Allergy Remedies 

Organic Allergy Care

Seasonal allergies, also commonly referred to as hay fever or allergic rhinitis, generally cause a variety of symptoms that primarily affect the nose and respiratory tract. If you have allergies, it means that your immune system is recognizing a certain substance as a threat. When your body comes into contact with the substance, the immune system overreacts and begins to fight the substance, thus causing your allergy symptoms.

Allergy symptoms can vary from season to season and case to case, but some of the most common symptoms include:

  • A runny nose

  • Itchy, irritated, and red or watery eyes

  • An itchy nose and itchy throat

  • Sneezing

  • Nasal congestion

  • Fatigue that results from poor sleep quality caused by nasal congestion or other symptoms

  • A dry, mild cough

Understanding Allergy Triggers and How to Avoid Them

Many things can trigger allergies, and once you identify your allergen or allergens, it may become easier for you to avoid exposure to that allergen and lessen your symptoms.

Common triggers of hay fever include:

  • Outdoor allergens such as pollen from grass, trees, weeds, and mold spores

  • Indoor allergens like dust, pet dander, pet hair, or mold

  • General irritants such as cigarette smoke, perfume or other strong fragrances, and car exhaust or other strong fumes

If you have seasonal allergies, your symptoms will generally peak during certain times of the year, such as when the seasons change from spring to summer or summer to fall. Your symptoms may also be worse on certain days when the pollen counts are particularly high, and you may experience particularly severe symptoms in the morning as pollen counts tend to soar in the early hours of the day.

You may be able to somewhat control your symptoms by using certain strategies of allergen avoidance.

You can work to avoid your allergens by:

  • Staying inside on dry and windy days

  • Changing clothes and taking a shower after spending time outdoors

  • Keeping doors and windows closed on days when pollen counts are high

  • Checking the pollen counts each day before doing activities outdoors

That said, these strategies may not always be enough to prevent allergy symptoms, and they may not help at all to relieve symptoms you are already experiencing.

When you need more effective relief, allergy medications or a natural remedy may be able to help.

Here are the safest on the market:
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Genexa Organic Kid's Allergy

🍃 Genexa Kids' Allergy is real medicine, made clean - providing safe, effective relief from common allergy symptoms due to hay fever and other upper respiratory allergies including runny nose, sneezing, itching of the nose, itching of the throat, and itchy, watery eyes.

  • Made with the same active ingredient as Children's Benadryl but with no artificial inactive ingredients

  • Flavored with organic agave

  • 4 FL OZ (118 mL) Liquid Suspension

Directions

  • Take every 4-6 hours, or as directed by a doctor.

  • Do not give more than 6 doses in any 24-hour period.

  • Use only with enclosed dose cup. Do not use with any other dosing device.

  • Adults and children 12 years of age and over: 10-20 mL.

  • Children 6 to under 12 years: 5 mL - 10 mL every 4 hours.

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Genexa Organic Kid's Allergy Care

🍃 Genexa Kids' Allergy Care is a real remedy, made clean. This homeopathic remedy addresses symptoms associated with hay fever or other respiratory allergies*.

At a Glance

  • Non-drowsy

  • Organic chewable tablets

  • Portable on-the-go bottle

Directions

  • For best results, use at the first sign of symptoms and continue use as needed.

  • Children 3-11 years of age - Chew 2 tablets at the onset of symptoms. Do not swallow whole. Repeat every 6-8 hours as needed.

  • Children under 3 years of age - Ask a doctor before use