How to Combat Seasonal Changes the Natural Way


We always welcome the changes to
the season especially when the weather shifts from cold to warmer months. Many
of us look forward to spring, but there are those who cannot fully appreciate
Mother Nature waking up because of seasonal allergies triggered by the smell of
freshly mown lawn and high pollen count just to name a few.

Those with seasonal allergies often
experience post-nasal drip, congestion, constant sneezing, and itchy eyes even.
Although some only have mild symptoms, there are those whose severe reactions
leave them unable to function very well. There are other factors that can cause
allergy symptoms such as nasal polyps, asthma, pregnancy, deviated septum, or
current illness since it affects the immune system which protects you from
seasonal allergies. That said, how will you combat allergies triggered by
seasonal changes?

One way to
help alleviate seasonal challenges is to take raw local honey. This is due to
the fact that raw local honey contains pollen in the area which can help
increase your resistance to the pollen count. It would be a good idea to take a
few tablespoons of honey each day.

Another way to
combat seasonal allergies is to use apple cider vinegar. This vinegar can help
improve your immune system while breaking up the mucus building up in your
lungs and nasal passages while promoting lymphatic drainage too. To use this remedy,
mix a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, with a tablespoon of freshly squeezed
lemon juice, and half a tablespoon of local raw honey thoroughly then drink.
This should be taken three times a day to improve your immune system and to
alleviate the symptoms of seasonal allergies.

You can also
diffuse lavender essential oils in your bedroom to help ease any symptoms that
are triggered by seasonal allergies. The scent of lavender has
anti-inflammatories and calming properties that can alleviate the problem and
will even help you sleep better too.

natural remedy that you can try to reduce the symptoms of seasonal allergies is
pineapple. This fruit is known to contain Bromelain as well as vitamins B, C,
and other important nutrients that can help reduce any reaction to your
seasonal allergies.  

What else can
you do to help minimize your seasonal allergies? Consuming clean proteins,
that’s what. Clean proteins are typically found in free-range poultry,
grass-fed meats, and even wild-caught fish just to name a few. Aside from
proteins, you can also get omega-3 essential fatty acids that can contribute to
better immune system and heart health as well.

If you want to
alleviate the blockage in your nasal passages, you can use peppermint essential
oil. Apply it topically on your neck, forearms, or even your temple so you can
easily inhale the scent of peppermint which can clear up the blockages in your
nasal passages.

If you want to
build up your immunity from allergens, you should stock up on organic
vegetables to help deliver more nutrients to your body. Examples of vegetables
that you should go for include Swiss chard, beets, yams, cabbage, and even
carrots just to name a few. These vegetables are high in nutritional content
which can help improve your immune system and keep seasonal allergies at bay as

These are just a few ways on how you can avoid
having your allergies triggered once the season changes. Adding these to your
diet or part of your daily routine can improve your overall health even when
allergens abound.

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