Medicine For Allergy Remedy







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A damaging immune response by the body to a substance, especially a particular food, pollen, fur, or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive. The most common food allergy signs and symptoms include: Tingling or itching in the mouth. Hives, itching or eczema. Swelling of the lips, face, tongue and throat or other parts of the body. Wheezing, nasal congestion or trouble breathing. Abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting. Dizziness, lightheadedness or fainting.


Causes The Immune system incorrectly perceives some substances as a threat • Respiratory allergies are caused by airborne allergens like dust, pollen, etc • Food allergy is are caused as an adverse reaction to certain food items • Contact allergy is caused by skin's reaction to some metals, fragrances or latex Allergy explained in Ayurvedic literature as the concept of asatmya. “Aushadha anna viharanam upayogam sukhavaham sahi satmyam” is an ancient Ayurvedic phrase that means when a person comes in contact with medicines, diet, lifestyle, and environmental changes, the body can adjust and accept these things. This is tolerance (satmya). Conversely, intolerance (asatmya) happens when the body can no longer accept the changes and an adverse reaction occurs. Intolerance and allergy are both conditions of hypersensitivity, a reaction of the body to factors that it can no longer deal with in a healthy way. One of the root causes of this intolerance is imbalanced agni or digestive fire. Often the body is at its limit in dealing appropriately with challenges, like the proverbial “last straw”. If we pay close attention, we can see signs and symptoms of the body being on the edge, and these can be classified according to the doshas -- vata, pitta, or kapha in nature.

Natural home remedies 1-Take 250 ml carrot juice+ Add 100 ml beetroot juice+ Add 100 ml cucumber juice+Mix well+ Have once everyday 2- Take 1 glass lukewarm water+ Squeeze ½ lemon in it+ Add 1 tsp honey+ Mix well+Drink on an empty stomach 3-Take half a teaspoon of amlaki, steep in boiling water and then strain the liquid before drinking it. 4-A teaspoon of Ashwagandha taken with a cup of warm milk during bedtime will also balance Vata. 5-A neti pot, or nasal rinse cup, is a must-have accessory for anyone with seasonal allergies. It helps remove the congestion as well as the allergens that are irritating the nasal passages and the sinuses. 6-Nasya is the Ayurvedic practice of putting herbalized oil drops in the nose. This practice lubricates dry nasal passages, delivers the benefits of herbs directly to the nose, and keeps allergens from directly irritating the nasal lining. 7-daily practice of pranayama, or breath techniques. kindly contact on our given helpline numbers for details.....


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