An allergy is a hypersensitivity reaction that occurs when your immune system reacts to a substance, especially a certain food, pollen, dander, or dust, that enters or comes into contact with your body.
The naturopathic approach to allergies is to identify why the person has allergies and then treat the cause of the problem. You can also get information about the naturopathic allergy treatment via the web.
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Herbal treatment can be done in the form of capsules, drops, or tea. Some of the most commonly used treatments:
Green tea – This is a natural antihistamine which, when taken regularly for about 2 weeks, will help prevent congestion.
Local Honey – Consuming local honey exposes your immune system to local pollens and theoretically increases desensitization.
Nettles and butterflies – These can block allergies and antihistamines without a prescription. Nettle is a promising natural treatment for hay fever (an allergy associated with inflammation of the lining of the nose), but more research is needed.
Licorice Root – They increase the levels of steroids that are naturally produced in the body. It also helps you breathe easier and cough less.
Fish oil – especially by reducing eosinophil activity, omega-3 fatty acids can better support lung function and prevent asthma and allergy symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, and runny nose.
Naturopathy works alongside conventional medicine and helps strengthen the immune system, treat allergy symptoms and improve your general well-being. Therefore naturopathic therapy sessions can help.