Green tea for allergies
Strang, cough, wheezing, watery nasal discharge, itching, tears, red eyes - these are just some of the symptoms that most allergic people experience each year, as soon as pollen is spread in the air.
The use of natural products can be especially useful in mild allergies and can be considered adjunctive treatment for serious allergies.
Specialists recommend the safe use of natural products to stop allergies, considering it to be an alternative to anyone, but under certain conditions.
In a study by Swiss researchers, was demonstrated that the effect of a natural receip of burdock, consumed four times daily was as effective as that of an antihistamine tablet.
In another study, allergy and immunology specialists confirmed the role of burdock in suppressing allergic symptoms.
Other natural herbal supplements that could be used in allergies is goldenseal (attention, this product is not recommended for children), which primarily have a strong tonic effect.
Some natural products that help alleviate allergies symptoms include seeds of grapes, which contain a type of flavonoid, quercetin, acting beneficial especially in combination with vitamin C. It has been scientifically proven that quercetin can control the release of histamine and other chemicals that cause allergic reactions.
Among the spices recommended for this purpose are red pepper, hot ginger, onion and garlic.
The advantage of these treatments is that the side effects are lower than the use of allopathic products.
Another natural remedy you can use instead of antihistamines (allergy medicines) is green tea.
The habit of taking medicines as soon as it feels that it "seizes" your allergy will only weaken your immune system.
Instead of antihistamines, look for relief in green tea. Drink at least three cups of this wonderful tea and wait nature to take effect.
Besides being a natural antihistamine, green tea also lowers blood pressure, prevents hypertension, protects against cardiovascular disease, certain types of cancer and speeds up recovery after infarction.