3 Home Remedies for Allergy Relief

Home remedies have long been a favorite. Did you know that some people claim to have minor relief for some basic allergies? Here are two regulars that we’ve heard of. What do you think?

Nettle Leaf

Nettle leaf is said to be effective in blocking the body’s ability to produce histamine – one of the triggers associated with allergic reactions. It can be also be used with other herbs like peppermint and red raspberry to create a comforting herbal tea.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Numerous people have tested apple cider vinegar’s efficiency as a remedy for a variety of health issues. What you probably didn’t know is that some have suggested it for use for allergy relief too. Its ability to minimize mucous production and cleanse the lymphatic system are said to be among the beneficial uses against allergens.

Do you have allergies?

Home remedies are fun. If you’re looking for proven results consult your local allergist or CLICK HERE to read more about the benefits of sublingual immunotherapy.

About The Author

Stuart H. Agren, M.D.

Stuart H. Agren, M.D. completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Utah and went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University School of Medicine in 1974. He completed additional training at L.D.S. Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah and then established his private medical practice starting in 1975. Dr. Agren completed a mini-residency in Industrial Medicine at the Robert Johnson School of Medicine at Rutgers University and also completed training to become a certified Medical Review Officer.

Dr. Agren was the Medical Director at TRW and McDonnell Douglas in Mesa, Arizona and at Stauffer Chemical and Kennecott Copper in Salt Lake City, Utah. He also served as an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University.

In his private medical practice, Dr. Agren specialized in family practice and allergy. In his work as a private practice allergist, he was one of the first doctors in the country to prescribe sublingual immunotherapy to his patients as an alternative to subcutaneous immunotherapy (allergy shots). He has also been a trailblazer in the field of food allergy treatment and research, developing a program to treat multiple food allergies simultaneously using sublingual immunotherapy. Dr. Agren has been featured on local CBS, NBC, and ABC news affiliates and won the peer-nominated “Top Doc” award from Phoenix Magazine.

After 20 years in private practice, Dr. Agren became the Founder and President of AllergyEasy, which helps primary care physicians around the country offer allergy testing and sublingual immunotherapy treatment to their patients. Over 200 physicians in over 32 states use the AllergyEasy program to help their patients overcome environmental and food allergies and asthma.