Seasonal Allergy Tincture

How to Make a Seasonal Allergy Tincture

Does sneezing, wheezing, and watery eyes sound familiar?

It’s allergy season, for many that may mean intense suffering for the next several months. For others, it could be a mild irritation.

Often, seasonal allergies are connected to an unhealthy gut. While many (if not most) people who suffer from seasonal allergies could benefit from a gut healing protocol such as GAPS. Not everyone has the time for it, or might not feel quite up to the challenge quite yet.

Thankfully, there are God-given plants in nature that work together to help our bodies fight off allergic responses.

My favorite way to ease allergy symptoms is to use a seasonal allergy tincture with three of my go-to herbs: nettle, dandelion root, and dried rose hips.

All three of these herbs contain bioflavonoids, namely quercetin, (as well as numerous other vitamins and nutrients) that work as natural antihistamines.

Continue reading at Modern Alternative Health to learn how to make this seasonal allergy tincture

Seasonal Allergy Tincture

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