One of the key ingredients that can help you battle hay fever is honey. By including more of it in your diet, you can become more accustomed to pollen and hence lower your sensitivity to the allergen. Add some to your favorite cup of tea or simply spread a tablespoon of honey over your toast in the morning to see your hay fever symptoms gradually decline.
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One of the most important vitamins to include in your diet, Vitamin C helps your body fight off intruders and allergens that cause the side effects that can be truly tiring, especially when you are out and about and simply trying to enjoy some sun! Try adding a glass of orange juice to your diet if it is low in vitamin C. This vitamin is a natural antihistamine!
Chamomile tea is both an antioxidant (which fights off free radicals in your body that can make you sick) and a natural antihistamine. Mix it with honey or use cold tea bags that have been drenched in water directly on your closed eyes. This can help reduce the swelling.
If these do not work, consider other natural remedies such as garlic to boost your immune system, carotenoids to increase inflammation, or hot peppers which can open up your nasal airways and free up a clogged nose.