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    Going to list out a few natural ways to effectively negate the effects of airborne allergens:

    • Treat your gut and allergies will greatly improve. Also, Activated Quercetin works great. 
    • Prebiotics and Probiotics – Prebiotics lays the foundation for the probiotic with proper fiber so that the probiotic can seed itself.
    • Local honey, vitamin C and no dairy.
    • Local bee pollen
    • Stinging nettle
    • I highly recommend a good HEPA air filter for your house. I have a Winix brand model 5500, and its a lifesaver.
    • Sinusitis (Sinus Inflammation) – Although not all studies agree, Bromelain may help reduce cough and nasal mucus associated with sinusitis. It may also relieve the swelling and inflammation caused by hay fever.
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    Do you use a Neti Pot? It really helps me. I always use it when I come in from outside and several times throughout the day. I also take local honey and Manuka honey daily, plus extra virgin coconut oil. I also heard people talking about taking this — Histaminum Hydrochloricum — for allergies. I have never heard of it, but they were saying it works great for them. So it may be an option.

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      I do not use a neti pot but have in the past. I kept giving myself ear and sinus infections ????. I know, I'm a rare case!

      It's one of several issues of my body not developing properly at an early age. Instead, I opt for either a quick hot shower or a hot wet towel to my face & clear/clean my nostrils as best I can.

      I figure that something's better than nothing. I have found some local raw honey that I plan to pick up in the morning.

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        You have to be very careful using the neti pot. I always wait a few minutes before blowing my nose because if you do it too soon, it pushes the water into the ears.

        Found out the hard way on that. Plus I wait about 5 minutes or so and stand leaned over with my head down for a minute just to be sure everything is drained out. If anything is left when you stand it will run out.

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          I'm not even supposed to go swimming, so I should have known better about the neti pot. It makes perfect sense that it works for most people when used correctly though.

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