Many of us who suffer the effects of seasonal allergens would prefer a natural remedy to the itchiness, sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose, headache, and sinus congestion that come with tree and grass pollen and the spores of molds and fungi. One way is to avoid contact with airborne irritants altogether, especially when they're at their peak. But unless we're equipped with a haz-mat suit and a decontamination chamber, the only way we can avoid breathing the nasty stuff entirely is to spend many of the best days of the year in a hermtically sealed room. And that's no fun for anyone.
The Best Herbs for Allergies
Several herbs used in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have been studied for their ability to strengthen resistance to airborne allergens or to address certain undesirable aspects of an aggressive histamine response. When combined in the right proportion, their impact magnifies considerably. Here are a few we use in our best selling herbal formula for nose and sinus health
, Easy Breather: