When spring begins, so does allergy season. The itchy eyes, runny nose and dry cough remind you to up your allergy meds. But perhaps closely monitoring your diet, especially the foods you eat, can relieve some common allergy symptoms.
According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, allergies occur because the body’s immune system overreacts to harmless substances and treats them as if they’re a potential threat, even though they aren’t
Treatment options for common allergies range from antihistamines to avoiding the allergen altogether. While there are foods that can trigger allergic reactions (peanuts, shellfish, dairy), there are also certain foods that can relieve allergies caused by pollen and other environmental triggers.
To help you relieve the symptoms of allergic rhinitis, we’ve a tea recipe for you that requires only two ingredients: Ginger and fennel.
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