Herbs For Allergies

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In 2010, a study in Korea demonstrated the effects of licoachalcone, a constituent of licorice, as havingantitumor, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects. It inhibits cellular activities that promote allergic reaction and has been found to have therapeutic potentials to decrease skin inflammation. [5] Researchers have found that the reduced inflammation is due to licorice’s ability to enhance cortisol levels or to enable this hormone to last longer without any adverse side effects. [3]


Perhaps one of the safest and most accessible methods to prevent or relieve allergy is by taking raw garlic. Like stinging nettle, it contains quercetin which research shows, has anti-inflammatory characteristics [1] and serves as a mast cell stabilizer to keep cells away from histamine-causing inflammation. [2]

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