There’s no escaping it…
It’s allergy time… and if you’re prone to “hay fever” yourself, you probably already know it.
Your nose already told you!
We’re facing one of the worst allergy seasons on record as experts say the heavy rains and snows that fell across the nation are setting the stage for an incredible bloom.
That’s already led to spectacular wildflower scenes…
And the flipside—high levels of pollen and other allergens; this year, even people who don’t normally suffer could go down for the count.
But there’s a way to escape it all…
Someone who can make it through spring without so much as a single sniffle.
It’s YOU! Because I’m going to show you how to CURE those allergies today...
Your guide to CURING allergies WITHOUT drugs
It’s funny how so many people have so many different reactions.
Maybe you get the sniffles and sneezes.
Maybe you’re the type who leaks out of the eyes as if you’ve just watched “Old Yeller” again.
Maybe you don’t need any tissues at all – maybe you’re the type where it’s all in the throat.
Or maybe it’s all of the above!
Some people can’t make it through the season without daily use of allergy drugs… but if you’ve tried them, you know they’re not perfect.
They can lose effectiveness over time. And even when they work, they can leave you with irritating side effects like dry mouth and drowsiness (ironically, even the “non-drowsy” allergy meds list this as a side effect!).
There’s a BETTER way…
First, I suggest starting with the natural therapy butterbur, which has proven in studies to work as well as popular over-the-counter allergy meds but without the side effects.
Another option is homeopathic medicine. The best cure will depend on the cause of your allergies and/or specific symptoms, so you may need to mix and match to get the best results.
Here are a few to get you started:
• Sneezing: Allium cepa and/or nux vomica
• Leaky eyes: Euphrasia (made from the aptly named eyebright plant)
• Dry cough: Bryonia
• Runny nose: Allium cepa and/or nux vomica
For more persistent allergies, consider isopathy, or drops containing homeopathic forms of common allergies.
If you’re allergic to ragweed, for example, you’d take homeopathic ragweed drops several times a day. Over time, your immune system learns how to recognize and handle them, and eventually you can stop the drops.
For more help, speak to a holistic medical doctor or a pharmacist who specializes in natural medicine.