Ayurvedic Treatment for Eye Allergies

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  Eye allergies, often referred, as allergic conjunctivitis is an irritating condition of eyes, which occur when eye reacts to some foreign particles called allergen. In order to fight against that allergen, our eyes produce a substance called histamine due to which the white part of our eyes called sclera become red and swollen. This results in itching, tearing and burning of eyes. The most common eye allergy symptoms include:…

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Home Remedies to Treat Food Allergies

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Home remedies to treat food allergies. 1. Avoid Food Allergens A key part of relieving the symptoms of food allergies is identifying the foods responsible for the distress and eliminating them from your diet. To identify food allergens, write down everything you ate or drank in the 2 to 3 days prior to allergic symptoms appearing. Then, look for foods that were new to your body. Avoid such foods completely…

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Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Allergies

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Allergies: • Allergies occur when the immune system reacts abnormally to certain stimuli • These stimuli are referred to as allergens Symptoms to look for: Reaction to allergens vary in individuals and can cause, • Hives • Rashes • Anaphylactic attack in severe cases There are 3 types of allergies 1. Respiratory allergies which lead to:  • Sneezing  • Coughing  • Watering of eyes and nose  • Asthma 2. Food…

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Home Remedies for Allergies

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Eyebright Eyebright is an herb that is a part of the Figwort family and is considered helpful in the treatment of allergies. The University of Michigan Health System states that eyebright is an herb that is helpful in treating symptoms such as sinus problems, eye and nose congestion, eye fatigue, eyelid inflammation, hoarseness as well coughs associated with allergies. The aerial part of this herb is mostly used in medical…

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Home Remedies for Allergies:Local honey

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Eating honey produced by bees in your region can help relieve allergies. The bees transfer pollen from flower blossoms to honey, so if you eat a little honey every day you’ll gradually become inoculated against the irritating effects of pollen. That’s the widely held theory, anyway. Unfortunately, there’s little to no scientific evidence to back it up. Although a small 2011 studyfrom Finland that compared regular honey and pollen-laced honey…

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