The first hints of spring generate anticipation for warmer, sunnier days for most people, but for millions of Americans, it conjures images of the dreaded allergy season. During this time when the air is thick with microscopic plant particles, allergy sufferers experience immune imbalances from mast cells that cause excess histamine, triggering symptoms such as itchy eyes, sneezing, and sniffling. Over-the-counter antihistamine drugs are helpful to decrease the symptoms, but they cause side effects, such as drowsiness, and some cannot be taken long term. Herbs and enzymes can offer relief without side effects, and they tend to be most effective when started a few weeks before the allergy season hits.

The botanical approach to stabilizing mast cells and improving mucous membrane integrity largely involves using herbs such as turmeric (Curcuma longa), nettle leaf (Urtica diocia), eyebright (Euphrasia off.), bayberry (Myrica off.), yarrow (Achillea millifolium), and goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis).




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