Weather changes and we are diagnosed with various types of allergy, like itchy eyes, sneezing, and runny noses. Millions suffer from the discomfort of seasonal allergies. If you are one of them who experience mild symptoms, there are natural remedies that may help provide relief for those annoying symptoms.

Top Home Remedies Tips to Fight Allergy :

Apple cider vinegar

apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is an old home remedy. It is often suggested for digestion, weight loss and variety of health condition. It has ability to reduce mucous productions and cleanse the lymphatic system which is useful for allergies.

Peppermint / Nettle Tea

peppermint tea
Both are another natural and very effective antihistamine. They naturally block the body’s ability to produce histamine. You can boil their leaves to make a refreshing allergy relief tea.

Neti Pot

netti pot allergy
This is one of the natural remedies, which helps flush out the allergens, and other irritants in the sinuses.
To use a neti-pot, simply boil a quarter of water. Add a teaspoon of salt. Mix them properly, allowing the saline water to completely cool to make it germ-free. Then fill the neti pot with saline water and pour into one nostril.  Let it drain out the other side. Repeat the process with other nostril.


Though shower may seem like a simple remedy, but it actually works. Taking a hot shower can help wash off the sticky pollen and residue to your hair or body when you are outdoors. The steam from the hot shower can help relieve the allergies and sinuses of any congestion too.


Turmeric is a common Indian spice, containing curcumin. It acts as a decongestant, and helps reduce allergy symptoms, and war off colds.
You may also prevent allergies by little changing in your lifestyle.

Cap and Glasses

cap and glasses
Never go outside without cap and sunglasses. Both will keep pollen from blowing into your eyes and making them an itchy watery mess.

Stick to End of Day

Move your outdoor workout to evening. Experts say, many trees release their pollen at first light, and ragweed pollen tends to fly most thickly at midday. So, it is advisable to stick to end off day strolls.

Changing Clothes

Change your cloth when you return home because you drag pollen into your home on your clothes and shoes, which you cannot see. Remove clothes immediately and even better to bath in the shower.

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