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3 Powerful Nutrients for Springtime Allergies By Dr. Angela Potter

May 03, 2017

As we welcome the spring season with all the beautiful flowers and warmer days, many people also welcome in pesky allergy symptoms. Are you one of those people who find that runny noses, watery eyes, and coughs are all too familiar signs that spring is upon us? Here are three natural remedies that can help improve those symptoms so you can enjoy the fresh springtime air. Nettle Nettle is one of the most nutrient dense herbs in the plant world. You can take it in tea, tincture or supplement form and you can even add it to your cooking! When taken in supplement form, freeze-dried nettle is best. Be patient while using nettle, most people find allergy relief after using the herb for 3-4 weeks. Quercetin When someone experiences allergies, it means their immune system is on overdrive. Quercetin is a potent antioxidant that helps balance the immune system. It also acts as a natural antihistamine. Vitamin C Vitamin C is a also a powerful antioxidant and antihistamine like quercetin. In fact, most people find they get the biggest allergy relief when combining vitamin C and quercetin together. www.drangelapotter.com




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