6 Best Homeopathic Medicines for Allergic Cough Treatment.


What is allergy?
  • Allergy is the most common chronic health problem in the world.
  • Our environment, society,life style has been changed a lot in the last few decades. The spreading of industrialization, urbanization has putted bad impact upon our environment.
  • The pollution level is increasing day by day at every level in air, water and even in our foods.
  • We are living in such an environment which is filled with various pollutants, dusts, pollens, , various bacteria, viruses, some strong smells, strong fumes etc.
  • We are eating various types of foods contains different types of proteins. Among them commons are milk protein, whey protein, egg protein etc.
  • The water what we drink also contain various types useful as well as harmful substance.
  • When all those above things are get inside to our body, our body’s immune system recognize them and differentiate them which are harmful and which harmless for our body and destroy the harmful ones.
  • But sometimes many harmless substances act as harmful for some people and their immune system reacts an abnormal reaction or increased sensitivity to certain substances,
  • It is because the body’s immune system of allergic people is very hypersensitive to these substances call allergen when comes in contact with them.
  • The allergic individual create a special type of antibody call Immunoglobin E(Ige), when comes contact with the environmental substances. The reaction between IgE antibodies and allergen, it release huge amount of substances such as histamine, which produce allergic symptoms in skin, nose, eyes, chest, etc. The allergic reaction can be occurred at any place at anywhere.
  • The most common allergens are animal dander, pollens, house dust, house mites, moulds, some drugs, and many food stuffs, especially fish, eggs, milk, and nuts. Bee and wasp stings may cause allergic reactions, with fatal results in rare cases. Additionally, feathers, wood, dyes, cosmetics, and perfumes may act as allergen.

 

Understand How Body Immune system reacts to an allergy:

 

allergy and immune system

  • The immune system is your body's defense system against all those foreign invaders such as bacteria, viruses, various foreign substances. These agents are called antigens. The immune system consists of various immune cells and tissues that works together constantly and consistently to keep you healthy and alive WBC or White blood cells act as your main defense against these antigens.

  • The lymphocyte of white blood cells is one of the important cell plays a major role in allergic reaction.

  • There are more than 2 trillion lymphocytes in your blood stream at a time

  • Two major types of lymphocytes, the T lymphocytes and B lymphocytes involve fully in all allergic reaction of body.

  • The T cells and B cells travels everywhere in your body. They pass across the blood vessels walls and moves in the inter cellular space and roam around.

  • The T cell when find an antigen gets activated and produce some chemical messenger called cytokines. Those cytokines activate the other lymphocyte B cell to convert the plasma cell.

  • The plasma cell produces the antibodies IgE. The peoples who have an allergic constitution produce more IgE antibodies.

  • There are mast cells present throughout the body, especially beneath the surface of the skin, near blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, within nerves, throughout the respiratory system, and in the digestive and urinary tracts. 

  • A mast cell is a type of white blood cell contains many granules rich in histamine, inflammatory mediators.

  • The IgE antibodies that are released from the plasma cell binds to the Fc receptors present on the surface of mast cells.

  • The binding of IgE antibody to the mast cell causes the release  of histamine and other inflammatory mediators in the surrounding tissue

  • Those histamine granules when come in contact with the tissue surface initiate the inflammatory reaction. So as a result the symptoms of sneezing, running nose, congestion of eyes are occurred. The inflammatory reaction also constricts the bronchial airways so creates difficulties in breathing. 

The Most Common Trigger Factor and symptoms for Allergy:

Most common trigger

Dust Allergy:

The dust allergy is the most commonly found allergy in many people.  One dust particle contains pet dander, pieces of dead cockroaches, and mold spores, along with dead skin and dust mites. Dust mites are generally found in your old mattress, bedding, pillows, and blankets etc. They prefer to live in warm damp places. They are so tiny creature cannot be seen in naked eyes.  Dust mites like to eat dead skin from pets and humans that shed out of your body.

  • Itching of eyes
  • Redness of eyes  with teary  eyes
  • Regularly Sneezing
  • itching stuffy nose
  • common cold like runny nose
  • sometimes Difficulty in breathing, coughing, shortness of breath

Food allergy:

Food allergies are most commonly seen in children and babies, but can occur at any age too. Your body’s immune system protects you from the various outside invaders starting from bacteria to any foreign particle. Even any type of protein what you eat in your food sometimes body feel of threaten and do attack them to get those out.  Though those food you eat regularly does not give any reaction in past but have the chance of sometimes it react and make you sick. There are many foods which develop allergic reaction in people. The most common are given below. The proteins it contain of these foods sometimes causes the triggering of allergic reaction

  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • Peanuts
  • Tree nuts
  • Fish
  • Shellfish
  • Wheat
  • Soy

Common symptoms

  • Itching of skin with allergic rashes.
  • swelling of skin with itching, Urticaria or hives 
  • Sometimes respiratory distress with difficulties in breathing
  • Pain in stomach, nausea and sometimes vomiting
  • Runny nose, sometimes sneezing, red watery eyes
  • Anaphylaxis reaction (less common)

Pollen:

Pollens are fine yellowish powder like substances that is transported from plant to plant by the wind, by birds or insects or by other animals and come in contact to your nose or nasal passage. This reacts adversely with some people who are allergic to pollens. The pollen allergy is also called hay fever.

The common symptoms of pollen allergy are:

  • itchy with runny nose
  • Recurrent Sneezing
  • Nasal congestion or stuffy nose
  • Congested, itchy, Watery eyes
  • Itchy throat , nose and ears
  • difficulties in breathing, Wheezing and respiratory distress

Animal dander: 

Animal dander is nothing but the dead skin cell of animals. Almost all pets, such as kittens, dogs, birds, and rats have animal dander. These are the common trigger factor for various respiratory allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis, allergic bronchial asthma.

The common symptoms of animal dander allergy are:

  • Frequently Sneezing one after another 
  • Itchy of nose, itchy eyes, Itchy ears, watery eyes
  • Watery nasal discharge with irritation feeling  inside  the nose
  • Nasal Congestion or stuffy Nose
  • breathing difficulties with tightness feeling of chest
  • Urticaria or hives likes rashes also appear on skin.

Various drugs: 

There are numerous medicines or drugs which are reacts negatively or badly in your body and it develops various allergic symptoms. These allergic symptoms develop from this drug reaction. It may differ from person to person. All drugs do not give any reaction but some few drugs which reacts to certain people who are allergic to those drugs in their body

The most common Drugs are:

  • Antibiotics, such as penicillin
  • Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, such as ibuprofen
  • Anticonvulsants
  • Monoclonal antibody therapy
  • Chemotherapy

Common symptoms of a drug allergy:

  • Hives like skin rashes
  • Itchy eyes and  skin
  • Swelling of the lips, tongue, or face.
  • Wheezing and breathing difficulty

Paint:

The colour paint contains some chemicals which are allergic to some people.

Various symptoms occurred in paint allergy:

  • Breathing difficulty
  • Wheezing sound
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Itching rashes on skin
  • Urticaria or hives like symptoms

Fumes: 

Fragrances become a part of our daily life. But some people get hypersensitive reaction with some fragrances  of Hair spray, soap, body and facial lotion, hair shampoo or conditioner, Face wash, cosmetics, deodorant and barber sprit contain fragrance.

Various Symptoms of fumes allergy:

  • Watery nasal Discharge with itching inside the nose.
  • Itching of eyes , redness of eyes,
  • Coughing and difficulty in breathing
  • Post nasal drip
  • Headache

Cold Air

Many people are very hyper sensitive to cold air or cold weather and shows cold like symptoms during cold winter season, changing climate or season change. The allergic symptoms are develop when they do exposed to the  cold air.

Various allergic symptoms like

  • Sneezing with runny nose
  • Difficulty in breathing with wheezing sound in chest.
  • Coughing
  • Sore throat or tonsillitis,
  • Sinusitis

Insect Sting Allergy:

Most of the people are allergic reaction to insect stings. The majority of insect stings come from wasps, yellow jackets, hornets and bees.

Various Symptoms of insect sting

  • Pain, Redness, Swelling (in area of sting and sometimes beyond)
  • Flushing
  • Hives
  • Itching
  • Anaphylaxis (less common), a potentially life-threatening reaction that impairs breathing and can cause the body to go into shock

Cockroaches:

Cockroaches are crawling across your kitchen floor in the middle of the night. They can be an allergy trigger as well. The saliva, feces and shedding body parts of cockroaches can trigger both asthma and allergies.

Various cockroach allergy symptoms include:

  • Coughing
  • Nasal congestion
  • Skin rash
  • Wheezing
  • Ear infection
  • Sinus infection

 

Type of Allergy

There are major 3 category of allergy-

1.Respiratory tract and throat allergy – the respiratory tract and throat allergies are- 

  • Allergic rhinitis - Allergic rhinitis is an allergic inflammation of the nasal airways. It occurs when an allergen, such as pollen, dust or animal dander is inhaled by an individual with a sensitized immune system. It causes sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, swelling and inflammation of the nasal passages, and an increase in mucus production. Many of the same factors that trigger allergic rhinitis can also trigger an allergic bronchial asthma attack.
  • Rhinosinusitis – rhino sinusitis is the inflammation of inner layer of nasal passage and  inner lining of sinus cavity result from allergic cause or viral cause. the common cause for developing of rhino sinusitis is allergy i.e. allergic rhinitis. the most common symptoms of rhinosinusitis are blocking of nose, heaviness and severe pain on sinus areas like at the side on root of nose, both side of nose just under the eyes, and on maxilla portion of face. there sometimes more nasal secretion of thin to thick discharges.
  • Allergic Bronchial Asthma - It is the common chronic inflammatory disease of the airways characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, reversible airflow obstruction, and bronchospasm. Symptoms include wheezing, coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. It is triggered by various allergens or irritants. In allergic asthma, when the airways come in contact with an allergen, the immune system reacts and releases chemicals. These chemicals cause the muscles around the airways to tighten. Inflammation, swelling, and a buildup of mucus in the airways causes further narrowing.
  • Allergic tonsillitis and adenoids- Tonsils are the two round lumps in the back of the throat. Tonsils can be seen clearly in the back of the throat, while the adenoids are located high in the throat behind the nose and the roof of the mouth (soft palate) and are not visible. Those are the lymph glands like other lymph gland. The inflammation of tonsils and adenoids are called tonsillitis and adenoids. the common symptoms occurs in tonsillitis are sore throat, can not swallow any thing because of throat pain, sometimes redness of tonsils, cough , fever etc. The adenoids symptoms are snoring, sleeping disorder, weakness feeling etc.
  • Nasal polyp - Nasal polyps are non cancerous grape shaped growths found around the nasal mucus membrane especially at the place where the sinus opens to the nasal passage. They result from chronic inflammation due to allergy, asthma, recurring infection or certain immune disorder. The common symptoms are blocked stuffy nose, post nasal drip, runny nose, loss of smell, pain in maxillary portion, etc.

2. Skin allergy – the skin allergy can be of –

  • urticaria or hives - Urticaria or hives  is a skin reaction of appearance of  various sizes smooth, slightly elevated pinkish patches of wheals like attended with severe itching result from allergic reaction. Those are subsided automatically after a few minutes to hour  without leaving any scar. Most cases of urticaria are self-limited and of short duration. Chronic urticaria is defined as urticaria with recurrent episodes lasting longer than 6 weeks.
  • Atopic dermatitis  or Eczema – Atopic dermatitis or eczema is one type of inflammation of skin characterize with itchy, redness , rough and cracked skin patches result from allergic cause. they may be wet and oozing of sticky watery fluid from that affected part. 

3. G.I. Tract allergy

  • Gastro enteritis – There is abdominal pain, nausea and loose bowel movement generally occur in child and babies.
 
Factors that can increase your risk for developing allergies include the following:

  • Have a family history of asthma or allergies
  • children are more susceptible
  • Cigarette smoke.
  • Births during high-pollen seasons. Those babies born during high-pollen seasons may be more sensitive to hay fever allergens later in life.
  • Allergen exposure. Early exposure to allergens like mold, pollen, dust mites, pet dander, cockroaches, and some types of food seems to increase your risk of developing allergies.
  • Being a bottle-fed baby. Studies show that breast-feeding reduces the frequency and severity of allergies in children.
  • Being born prematurely. Premature babies have a higher risk of developing allergies later in life.
  • Having one or more parents who have nasal allergies. Children have allergies if just one of their parents have allergies, then there risk is nearly 70%
  • Environmental issues and lifestyle changes, Urban living, higher exposure to dust mites, atmospheric pollution, nutrition, lifestyle changes, maternal smoking, diesel fumes, geography, the "hygiene hypothesis," the strongest risk factor for the development of allergies/asthma.
 
Treatment for Allergy:

 

homeopathy treatment for allergy
  • Before going to the treatment of allergy it is essential  to know the basic things how the allergy occur and what is the scope of conventional treatment and homeopathic treatment
  • An allergy is the hyper immune reaction of a person to many substances which are though safe for others but harmful to an allergic people.
  • Those substances are called allergen or antigen
  • there are various types allergens or antigens present in the environment such as dust mites, pollens, various foods, many drugs, cold air, strong smells of various substances like perfumes, petrol, paints.
  • Those antigens or allergens when enters inside body our immune cells recognize them and eliminate them out.
  • Our immune cells like T cells (T lymphocyte) and B cells (B lymphocytes) play the major role to perform this task.
  • In a normal person when those antigen or allergen enter inside the body the immune system eliminate them without reacting anyway, but an allergic person of hypersensitive immune system reacts to those substances vigorously.
  • A person of hypersensitive immune system, the B cells induces the inflammatory tissue reaction called allergic reaction when comes in contact to those antigens or allergens. The B cells of a sensitized immune system when detect any such foreign protein or antigen produce certain substances called IgE antibody.
  • In our body there are some cells called mast cells. Those mast cells contain some granules called histamine and heparin. Around the surface of mast cells numerous receptor are found called FC receptors to which the IgE antibody binds.
  • When any allergen invade the body the B cell identifies the invader and produces the IgE antibodies that flows and attach with the FC receptor of mast cell surface.
  • The antigen or allergen further binds with those IgE antibodies over mast cell surface. This way of antigen and antibody fixation stimulate the mast cell to releases the histamine content around the tissues.
  • Those histamines when comes in contact to the surrounding tissue binds to the histamine receptors (H1 receptor) present over the tissue surface and starts developing allergic reactions.
  • The symptoms of sneezing, runny nose, redness and itching of eyes nose are nothing but the outcomes result of histamine and tissue reaction.

 

Scope of conventional treatment
  • So for a long term curative prospect, it is required to rectify the hypersensitivity nature  of the immune system of the allergic person so that when he get exposed to the same allergens does not react adversely which he was reacting earlier

  • Conventional treatment helps to check the allergic symptoms by histamine receptor antagonist or leukotriene receptor antagonist method. 
  • Similarly the steroid preparation helps to minimize the inflammation of the respiratory and nasal mucous surface hence reduces the symptoms.
  • It helps to chect the allergic reaction in a short term period. Again when the person exposes to the same allergens produce same symptoms and need the same medication to stop the reaction. Therefore it becomes essential to take those medications for regular basis to check allergic reaction.
  • As we have to live in the same environment so it is quite difficult to keep away us from those allergens at all.
 
Scope of Homeopathy Treatment

 

  • Constitutional Homeopathy treatment helps to rectify or modify the sensitive nature of the immune system of an allergic persons so gives a long term cure
  • If one person’s immune system has become hypersensitive, so under the back ground there must be something that has made it such like. So what are the things that have made the immune system so hypersensitive?
  • Staying always in a stressful condition for weeks or even months produces cortisol, the body's stress-induced hormone. When cortisol becomes elevated and remains so for awhile, it affects the cells that comprise your immune system.  So prolonged stress condition can affect your immune system to become hypersensitive.  When anybody is in stressful situation he/she may react differently to the stress.  Some people feels hopeless,desperate from the stress. Some people feels frustrated, anger or vexed by the situation. Some people feel to cry out loudly or even cry while sharing their mater.  A homeopathy physician searches out the exact reaction what the person express or feel out of a stress and accordingly choose the medicine. This is just a single example of selection of remedy. Similarly there are many factors needed to be considered to choose a suitable remedy for that patient.
  • There are different types of emotions like sadness, anger, frustration, fear, apprehension. Some people constantly suppress their natural emotions due to some unavoidable circumstance and that suppression directly affect on the immune system. so here a homeopathy physician try to find out what is the exact emotional factor has been suppressed and select accordingly one constitutional remedy which helps to modify his immune system to work normally. 
  • The constitutional homeopathy treatment offers a long term cure to the allergic patient.Besides that there are many remedies which are given to manage the acute symptoms of allergic disease. 
  • At the time of acute crises of allergic problem there are various medicines specifically used for  a specific symptoms can be given to manage the acute condition. 
6 BEST HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES FOR ALLERGY

Arsenic alb - There is thin watery discharge from the nose with burning sensation, recurrent sneezing one after another with runny nose. Burning and tearing of eyes . There is puffiness around eyes, stuffy nose. The person has an asthmatic tendency with breathing difficulties, and oppression of chest which is generally worse when he lies down. On sitting with a forward bending posture makes the patient little comfort from his asthmatic problem. There is marked wheezing sound during asthmatic affection. The asthma is worse in wet cold weather.  Besides that the constitutional symptoms of arsenic alb are anxiety,  restlessness,  prostration,  burning  sensation. The anxiety that is found in Arsenic alb is intermingled with fear. The other prominent symptoms are debility, exhaustion, restlessness, with nightly aggravation. Great exhaustion after a slightest exertion.

Sulphur – There is itching with redness of eyes in allergic condition. The itching is followed by burning sensation and relieved by cold application. sulphur patient is always irritable, depressed, thin and weak, but good vappetite. He is having forgetful nature, difficulties in thinking. He has many good ideas but cannot implement it. Selfish type person, no regards for others. very lazy person, not cleanness, never look after about his dressing and clothing. Don’t like to take bath. Having of skin diseases always. The skin rashes itch a lot generally in night and warm atmosphere. The person has a feeling congestion or oppression of chest in  asthmatic condition.–

Natrum mur – Natrum mur is generally well indicated in case of allergic condition which gives the symptoms of more itching of nose, throat, ear with recurrent sneezing one after another. The characteristic discharge from the mucous membranes is watery or thick whitish, like the white of an egg.Natrum mur patient is very sensitive in nature. Every thing he/she takes into the heart. The person is irritable in nature and when in upset does not like any body’s present or giving of any consolation.Consolation aggravated the state of the mind - the melancholy, the tearfulness, sometimes brings on anger. The Natrum mur  patient is extremely emotional. The whole nervous economy is in a state of fret (visible anxious like scratching finger on her skin in worry). Completely or desperately in love brings on complaints. The natrum mur patient desire to take extra salt in his diet. 

Sabadilla- it has good action on mucous membrane of the nose and the lachrymal glands, producing coryza and symptoms like hay-fever. There isspasmodic sneezing one after another. symptoms of hay-fever or allergic rhinitis with itchy nose and fluent coryza.  Either nostril stuffed up, inspiration through nose labored, snoring. Violent sneezing is occurred from time to time, shaking abdomen followed by lachrymation. There is runny nose with severe frontal headache and redness of eyelids. 

Allium Cepa Allium Cepa is one of the most commonly used Homeopathic medicines for Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever. It is generally used in the symptoms of severe runny nose that drips from the tip of nose with watery eyes. There is burning of nose due to over secretion mucous. Along with the watery nasal discharge there is watery eye. There is profuse sneezing associated with runny nose and watery eyes.

Tuberculinum- The patient is very susceptible to catch cold. The physical constitution is lean and thin like natrum mur, but not obese like calcarea carb. If there is family history of tuberculosis or bronchial asthma then is more suitable to give this medicines in any allergic or asthma condition. The person is very depressed, melancholic, taciturn sulky nature.  

Commonly prescribed Homeopathy medicine for specific allergen
  • Allergy to dust, strong perfumes - Histamine
  • Allergy to Animal Dander – Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Asparagus - Carcinosin
  • Allergy to Bananas - Phosphorus
  • Allergy to Bees - Apis mel
  • Allergy to bread, acidic food - Natrum Mur
  • Allergy to Butter – Sulphur
  • Allergy to Buckwheat - Pulsatilla
  • Allergy to Buckwheat- Pulsatilla
  • Allergy to Carrots - Phosphorus
  • Allergy to Castor BeanAlumina, Antimonium ars.
  • Allergy to Cats- Phosphorus, Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Celery- Apium grav
  • Allergy to Chocolate - Sulphur
  • Allergy to Cod Liver Oil - Pulsatilla
  • Allergy to Dogs - Phosphorus
  • Allergy to Dust - Blatta orientalis, pothos
  • Allergy to Eggs - Ferrum met, Nat mur, Sulphur, Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Fats, Animal- Pulsatilla, Sulphur
  • Allergy to Feathers - Sulphur
  • Allergy to Fish - Sulphur, Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Flour - Aspidosperma
  • Allergy to Flowers - Sanguinaria
  • Allergy to Fruit - Arsenicum alb, Pulsatilla
  • Allergy to Glutamate - Nat mur, Phosphorus
  • Allergy to Grass, Freshly Cut - Allium cepa, Dulcamara, Pulsatilla, Sabadadilla
  • Allergy to Grass Pollens - Medorrhinum, Natrum sulph, Phosphorus, Senega
  • Allergy to Guinea Pig Hair - Kali carb, Lycopdium
  • Allergy to Hair Dyes - Sulphur, Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Hazelnuts - Phosphorus
  • Allergy to Honey - Nat mur
  • Allergy to Hornets - Vespa crabro
  • Allergy to Insect Bites - Carbolic acid
  • Allergy to Meat - Nat mur, Sulphur, Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Metals - Sulphur
  • Allergy to Milk - Calc carb, Homarus, Nat mur, Sepia, Sulphur, Tuberculinum, Urtica urens
  • Allergy to Mosquito - Culex
  • Allergy to Onion - Nat mur, Thuja
  • Allergy to Oranges - Pulsatilla
  • Allergy to Oysters - Lycopodium
  • Allergy to Pollen - Blatta orientalis, psorinum
  • Allergy to Pork - Pulsatilla, Sepia
  • Allergy to Ragweed - Ambrosia
  • Allergy to Sardines - Sulphur, Tuberculinum
  • Allergy to Shellfish - Arsenicum alb., Terebinthina, Urtica urens
  • Allergy to Starch - Nat mur
  • Allergy to Strawberries - Carcinosin, Fragaria vesca
  • Allergy to Sugar - Saccharum officinale
  • Allergy to Tamarind Seed - Blatta orientalis, Carbo veg
  • Allergy to Wasps - Vespa crabro
  • Allergy to Weevils - Grindelia, Ipecac
  • Allergy to Wheat - Nat mur, Psorinum
  • Allergy to beer; malt liquor - Kali Bich
  • Allergy to warm boiled milk - Sepia
  • Allergy to cod liver oil - Hepar Sulph
  • Allergy to aspirin, bad liquors, salt butter, bad eggs, poultry items - Carbo Veg
  • Allergy to antibiotic - Sulphur
  • Allergy to antibiotic - Sulphur
  • Allergy to coffee - Nux Vom
  • Allergy to heat - Apis Mel
  • Allergy to cold drinks; fruits; rotten foods, iodine - Arsenic Album -
  • Allergy to dampness - Dulcamara
  • Allergy to smell of flowers - Ailanthus
  • Allergy to sugar - Argentum nit
  • Allergy to rice - Tellurium
  • Allergy to cabbage - Petrolium
  • Allergy to cheese - Nitri-spiritus dulcus
  • Allergy to dust - Justicia adhatoda
Healthy Tips for Self Care
  • Try to reduce your exposure to some allergens, such as dust mites, animal danders, pollens etc.
  • wash your bedding in very hot water like 130 degree F and dry it hanging in open sunny area or in a hot dryer minimum once in a week
  • Wear a mask while cleaning your house or gardening which keeps pollen out of your nose and mouth
  • Clean your floors with a damp mop or cloth daily. If you are putting carpet then clean it by vacuum 2 to 3 times in a week.
  • Use baking soda, mineral oil, club soda, or vinegar to clean instead of using cleaning solutions .
  • Don't Let Pets Sleep with You. Their fur and dander (dried skin, hair, and saliva) can cause allergy to your body.
  • Keep your house plants outside the house in spring season. Because the mold spores that live in the warm and wet dirt of the flower bucket.
  • Allergy or hay fever is developed in a person of hypersensitive immune system. The immune system becomes hypersensitive if you always stay in a constant stress. so meditation, yoga, pranayam are very much essential to keep you stress free.
  • Exercise regularly. Exercise produces adrenaline, a natural way to relieve a stuffy nose.
  • Use an air conditioner or air purifier with a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter.

 

 

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