Suffering from Allergies? Try These Natural Antihistamines!

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There are natural antihistamines available for allergies. Regardless of the season, everyone can suffer with allergies now and then. Common allergy triggers like certain kinds of foods or dust can cause them. Allergens can release histamines that attack the body’s cells. This results in symptoms such as runny nose, watery eyes and sneezing. Congestion, itching, sneezing and swelling of nasal passages are other common symptoms.

There are numerous antihistamines to choose from. However, most have numerous negative side effects that can outweigh any benefits. Natural antihistamines can put a stop to these symptoms that may be putting your health at risk.

First generation histamines can work by blocking the histamines. In addition, they are also capable of crossing the blood-brain barrier and interacting with a number of receptor sites. This causes a sedating effect that can induce a good night’s sleep. Being sedated isn’t necessarily dangerous but  interfere with the body’s recovery time. This is especially when the brain is normally storing memories and retaining learning. That sleepy feeling that’s brought on by antihistamines can result in impaired cognitive functions, memory problems and psycho motor performance.

The good news is there are many natural antihistamines  to ease allergies. Take a look at the list below:

Serrapeptase, Vitamin C, Probiotic

  • Serra Enzyme – Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme that digests certain types of protein and dissolve inflammation in the body. It breaks down dead  tissue, reducing swelling, redness and pain in the process. Serrapeptase also affects mucus production, improving the drainage process. SerraEnzyme 80,000IU is best for this purpose.
  • Vitamin C – Liposomal Vitamin C works as a potent antioxidant. It is capable of entering the bloodstream fairly quickly where it can work as an effective antihistamine. Vitamin C prevents histamine from forming rather than blocking the receptor sites. It’s also capable of reducing the inflammation and promoting a better immune response. Altrient C can help with this.
  • Soil Based Probiotic – A soil-based probiotic can help with maintaining GI tract microfloral ecologies. Probiotics can support the normal absorption of nutrients into the gut. Prescript-Assist can help for this purpose. It contains over 29 probiotic microflora mixed with a humic/fulvic acid prebiotic that enhances SBO proliferation. In addition, any allergies start in the gut as a sign that the body’s immune system is working overtime. A probiotic helps to improve many of the symptoms, making it an effective treatment for people with allergies.

Stinging Nettle, Colloidal Silver

  • Stinging Nettle – This is a common herb that is a natural antihistamine, often found in natural medicine. Research from the Northwestern Health Sciences University College of Chiropractic and the National College of Chiropractic Center supports its efficacy. This study explains that 58% of participants found relief for their symptoms after taking 300mg of freeze-dried nettles daily.
  • Colloidal Silver – This can promote a strong immune system and help it to work more efficiently. It can help to reduce fatigue and has no side effects. Hydrosol Silver is the ideal choice if you have any kind of allergies, rhinitis, laryngitis, etc.

4 Comments

  1. Eli Topper (Ph.D. N.D.)

    December 11, 2015 at 5:57 pm

    I would like to buy the Serrapeptase and all the supplements form the book “The Miracle Enzyme Is Serrapeptase”. What WEB to visit for buying ?
    Regards, Eli Topper

  2. Eric Gendell

    October 12, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    I have COPD Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis . I have been using Serrapeptase for about 4 months with miraculous results. My lung functioning is near normal, although I stiil need to regulate mucus and phlegm production.
    My question is that since Serrapeptase dissolves corrupted lung tissue, I was wondering whether there would be any issues or side-effects taking the serapeptase through an inhaler or with a humidifier as a direct delivery system.
    Through research and study I have developed effective treatment protocols for all my health issues, I am planning on formulating a mixture including ginger and several other plants and herbs.
    I would like to recommend to all people with respiratory problems a vegan diet, strenuous cardiovascular exe using a neti pot o clear out the sinuses every morning and the use of a Himalayan salt inhaler which I recently purchased on Amazon for less than $10.00 which is highly effective

    • Lindsay Powers

      October 12, 2017 at 2:55 pm

      Hello Eric, no there is no benefit to inhaling the serrapeptase, it is best to allow it to absorb via digestion.
      It’s great to hear you are feeling so much benefit from using the serrapeptase already and thank you for sharing your story with us.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

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