A new resource in dealing with seasonal allergies.
Pollen from grasses, trees, and flowers are a spring time nightmare for some.
Pollen looks like the old school weapon known as the mace.
And that spiky thing impacts your nose, eyes, and mouth. ouch!
The mucus membranes in those areas trap the pollen, the immune cells engulf it, and then your body tries to get rid of it.
However, if our immune system is overloaded or stressed, our response becomes too much and that leads to an overactive histamine reaction.
And that will lead to symptoms like runny noses, watery and itchy eyes, sneezing, coughing. You know the deal.
The big picture support would involve improving immune function and your body's stress response but in the meantime we want to reduce symptoms.
I have been testing this new herbal supplement and so far have gotten amazing results!
From Standard Process-
Black Cumin Seed Forte contains a whole plant extract of Black Cumin seed to support healthy liver and digestive function as well as the metabolism of fat.
The compounds in Black Cumin are used traditionally in Ayurvedic herbal preparations to:
Support healthy digestive function
Support healthy liver function and metabolism of fat
Help relieve occasional mild digestive discomfort, including bloating and flatulence
Provide antioxidant activity
Help maintain general health and well-being*but at a seminar a few weeks ago, I spoke with a doc who asked me about using it for allergies.
In our office, we typically use Black Cumin Seed Forte to support the breakdown of biofilm (a whole different topic).
But recently I was at a seminar and a doc asked me about getting good results with Black Cumin Seed for allergies.
I had no idea what he was talking about.
So, of course I tested it.
If you suffer from seasonal allergies and are looking for a natural way to deal with them, try black cumin seed forte. Here is a link to the online store:
2 pills every few hours seems to do the trick.
Try it out.
Let me know your results.
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