You can solve your allergies problems with natural nutrients without using drugs or pills.



Did you know there are nutrients in fruits and vegetables that can help you get rid of allergies?

What is Allergies?

Think of allergies as a kind of mistake. They happen because things like dust, pollen, or stuff in animal fur trick your immune system into thinking it’s under attack (that’s why the symptoms of colds and allergies can be so similar—they’re your body’s way of responding to a foreign invader).

But if you have an allergy to them, your body kicks into gear anyway. Special cells in the blood vessel linings of the inner eyelids, nasal membranes, and lungs release substances called histamine and inflammatory prostaglandins. These are the real culprits behind all the misery. They release fluids and cause swelling to flush out what your body thinks is a viral or bacterial infection.

Stay Away from Over The Counter or OTC Prescriptions

It's dangerous to take allergy drugs, if you are suffering from sneezing, sniffling, runny nose, and watery, itchy eyes. It's because if you’re getting relief from the usual allergy drugs, you’re replacing one set of problems with another—and the consequences can be serious.

That’s because most of these medications aren’t good for you. Dr.Sears is going to show you a safe, natural way to beat allergies.

Both over-the-counter and prescription allergy drugs come with a host of side effects that pose serious health risks. You may have experienced some of them, including:

• Drowsiness

• “Brain fog”

• Rapid or irregular heartbeat

• High blood pressure

• Constipation

• Dry mouth

• Short-term memory loss

• Urine retention

• Erectile dysfunction

• Muscle spasms

• Kidney and liver damage

• Blurred vision

Fighting allergies doesn’t have to be this unpleasant—or dangerous.

How to Defeat Allergies with Three Simple Nutrients

The secret behind Nature’s remedy lies in three natural compounds:

• Bromelain

Quercetin/Bromelain 180c

- Bromelain comes from the roots of the pineapple tree. Bromelain partners up against allergic reactions in two different ways. It counteracts the effects of inflammatory prostaglandin, and also helps your body to absorb quercetin more efficiently.

• Quercetin

Quercetin is plentiful in all kinds of plants, including apples, berries, broccoli, squash, and some nuts and seeds.

- Quercetin targets the special cells that make histamine. Studies have shown that it not only prevents allergies before they start; it can stop allergic reactions in progress, even at doses as low as 1.5 micrograms. And it works instantly.

• Vitamin C

- Vitamin C adds two more allergy-fighting forces to help you fend off the sniffles. You probably already know about its immune-boosting benefits. It turns out it’s also a potent anti-histamine. It halts the production of histamine and speeds up the breakdown of histamine already in the blood. A 1992 study showed that taking two grams of vitamin C per day lowered histamine levels by 38 percent in healthy adults—after just one week.

What’s more, vitamin C and quercetin reinforce each other. Vitamin C makes quercetin last longer, and quercetin prevents vitamin C from breaking down.

Even though there have been plenty of studies proving their effectiveness, this “triple threat” has slipped under modern medicine’s radar screen. Dr.Sears has been using them with great success in his practice for years.

You can find formulas that combine bromelain and quercetin in health food stores. Follow the directions on the label, since the recommended amounts will vary depending on how severe your allergies are.

Add about 1,000 mg of Vitamin C per day to get the full anti-allergy benefit. Click here and look for Vitamin C at the left navigation bar to get yours TODAY.



How to prevent hay fever?

Do you know how hay fever got its name? In England, they harvest alfalfa and other grasses to make hay for winter animal feed. It’s the “dust” from these grasses that are the original cause of hay fever.

A British doctor named John Bostock originally described the symptoms way back in 1819. He called it “a periodical infection of the eyes and chest.”

Today, we know that what happens is an overreaction of your immune system to particles in the air, like pollen and ragweed. They are produced by trees in the spring, and grasses in the early summer.

Scientists have a fancier name for hay fever. They call it seasonal allergic rhinitis. But the symptoms are the same. You might get a runny nose, a cough and a sore throat. And you may also sneeze a lot and have reddened, itchy, watery eyes.

Some fairly common natural remedies for allergies are nettle, capsaicin and quercetin. These are all great for clearing out airways and relieving sinus congestion. But they don’t get to the root of the problem and make you less sensitive to the particles that can irritate you in the first place.

Instead, here are three ways to help stop the suffering before it starts, and keep hay fever away this year, and every year.

1) Vitamin D

- People with low levels of vitamin D seem to be more likely to have breathing problems and allergies.

• The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey found that allergies were much more common in children with low levels of vitamin D. For example, they were almost five times more likely to be allergic to oak pollen.

• Another study found that those with low vitamin D produced more of the IgE molecule that increases allergic response.

Vitamin D is essential to normal immune response. The first thing immune cells do before they can fight attackers is look for vitamin D. If your vitamin D level isn’t normal, your immune function won’t be normal, either.

You should be able to get more than enough vitamin D by:

- going outside in the sunshine every day for about 20 minutes. If you can’t get out in the sun,

- there are a few foods you can eat that have lots of vitamin D, including eggs, mushrooms, alfalfa and small fish like herring,

- Another is cod liver oil. One teaspoon contains 1,360 IU of vitamin D. If you need to supplement, you need at least 2,000 IU each day.


2) Butterbur

Petadolex (Butterbur) 60 Softgel

- This shrub grows mostly in damp, marshy spots throughout Europe. It’s been used for centuries to treat headaches and respiratory illnesses. It’s now considered excellent for allergy prevention.

In one study, they gave people suffering from hay fever either butterbur, or a dose of the prescription drug cetirizine. You might know it better as Zyrtec. The people taking butterbur got the same relief from pain and other symptoms.

And butterbur didn’t make anyone drowsy or “foggy,” so those people were able to do more and feel more vital than people taking the drug.

Butterbur has petasines, which help block IgE from causing allergic reactions. It also helps calm smooth muscle spasms to relieve sneezing. You need at least 100 mg, twice a day for a week or so before allergy season starts, then drop back to 50 mg a day.


3) Beeswax Candles

Ear Candle Beeswax 12pk

– For hundreds of years, candles were made from beeswax, not petroleum (paraffin) like they are today.

And beeswax candles filter the air you breathe.

That’s because burning beeswax is the only fuel that emits negatively charged ions. Negative ions are what many electronic air purifiers use, and what doctors use to treat babies with bronchitis and asthma.

The negative ions connect with positively charged ions that carry dust, mold, bacteria, viruses and other allergens. The excess weight causes the irritants in the air to fall to the ground where they can be swept up or vacuumed.

To get the anti-allergy benefits, burn a 100% beeswax candle in your room for a few hours before bedtime.

But make sure you get the real thing. Many candles labeled “beeswax” are a combination of beeswax and paraffin. When in doubt, your nose will tell you every time. Beeswax has a uniquely fresh smell, which is distinctly different from paraffin.

Plus, you get a beeswax bonus: When your candle has reached its end, use the leftovers to make a natural lip balm or hand cream.


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