10 All-Natural Remedies To Alleviate Allergies

By Jeanette Morelan on April 19, 2016

Spring can cause sniffles, coughs, and sneezes all around—but before you reach for the medicine cabinet, check out some of these tried-and-true natural allergy remedies.


DIY Nettles Allergy Relief

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Harness the allergy-fighting power of nettles in two different ways: a green soup, or a tea infusion.

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DIY Elderberry Syrup For Allergy Relief

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Antioxidant-rich elderberries have helped alleviate the symptoms of allergies, colds and the flu for ages—make this syrup for your at-home pharmacy!

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DIY Sinus Clearing Shower Tablets

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Head feel like you're in a cloud? Use these DIY vapor-releasing shower tablets to help clear things up, pronto.



DIY Anti-Inflammatory Essential Oil Blend

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Harness the power of essential oils to bring healing and relief to an inflamed nasal system.

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DIY Turmeric Honey Super Booster

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Honey and turmeric are powerful anti-inflammatory/anti-microbial agents, providing your immune system with extra support during allergy season.

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DIY Sinus & Allergy Relief Sticks

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Apply this balm around eyes and under the nose—the essential oils will help to relieve irritation.

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Homemade Saline Nose Wash

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Save some cash on this popular remedy by making your own saline wash—this DIY has helpful usage tips as well!

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DIY Homemade Cough Drops

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Stop itchy and dry throats in their tracks with these homemade raw honey and cinnamon cough drops.

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Honey Eye Wash

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Relieve itchy, red eyes with this easy and healing eye wash.

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Allergies Be Gone Green Juice

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Parsley and lemon combine to create a powerful allergy-fighting juice that you can sip on all day long.

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