1. Garlic and onion
Garlic and onion can mitigate allergy symptoms. They contain quercetin, flavonoid that acts like antihistamine (it is a substance that blocks the allergic reaction).
Broccoli helps in alleviating the symptoms of allergies so that can clean the sinuses. It is rich in vitamin C, which reduces the level of histamine (a substance that causes the allergic reaction). Together with the broccoli, consumption of cabbage and cauliflower is recommended.
They are rich in carotenoids that effectively alleviate allergy. Studies have confirmed that people who eat vegetables rich in carotenoids are less likely to suffer from allergies than others. Besides the beta- carotene that is found in the carrtos, it is good to take lycopene and lutein. It is best to eat tomato and green leafy vegetables.
It is rich in vitamins A and C and zinc which make it a great addition to the diet for those who have problems with allergies. Vitamin C reduces the level of histamine, and zinc and vitamin A strengthen the immune system.
Except that helps high blood pressure and chronic diseases, celery alleviates the symptoms of allergy. It works against-inflammatory and it is rich in vitamin C. The celery is recommended steam cooked because in this way it keeps all nutrients.
SOME OF THE NATURAL REMEDIES ARE:
The substance found in the chamomile help to ease the dry eyes which know to itchy very often. Take two cooled tea bags of chamomile and hold on your eyes for 3-5 minutes. Repeat this procedure several times a day.
Nettle acts as an antihistamine that helps to calm down the allergy symptoms such as sneezing and itchy eyes. When you notice these symptoms drink nettle tea.
Mint is an excellent remedy for the airways. Your breathing can be improved if you inhale with tea from fresh or dried mint.
Tea thyme helps in the treatment of cough, breathlessness caused by allergy and has calming effect on inflamed throat. If you are unable to find fresh thyme, then you can look for herbal tea in every pharmacy.
Honey is an excellent remedy that relieves coughing and inflammation in the throat. One teaspoon of honey and a cup of tea can help you a lot.
Ginger relieves irritation of the inflamed throat, and is very powerful in combination with honey. You can make tea from fresh ginger. In hot water put 5 grams of fresh grated ginger and boil the tea for 10 minutes. Then drain it and put a teaspoon of honey.
7. Chili pepper
Chili pepper is a rich source of bioflavonoids that prevent the release of histamine, quercetin and other chemicals that cause inflammation and allergic symptoms.