Allergic rhinitis is the scientific name for seasonal allergies. As a sufferer of seasonal allergies tailoring a diet to keep me off antihistamines. I don’t want to take Allegra or Claritin or Benadryl or Zyrtec. They all either make me sleepy or make my stomach twist. They are all junk. From what professionals have told me, long term use can be bad for your organs and blood pressure. I can’t go for any of those chemicals. I want to be able to control my body through natural cures and good, quality food.
What types of foods have natural antihistamines?
Quercetin is an antioxident known as bioflavonoid. This group of natural elements are not considered traditional antioxidants or antihistamines. They more acurately clean out the system of impurities and that creates an antioxidant capacity in the blood. Quercetin is found in green, leafy vegetables, dark red or blue fruits, tomatoes, red onion, capers, and red wine. It can be found as a supplement (which I am going to try).
Linked here is a Japanese study that found that Quercetin reduced allergy symptoms. They found that this element reduced itchiness and runny noses.
Bromelain is a mixture of different digestive enzymes found in pineapples. I am a seller of dried pineapples in bulk on this website. It is an element absorbed easily by the body and has anti-inflammatory properties. Bromelain is used in recovery from things like sinus infections.
Surely, you have all of the good qualities about Vitamin C. It is a natural anti-histamine. Found in every citrus fruits including apples, raisins, mango, and many more. I have had two doctors prescribe it to me over the past two years. Vitamin C can also be found in leafy greens, broccoli, and even potatoes.
There are many other natural remedies that are thought to reduce specific allergies. These include elderberry and stinging nettle extract. Combining these foods to alleviate seasonal allergies you can reduce or stop your dependency on pharmacy bought