Allergies

8 Natural Allergy Relief Remedies

It’s that time of the year again.  Time for congested sinuses, headaches and watering eyes.  Allergy season is upon us, and millions of Americans are going to turn to Benadryl, Claritin and other harmful chemicals to get relief.The good news is that natural allergy relief remedies such as frankincense, eucalyptus and quercetin can effectively...

The Dangers of Synthetic Scents: Cancer, Asthma, and More!

The dangers of synthetic scents aren’t always evident, but we have the science to prove that everyone, regardless of age or health, needs to make avoiding fake fragrances a major priority.A National Academy of Sciences points out some vital facts: About 95 percent of chemicals used in synthetic fragrances are derived from petroleum (crude...

The 5 Signs That You May Have A Food Allergy

Here’s a sentiment we hear with relative frequency from our first time cleanse participants: “I don’t have allergies.”Most of us think of allergies as the bodily reactions that present themselves as hives, rashes, dry eyes, congestion, or a runny nose. What most people don’t realize is that sensitivities to food can also surface in...

Can You Develop an Allergy to Coffee?

I admit to being a coffee addict. Not only must I have a cup or two of coffee every morning, I also enjoy a cup of coffee in the mid to late afternoon. The caffeine boost helps me get started for the day, and the extra jolt in the afternoon helps me to have...

Nose Dripping? 4 Natural Allergy Remedies for Cyclists

Does your nose run non-stop when you try to cycle during prime allergy season? As a cyclist, seasonal allergies can prevent you from the exercise that you love. It is important to calm your allergies so that you can get back to riding your bicycle. When the weather is nice, you don’t want to...

Don’t Let Allergies Ruin Your Ride

Stephen Klemawesch runs a doctor's office as an allergist with his son, Patrick, in St. Petersburg, Florida. But he also runs outside, almost daily, and he knows that athletes spend a lot of time breathing allergen-rich air."Trees are the most prolific of pollen producers," he says. Most deciduous trees—the main sources of allergens—pollinate in the...

Moringa: An Amazing Tree to Treat Cancer

Image from Flickr by Forest and Kim Starr
When it comes to fighting cancer, one of the most important things a person needs to do is provide the body with the necessary tools to fight each day. Treatment with medication is helpful for many people, but it is also useful to incorporate natural dietary options as well. Moringa Oleifera, also known as...

Nasal Rinses for Cyclists: Get Back on the Road

  Should you try a natural nasal rinse? If you are suffering from a stuffy, congested, or a runny nose, you might give a natural nasal rinse some thought. Especially, if you are missing cycling due to seasonal allergies. Taking an over the counter nasal spray to relieve your allergy symptoms may work. On the...

The Latest and Greatest Grass Allergy Treatments Available Today

Grass pollen is usually the predominant pollen in the air during the summer. Allergy to this pollen can cause sneezing, runny nose and itchy eyes, as well as asthma attacks in some people. Grasses can be divided into two major classes: northern and southern grasses. Northern grasses are common in colder climates, and include...

9 Surprising Signs That You May Have A Gluten Allergy

So, you're feeling tired and headachy, and your digestive system is off (and has been for what seems like forever). Maybe you have some other symptoms: a rash, dandruff, a feeling that you're operating in a depressed and disorganized manner, or are just in a fog. And maybe you've been trying to get pregnant,...
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