloudy or windless days when pollen is dispersed slowly.
  • Keep car windows closed while driving.
  • Avoid lawn mowing and leaf raking which stir up pollens.
  • Keep windows closed at home to prevent airborne pollens from coming indoors.
  • Consider using a HEPA air purifier.

We recommend these natural products to fight pollen allergies:


Aller-Caps by Premier Research Laps

Aller-Caps is a comprehensive herbal formula for detoxification of allergic reactions. Quantum AllerCaps was formulated to support the adrenals, spleen, pituitary, and thymus and provides substantial support for the body's own natural anti-inflammatory and detoxification processes.

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Airborne Allersode by Professional Complementary Health

Provides homeopathic aid in support of adverse symptoms associated with allergies. Airborne Allersode provides remedies in low potencies (1 x to 6 x ) to help the body de-sensitize to multiple airborne allergens. 

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Alli Hist Relief by Biogenesis


AlliHist Relief provides nutritional and herbal support for healthy nasal‚ sinus and lung function. Helps the body reduce sensitivity to airborne substances. Made with botanicals and enzymes without the typical sedating effects of antihistamine ingredients.

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LVR by Pure Encapsulations


Maintaining good liver health is a key component in helping the body to filter pollens and other contaminants, which helps to minimize histamine reactions.
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Yours in Health,



Dr. Nancy Sacks

Nancy Sacks
Nancy Sacks


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