Home Natural Remedies for Allergies

In this website, there are many simple natural healing remedies effective as allergy treatment for common allergies.  These natural allergy remedies can also help to relieve allergy symptoms using everyday home materials and time-tested treatments.

 

 Food Allergy Natural Remedies

 

These are a few home remedies that are able to help in fending off the initial and milder food allergies symptoms:

 

Banana

 

Eating 1 or 2 bananas daily can help in warding off allergic reaction symptoms such as skin rashes, digestive complaints and/or symptoms of asthma.

Precaution - Those who are allergic to banana should avoid this home remedy.

 

Carrot Juice and Beet or Cucumber

 

Drink either a combination of beet or cucumber juices with carrot juice or just purely 500ml of carrot juice.  This can help to cure allergy or intolerance from any foodstuff.

 

Castor Oil and Fruit Vegetable Juice or Plain Water

 

Add 5 drops of castor oil into half cup of plain water or fruit vegetable juice and drink every morning.  This can help to cure allergies affecting the intestinal tract, nose and skin

 

Cider Vinegar and Honey

 

Mix 1 tablespoon each of cider vinegar plus honey to a cup of warm water.  Drink this nightly prior to going to sleep to protect yourself from morning sickness or queasiness.  This will also help alleviate upset stomach or vomiting.

 

Ginger Tea

 

Put a fresh piece of ginger in tea to bring relief for nausea symptoms

 

Lime Water and Honey

 

Squeeze half a lime in water and add 1 teaspoon of honey.  Mix it well and drink every morning.  As this solution is anti-allergic and anti-toxic agent, it will help flush out all impurities.
Precaution - Those suffering from allergic reactions to citrus fruits should avoid this natural remedy

 

 

 Insect Sting Allergy Natural Remedies

 

Baking Soda

 

Make a paste from baking soda and water and rub onto the sting wound area.  This should help reduce itching

 

Ice

 

Apply ice on the sting wound area to control the swelling

 

Papaya for bee stings

 

Remove bee stinger and rub fresh papaya on the wound.   Best type of papaya is the green, unripe one as it has the highest concentration of the effective ingredient.

 

How It Works - Papaya contains papain, an enzyme that breaks down proteins and reduces the effect of the venom.

 

Precaution - If allergic to papaya, do not use this treatment.  If any rash or skin irritation results, rinse thoroughly and stop using immediately

 

 Respiratory Allergy Natural Remedies

 

Garlic

 

Garlic kills fungi and bacteria and strengthens the immune system.  Mince 2-3 cloves of garlic a day and eat them fresh.

 

Ginger

 

Ginger is effective for clearing out mucus in the nose and soothing a sore throat.  Steep a few slices of fresh ginger root in a cup of hot water.  Let it steep for 10-15 mins.  Then drink the ginger tea

 

Horseradish

 

Horseradish is a very potent root and very effective to clear nasal congestion very quickly.  Grate some horseradish into a cup of hot water.  Add some honey to sweeten it.  Let it steep for 10-15 mins.  Then drink the horseradish tea. 

Caution:  Too much of this tea may cause stomach upset and diarrhea, so be careful how you consume it.

 

Onion

 

The common onion can provide relief to nasal congestion.  Just cut an onion into half and inhale deeply.

 

Saltwater and Aspirator

 

Put half teaspoon of salt in about 8 ounces of warm water and stir thoroughly.  Use an aspirator to draw in the salt water, tilt your head up, place the tip of the aspirator into your nose and then gently squeeze on the aspirator as you carefully suck the salt water into your nostrils.  After that blow your nose gently to get all the salt water out.  Repeat about 3 times a day for 5 days.

 

If there are symptoms of sore throat, gargle the same mixture of salt water which can greatly help to alleviate the pain and cough.

 

Saltwater and Neti Pot

 

Fill the neti pot with warm water and add salt into the water.  Stir thoroughly.  Tilt your head to the side and insert the sprout of the neti pot gently into the raised nostril.  Relax, raise the neti pot slowly to generate a steady flow of salt water flowing in through the upper nostril and out of the lower nostril (nasal irrigation).  Breathe through your mouth throughout the whole process.  After finishing, breathe out firmly a few times to clear the nasal passages.  Then tilt your head to the other side and repeat the whole process again.

 

If the saltwater drains out of your mouth instead of into the other nostril, lower your forehead slightly or just continue to adjust your head position until you succeed.

 

 Skin Allergy Natural Remedies

 

Almond Leaves

 

Apply mashed almond leaves on affected skin allergy area

 

Cider Vinegar

 

Put 2 tablespoons of cider vinegar into a glass of water and drink. 

 

Lemon Juice and Coconut Oil

 

Mix lemon juice with coconut oil and apply on affected area

 

Mint and Sugar

 

Make a paste from 5 grams of mint and water.  Sieve out the water and add 12 grams of sugar.  Drink twice a day for immediate relief.

 

Papaya Seeds

 

Mash papaya seeds and apply on the affected area to reduce itching

 

Poppy Seeds and Lime Juice

 

Make a paste from 1 tablespoons of crushed poppy seeds and 1 teaspoon each of water and lime juice.  Apply to affected area for quick allergy relief.

 

Sandalwood and Lime Juice

 

Make a paste from sandalwood and lime juice.  Apply on the affected area where it will provide relief from itching

 

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