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31 Home Remedies for Allergies

Submitted anonymously

Like an estimated 70% of people*, I'm lactose intolerant. Technically, not an allergy, but incredibly painful nonetheless.
What I've found works best is simple and tasty: yogurt. I'll eat a bowl in the morning and be OK to eat moderate amounts of dairy throughout the day. It even helps after I've eaten cheese and the pain kicks in.
As for other remedies: Lactaid pills are expensive and in my experience don't work as well. As for acidophilus pills: see Lactaid. Good old organic lowfat yogurt mixed with a little maple syrup is my weapon of choice against lactose.
*- this estimate comes from wikipedia

Submitted by Chels

I have allergies that cause me to have watery eyes, violent sneezing, and tiredness. Someone recommended to me to try burning effusion lamps in my house to rid the air of a lot of common allergy problems. Sounds like a con, but it really works. The lamps are very pretty and the oil makes your whole house smell heavenly. They can be pricey but they are well worth it.

Submitted by Ian Thorpe

If your child is allergic to Chlorine the only thing you can do is get them to gradually start swimming in a pool. Take them and make them do swimming lessons and after awhile the allergy goes away. Get their bodies used to the chlorine. My mum did it for me!

Submitted by Constance

Ear Candling,I started to make Ear Candles, a hollow cone that you light and the smoke goes into the ear and breaks up any impaction and stimulated the lymphatic system to drain. It helps with allergies, migraine, headaches, sinuses,kokopellisearcandling

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1 teaspoon of local honey. The honey be local honey not store bought. You can usually find it at your herbal or natural stores. My son had horrible allergies, throwing up every morning. Started giving him 1 teaspoon of honey for 3 weeks and it has been months and he has been allergy free and feels excellent. Mother of a beautiful 5 yr old son. This works pls try it.

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Take parsley and bee pollen.

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Make an eyewash from goldenseal or eyebright teas. Once the tea has cooled, put in a dropper bottle and apply to irritated eyes.

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Take pantothenic acid, vitamin C, and dolomite supplements.

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Avoid dairy products, foods rich in sugar, and refined foods.

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Take the herbs comfrey and juniper in capsule form.

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