Symptoms, remedies, treatments and care for Hay Fever


Allergies, a.k.a. allergic diseases, are a number of conditions caused by hypersensitivity of the immune system to something in the environment that usually causes little or no problem in most people.

An allergy starts when your immune system mistakes a normally harmless substance for a dangerous invader. The immune system then produces antibodies that remain on the alert for that particular substance (the allergen). Such overreaction of your immune system can inflame your skin, sinuses, airways or digestive system.

Common types of allergies include hay fever (a.k.a. allergic rhinitis), food allergies, skin allergies (atopic dermatitis), allergic asthma, and drug allergies.

Symptoms of hay fever include sneezing, itching of the nose; eyes or roof of the mouth, runny or stuffy nose, watery; red or swollen eyes.

Symptoms of food allergies include hives, swelling of the lips; tongue; face or throat, and tingling in the mouth.

Symptoms of skin allergies include itch, redden, flake or peel.

Symptoms of allergic asthma include wheezing, shortness of breath, cough or chest congestion.

Symptom of drug allergies include hives, rash, itch, wheezing and swelling.

A severe type of allergy called anaphylaxis may cause symptoms like trouble breathing, blueness of the skin, dizziness, fainting, anxiety, confusion, rapid pulse, nausea, diarrhea, and other serious conditions. For these severe types of conditions, an immediate medical attention is required.


Inhale hot steam  Popularity: 102  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Drink apple cider vinegar  Popularity: 97  Effectiveness: 3.7  
Drink lime juice  Popularity: 90  Effectiveness: 2.7  
Eat ginger  Popularity: 87  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Eat garlic  Popularity: 62  Effectiveness: 2.0  
Eat local honey  Popularity: 56  Effectiveness: 3.1  
Wash nostrils with saline solution  Popularity: 45  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Take shower to wash off pollen  Popularity: 45  Effectiveness: 2.5  
Eat banana  Popularity: 43  Effectiveness: 1.4  
Drink carrot juice  Popularity: 24  Effectiveness: 2.1  
Inhale peppermint essential oil  Popularity: 19  Effectiveness: 2.8  
Take turmeric  Popularity: 17  Effectiveness: 3.3  
Take castor oil  Popularity: 12  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Take oats bath  Popularity: 9  Effectiveness: 0.6  
Drink nettle leaf tea  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 2.7  
Drink licorice tea  Popularity: 1  Effectiveness: 1.0  
Take cumin & fennel and sesame seeds  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  

Hay Fever

Hay fever is an allergic disorder characterized by an exaggerated immune response to pollen grains and other substances. Typically, if you suffer from hay fever in the spring, you're probably allergic to tree pollens. Grass and weed pollens may be causing your allergic reaction during the summer. In autumn, weeds may plague you, and fungus spores cause problems primarily from late March through November but can be present year round.


Eat citrus fruits  Popularity: 117  Effectiveness: 3.1  
inhale steam  Popularity: 54  Effectiveness: 3.1  
Drink apple cider vinegar  Popularity: 53  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Eat local honey  Popularity: 40  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Chew ginger  Popularity: 37  Effectiveness: 3.7  
Rinse with salt water  Popularity: 37  Effectiveness: 2.6  
Chew garlic  Popularity: 25  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Eat grapefruit and lemon  Popularity: 15  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Eat onion  Popularity: 15  Effectiveness: 1.2  
Drink chamomile tea or inhale chamomile  Popularity: 4  Effectiveness: 3.9  
Apply petroleum jelly  Popularity: 4  Effectiveness: 2.0  
Drink nettle tea  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 3.6  
Drink turmeric tea  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Take butterbur supplement  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  

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