With so many allergy relief medications out on the market it can be confusing to figure out which medications to use, so sometimes itâ€™s a possibility to opt for a natural remedy. We at Crucial Vacuum want you to feel your best at all times. We’ve found information that we believe will be able to help you feel better – The following remedies come from exitallergy.com:
Eucalyptus â€ścalms coughs and relieves nasal congestion.â€ťÂ It is often found in â€ścough and cold remedies, chest rubs, and various oils and liniments to relieve pain.â€ťÂ Â Eucalyptus has the properties of an â€śantiseptic and a stimulant with expectorant and antibiotic properties.Â Additionally, eucalyptus vapors clear â€ścongestion and loosens mucus.â€ťÂ Think â€śsteam treatments.â€ťÂ Also the reason that eucalyptus is used so often in lozenges is because it â€śincreases the production of saliva to reduce the urge to cough.â€ť
Red Clover is an asthma remedy when used in the form of a tea.Â â€śIt has antispasmodic and expectorant qualities.â€ť
Alfalfa is believed to combat runny noses, â€śsneezing, and itching present in allergic rhinitis,â€ť often referred to as “hay fever.”Â It is also believed to â€śnourish the nervous system and to calm the immune system.â€ť
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
Apple cider vinegar is â€śrich in vitamins E, A, B1, B2 and B6â€ť and also has â€śpotassium, calcium, and magnesium.â€ťÂ If used in conjunction with a â€śchest compress,â€ť it can reduce â€śthe amount of mucus in the sinus cavities, soothes sore throats, and will shorten the duration of colds.â€ť
Licorice root has been used as a cough remedy for quite some time.Â â€śIt should be used with caution by anyone prone to high blood pressure as excessive use of licorice will make hypertension worse.â€ť Â Licorice root has been used in teas to combat a cough and sore throat, such as Traditional Medicials Throat Coat Tea.
Make sure to consult a doctor before considering using natural remedies to see if they are a good option for you.