10 Natural Allergy Relief Remedies That Are Fast And Effective

Nettles



Posted by Mama to Many (TN) on 05/19/2020
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I have posted about nettle many times in the past. I have used it for my children for allergies for years. My allergies this spring have been very bad. I think having an indoor cat this year has really aggravated my allergies in general. But this cat is part of the family. If she jumps in my lap my nose starts running. We did get a HEPA filter for our central air/heat unit. And I started to take nettle. I take once capsule morning and evening. This reduces my symptoms at least 90%. ~Mama to Many~


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Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 09/06/2017
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My daughter is experiencing some allergy symptoms, mostly a runny nose and "sneezy" feeling.

I had her take nettle tincture that I made a few months ago. I usually put a dropper full into a couple of ounces of water, but twice today she just put a dropperful (about 1/4 t.) into her mouth without diluting it. She held in in her mouth for a minute.

Her relief was nearly instant. She did take several doses today and will probably continue for a while.

We have usually used capsules and they work well, but not as fast as the tincture worked today.

~Mama to Many~


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Posted by Catlyn (Washington) on 08/21/2016
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I've been using nettle capsules for years for seasonal allergies. Before I started using it, I literally hated spring and fall. Now, when my eyes get scratchy, I get stuffed up or my ears itch way down inside, I take a nettle capsule. I don't hate spring and fall anymore. It's the one thing I consistently stay with.


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Posted by Sue From Wa State (Bellingham, Wa) on 10/29/2011
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Hi, I have had complete success with nettles eradicating a springtime pollen allergy, it was a completely miserable stuffy nose, but not at all a cold, etc. I made a nettle infusion actually, which is easy, just steeping 1/4 cup of dried nettles in hot water in a pint jar overnight, then strained and you drink it over the next two days. It's not bad, kind of an acquired taste and sure worth doing. I kind of learned this accidentally, from Susun Weed's book on menopause. Somewhere she mentioned nettles as helpful with allergies, so I gave it a go. Nettles seem to have many amazing properties.