Butterbur for Hay Fever

butterbur and hayfever

Hay fever is caused by an allergic reaction in your body. Though symptoms of hay fever are similar to a cold, congestion and runny nose, it doesn’t lead to fever. The allergy is in response to airborne substances reaction with antibodies that were released by your immune system. When these fine powdered particles (pollen) enters […]

Local Honey and Hay Fever

local honey for hay fever

Hay fever is an allergic reaction which is triggered when your immune system attacks allergens. This collision between antibodies released by immune system and allergen produces histamine. When a person eats local honey then that person is thought to be ingesting local pollen. Over time, a person may become less-sensitive to this pollen. As a […]

Quercetin and Hay Fever

quercetin and hay fever

Fruits, flowers and vegetables get their color from a pigment present in plant known as quercetin. It is a flavonoids found in onions, citrus and apples. Because of antioxidant activity quercetin has been used as medicine to treat various ailments. Quercetin for hay fever works because of its antihistamine effect residing in this pigment. Allergic […]