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Kansas Kid    Posted 09-06-2001 at 16:32:50       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Does anyone have a home remedy for helping allergies or any other good info. about allergies.

Bottom dollar    Posted 09-22-2002 at 11:40:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
Stop eating all red meat(beef&pig)and stay off all dairy products(milk cheese icecream)youre problems will be over. I know from experance.

Lenore    Posted 09-07-2001 at 06:59:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Try a teaspoon of honey every morning. It must be a locally produced honey, which will contain trace amounts of the pollen/allergens in your area...sort of a homeopathic approach.

Tom A    Posted 09-07-2001 at 04:26:38       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Yeah, I've got a great cure, but you probably won't want to try it. If you do try it, you'll see it works.

A 2 mile run in the morning (doesn't have to be very fast) will clear you up for at least a full day, usually two. But unless you're running now, you'd have to work up to it. During my allergy season, I usually run a very miserable first mile as I'm coughing up crap and can't breath, and then right about the 1.5 mile mark some magic happens and everything starts to clear up. By 2 miles or so, I'm set for the day with no sniffles stuffiness or post-nasal slime.

Honestly works better than any medication I've tried, off-shelf or prescription, and I've tried most. But I also know there's lots of reasons why not to do it.... :-)

good luck with whatever you do,

Ole Cuss    Posted 09-07-2001 at 03:11:13       [Reply]  [No Email]

A neighbor takes Echinacea 500mg twice a day and says it helps with allergies. I have tried it on my hay fever with good results during tree pollen season (spring) and equivocal results during grass pollen season (summer). Since we're only starting into weed pollen season (later summer/early fall), there hasn't beeen sufficient time to tell whether it helps.

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