Allergies
Natural Remedies

10 Natural Allergy Relief Remedies That Are Fast And Effective

Eliminate Dairy
Posted by Vil (Wheaton MD) on 07/02/2006
5 out of 5 stars

Thanks for your website. I had suffered from a stuffed up nose and frequent sinus infections for the last 15 yrs. Tried all kinds of meds, but one of them actually caused liver problems. A friend gave me the phone # of a doctor who treats patients naturally and I visited him. It's amazing what cutting out dairy has meant for my life: no chronic headaches or stomach aches any more, and most of my allergies have cleared up (mold is still a problem). For those people who aren't completely helped by dairy elimination, try identifying other foods; for me, avoiding yeast was the final piece in the puzzle. But when I give in to temptation, the ACV really helps, esp. the vapors!


Psyllium Husk
Posted by Ricardo (Palm Coast)
5 out of 5 stars

I started to suffer from allergies about 7 years ago. I took over the counter medication to help me with the allergies. Chlorotabs was the only medication to help throughout allergy season. Last year in November I did a colon cleansing using physillum husk for 3 months. I did not know or was it mention in the books I read that the colon cleansing would get rid of my allergies. This was the first year that I did not use any allergy pills because I no longer suffer from allergies.


Vaseline Coated Inside the Nose
Posted by Evimush (Phoenix, AZ) on 03/20/2009
1 out of 5 stars

Warning

Using a petroleum product can cause problems down the road (or immediate). Try something that does the same thing that isn't petroleum based


Vaseline Coated Inside the Nose
Posted by Bob (Memphis, TN) on 03/21/2009
5 out of 5 stars

I heard about using vaseline to coat the inside of your nose many years ago and have been doing this for a really long time. I have never encountered any problems from it being a petroleum product. Although, in response to the original post, it has never made my allergies any better and I always get a cold or two per year. What it does for me is it keeps my nose from getting dried out and scabby which always really drove me crazy. Since I've been doing this I have never had any more problems. If on occasion I run out of the house and forget to use the vaseline my nose really bothers me the entire day. If you live in a dry climate it would probably work wonders. I live in the south where we have a lot of humidity but it works here as well. Hope this helps someone.


Vaseline Coated Inside the Nose
Posted by Michael (Toronto, Ontario) on 05/18/2017

Whether something is a petroleum product or not says nothing about its safety. Petroleum jelly is pretty inert and is safe, even for use in your nose. If you are concerned about the purity of your petroleum jelly, that's a different problem. In such a case, simply stick with Vaseline brand.

Mike



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