Fall Allergies are Here!

allergyYes, it’s definitely been wacky weather here in So Cal. The unusual humidity and rain we have had makes for a very confusing time for our bodies. Also, the ragweed pollen was detected earlier than normal this year so lots of us are already suffering with the sneezy, itchy eye, sinus headache and wheezing issues associated with those pollens.

So what can we do to prevent or deal with allergies naturally? First off, I suggest using the combination homeopathic drops Pollen/Hayfever. These amazing drops will help to de-sensitize you to a wide variety of pollens. This is the original version used to help allergy sufferers, which were so effective that doctors started using this concept in an allergy shot form! They are safe for everyone and you can use any specific type of drops needed, such as Mold/Dust, Tree Pollen, Grass Pollen…as well as many different types of foods that you are allergic to. There are also natural anti-histamines that can not only help with symptoms, they also help to reduce overall inflammation.

Another super effective tool is the Nettie Pot, and if that doesn’t sound appealing there are homeopathic nose sprays. I also just discovered a super convenient and quite comfortable nasal wash tool called NasoPure, in fact I liked it so much I decided to carry them in my pharmacy. They are available for adults and children – check them out.

It’s also a great time to do a liver cleanse of some sort, since the liver acts as a filter for the body and if your filter needs cleaning then your body may tend to become more sensitive. Cleansing can be achieved by simply cutting back on coffee and rich foods, by doing green juices or by taking specific products to help detoxify and support the liver. An easy way to make the liver happy is to start the day with a glass of fresh squeezed lemon in warm water.

So as you see, there are lots of things you can do to help with your allergies. The whole point is – you do not have to suffer, and you do not have to rely on anti-histamines…there is a better way!

Yours in Health,

Nancy Sacks