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Natural Home Remedies for Allergies

August 19, 2019

Hey, guys, Dr. Josh Axe here. Welcome to Ancient Medicine Today here on
Facebook Live and YouTube Live. Today, we’re going to talk about how to get
rid of those seasonal allergies. So, if you’re a person who gets chronic allergies,
your nose runs, your eyes get red. You get those head colds or you just feel
miserable, you do not want to miss this. I’ll be going through the best essential oils,
herbs, vitamins, supplements, the diet to overcome allergies very, very fast. And they help me spread the word that food
is medicine. Take a minute right now, punch that Share
button, click that Love button. Let’s help spread the word together. Let’s dive right in. I’m going to talk about the things you got
to avoid first. Now, these foods I’m about to touch on can
cause inflammation and really increase that overall histamine reaction happening in the
body. And the first one there is alcohol, especially
beer. So, if you’re having allergy symptoms, especially
that redness and your sinuses, you’re going to want to stay away from alcohol, especially
beer would be number one. Staying away from beer of all types of alcohol. I mean doing a little bit of something like
a whiskey or red wine isn’t going to be as harmful. But absolutely, all alcohol especially beer
is going to cause the most inflammation and exacerbate your allergies even more. The next thing here is caffeine. You know, caffeine in general can be really
taxing on the adrenal glands and the kidneys. And really, your kidneys and adrenals are
partly responsible for helping your body filter, really strengthening your overall system,
and your immunity helping you fight allergy. So, you absolutely don’t want to go overboard
with caffeine. Now, doing a little bit of herbal tea with
small amounts of caffeine such as a true green tea or a white tea is going to be fine. But again, lots of caffeine especially in
the form of coffee is going to cause more issues and exacerbate those seasonal allergies. Next thing here, conventional dairy. Now there are a lot of problems with dairy
for allergies, but here are a few. Number one, if you’re doing conventional dairy,
when you pasteurize dairy, it heats it up sometimes at boiling point. And what that’s going to do is it’s going
to kill off all the enzymes, so now your body can’t really break down the proteins and the
lactose as well that’s found in dairy. And so that’s going to absolutely cause allergies
in and of itself. Also, dairy is a very dampening food. Within Chinese medicine, the thing that really
causes Candida and yeast overgrowth and mucus buildup in your sinuses and in your throat
is actually dampness. And milk is very dampening to your body. So, probably, and I mean this, probably the
worst food you could drink or eat during seasonal allergy time is going to be a glass of conventional
milk or cheese is going to really cause allergies to get much worst. And number four here, this might surprise
you but chocolate. Chocolate actually can exacerbate some of
those allergy symptoms as well. Now here’s a bigger one though overall, peanuts. Peanuts, many of them can hold on to mold. And sort of at the top of the food allergy
list, peanuts sit really high. Sugar, another thing you want to stay away
from. We know it feeds yeast, Candida. It causes dampness and causes inflammation
which is going to exacerbate allergies. Artificial sweeteners are going to cause inflammation. Processed foods, fast-food, refined food,
you want to get rid of all these stuff. And, of course, what do you want to eat instead? Real food. Real food that are high in enzymes and nutrients,
that’s going to be the best thing to fight allergies which we’ll talk about here in a
minute. And I have two ones that might surprise you,
melons and bananas. You know, melons and bananas are both more
dampening fruits. And so they’re probably the most damp of all
the fruits. So, if you are going to consume fruits and
you have seasonal allergies, doing fruits that are more drying to the body and that
are really higher in enzymes such as pineapple, and then even berries like blackberries can
be better options as well. And we will touch on the best foods here in
just a minute, or let’s do it now. Let’s talk about raw local honey. Now, you may have heard this before, that
consuming honey can actually help you fight allergies. Now, here’s the truth. Ideally, in order for you to prevent future
allergies, you’re consuming about a teaspoon of a raw local honey every day and here’s
the reason why. It should be local, local is the important
keyword there. You know, when honey is local, those bees
have fed off of local plants and flowers that you’re exposed to that are high in pollens. So, often times when spring rolls around especially
in people, its allergy season, people are not used to the pollen exposure because we’ve
spent almost no time outdoors and we’ve consumed very little local honey. And we haven’t been eating food that’s local
that has those SPO probiotics in dirt we’re eating on a daily basis. So, our body hasn’t built up a natural immunity
to the pollen. Well, here’s a good news. If you start consuming a little bit of raw
local honey every single day and you use that in place of sugar as your natural sweetener,
it’s going to prepare your body for allergy season as well. And if you do have allergies and need a sweetener
during that time, raw local honey or Manuka honey are going to be the best options as
well. The next thing here is hot spicy peppers. The great thing about the compounds from the
hot spicy peppers, for instance Cayenne pepper, contains capsaicin. And capsaicin really opens up your cardiovascular
system, your arterial airways. And so that itself is really going to help
improve your overall nasal flow. So, if you intend to get really congested
with sinuses, it’s going to open those up and either it’s going to help your nose to
drain or just overall help you breathe better. So, hot spicy foods, sprinkle in a little
Cayenne pepper can be great. In fact, one of the most ancient remedies
is mixing a teaspoon of honey with some cinnamon, hot pepper, along with ginger. And doing all those together as a natural
remedy, it’s a great blend and a great way to naturally fight allergies. By the way, if you’re enjoying this training
right now, hey, do me a favor. Press that Share button, click that Like button
right now. You know, more people need to know the truth
on how to use food as medicine. All right, let’s talk about bone broth here. Now, bone broth is great because of how it
strengthens the immune system, really starting in your gut lining. We know that the stronger your immune system
is, often times that can actually keep those allergy symptoms in from your body. It can keep your body from overreacting to
certain things. So, bone broth shouldn’t just be consumed
during allergy season. It should also be consumed year round. Now, probiotic-rich foods can help. Now, I typically though wouldn’t recommend
yogurt as the first thing. I would actually recommend fermented vegetables
for fighting allergies if you are in the middle of allergy. Now, if it’s not during allergy season, doing
some goat’s milk kefir could be great for you or a little bit of sheep’s milk yogurt. But if you’re in the middle of having allergy
issues, I would recommend doing something like a sauerkraut or a kimchi or a kvass,
but some form of a fermented vegetable would be the highest on the list for fighting allergies. Now also, here’s a unique fact. Pineapple is great because it contains a compound
called bromelain. And bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme found
in pineapple. It’s been shown to help dull histamine reactions
and help reduce inflammation. Now, there’s also another family of fruits
that can also help us, that are also high in proteolytic enzymes. Papaya contains papain, figs contains ficin,
kiwis contain actinidin, and then ginger which isn’t really a fruit, it’s a root, but it
contains zingibain which also is a proteolytic enzyme that reduces inflammation. So, remember these fruits if you have allergy
season. You want to do pineapple, kiwi, figs, papaya,
and then get some lots of lots of ginger root in your diet there as well. Apple cider vinegar is very high in organic
acids which really support the growth of probiotics. And also, really support your liver and detoxification. So, again, apple cider vinegar. I’d recommend doing a tablespoon mixed with
water and drinking that before meals. And then hey, if you’re going to eat meat
or get some meat in your diet, I would do small portions of meat, large portions of
vegetables and some fruits as your diet. And then organic meat like grass-fed beef,
organic turkey, and then wild caught fish is great because it contains omega-3 fats
which reduce inflammation. Now, let’s talk about the best supplements
for fighting allergies. Number one is spirulina. Spirulina is known as one of nature’s super
foods. Very high in vitamins and minerals, and very
high in chlorophyll which can be alkalizing to the body, and actually also dull any of
those severe allergic symptoms. And now quercetin is a compound that’s found
in very high levels in onions and garlic, and even in certain citrus fruits. And quercetin helps reduce those histamine
reactions in the body. In fact, one of the closest things often times
people will go and get synthetic prescription drugs or taking antihistamine drug. Probably the closest thing to that you can
take as a supplement is a straight quercetin supplement in terms of it acting as a natural
antihistamine. So, the next compound here is butterbur. And we know butterbur is fantastic for, actually
helping headaches. But especially if you’re a person that your
allergy symptoms is affecting your, you’re getting that sinus headache right there, a
lot of pressure, butterbur is one of those supplements you’d want to take there as well
or consider taking. Probiotics we know are good to take year round
or bolstering your immune system, strengthening your gut. I would recommend doing two capsules three
times a day or extra biotics when you’re experiencing allergies. Vitamin A can be great because of its support
for the immune system. Zinc, Zinc is actually known and referred
to as your immune system mineral. Now, vitamin C is known as the vitamin for
the immune system. Zinc is known as the mineral for our immune
system. And it’s really good at also helping heal
the gut lining. Bromelain, we talked about being in pineapple. You can also take that as a supplement. Stinging nettles, I’d recommend taking, you
can take this as a tea or in capsule form. This has some great anti-allergy properties. By the way, if you’re enjoying this live training
right now, do me a favor. Punch that Share button, click that Love button
or Like button. You know, so many people are struggling with
seasonal allergies and they have no idea there’s a natural way to combat it through diet, supplements,
and lifestyle tips. So, here’s some lifestyle tips for you. Stay hydrated. You know, often times we don’t get enough
water and liquids in our diet. And really increasing your body’s fluids can
really help with helping you overcome allergies fast. You want to make sure you pretty hydrated. Limit your pollen exposure and listen, most
of the time I tell people get outdoors. But really, the only time you don’t want to
be outdoors, if you don’t want to keep suffering is when you’re in the middle of allergy season. So, again, if you are, if it’s allergy season,
don’t go for a walk out in the park. Literally, stay inside because if not you’re
going to get more pollen and more pollen and more pollen. You really want to stay away from the pollen. Now, here’s something else though. If pollen is really low all year round, that’s
the other thing. You want to be outdoors as much as possible
when it’s not allergy season because your body in very small doses is building up your
immunity. That’s also why you want to shop at your local
farmer’s market and get some of those dirty veggies, and consume raw local honey. If you get outdoors more, eat local, and do
local honey, that’s going to help you have lesser symptoms typically during allergy season. The other thing is shower before bed. Wash all the pollen and the mold and things
off of your body is a good thing to do. Wash your clothes and bedding. Again, pollen is a major problem there. And then wipe down pets and wash your pets. De-clutter, keep doors and windows closed. Again, all of those again, keeping the pollen
at bay is an important thing to get rid of those seasonal allergies. So, remember some of these top tips. Again, some of the big things you want to
avoid. You want to avoid excess alcohol, excess caffeine,
conventional dairy products, chocolate to a degree, peanuts because some of the mold
issues there, sugar, artificial sweeteners, processed foods, melons, and bananas. You want to consume not lots, healthy amounts,
a teaspoon or a tablespoon a couple of times a day of raw local honey, hot and spicy food,
bone broth, probiotic-rich foods, pineapple, apple cider vinegar, organic meat products. Remember these supplements, spirulina, quercetin,
butterbur, probiotics, vitamin A, zinc, bromelain, stinging nettles. And what I want to mention is, the best essential
oils for allergies, thyme oil is one of the best. Thyme contains thyme also. I would do a mixture of thyme and lemon oil,
and frankincense. So, thyme, lemon oil, and frankincense, and
I would do a single drop of those internally or rub, or do them as aromatherapy or rub
them right beneath your nostrils and your temples. Those are some of the best essential oils
to do to help during allergy season and then some lifestyle tips. What we talked about, stay hydrated and overall
with these other things, reduce your exposure to pollen. If you can follow this game plan, hey, you
are going to feel better. You’re going to have less of those seasonal
allergy symptoms. And hey, if you want to learn more on how
to naturally fight allergies, hey, just Google, search my name along with allergies. We’ve got some great articles on my website, So, if you just Google search, Dr. Axe allergy
season, you’ll find some articles there as well guys. Hey, thanks for watching.


  • Reply Matthew Lehman September 6, 2017 at 7:05 pm

    This is so much advise. Other than the obvious or what not to eat, what among the foods and supplements should I start with first of all this?

  • Reply Jonny O September 26, 2017 at 3:50 am

    Dr.axe is a great Smart Man

  • Reply anoymous October 14, 2017 at 3:06 am

    Best video.

  • Reply Cristine shan zhen October 26, 2017 at 11:51 pm

    I have dryness and itchy from scalp and face later on become all have itchy from below my boobs my croth and back and whitehead come out and feel like tightening my skin but like old person even my face im like so old and sooner my eyes sometime like have water inside my outer eyes and itchy..i try to find some healthy food and vitamen to cure this..i dont want to be dependent in globetasol cream and antihistamen medicane and eye drop..

  • Reply melissa rapley November 18, 2017 at 6:06 am

    You are such a smart Man, Thank You for sharing.

    You have inspired me to teach what I have also learnt👍

  • Reply piano0011 Lee November 30, 2017 at 2:51 am

    What is the difference between allergy symptoms like hayfever compared with ear eczema? I have ear eczema and have been using elocon lotion but told only to use it for 5 days then stop. I have used it for a week now but my ENT told me to stop it for a few weeks before resuming with it. The only thing is that I am feeling a bit better if I keep using it. I guess that it is a steroid and not safe to keep using it for the long term. Is ear eczema similar to hayfever?

  • Reply Jim Ivey December 7, 2017 at 7:05 pm

    I have been battling sinus infection for a year now. I just found something that gives me great relief. In a mini chopper, I chop onion, garlic, and ginger. I mix it with a little cayenne and some raw unfiltered honey, cover it, and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator. I eat a tbs of it for relief. If I am still feeling pressure, I’ll eat another. Best I’ve felt in a year.

  • Reply Buhya Rohith sonic rozz December 26, 2017 at 1:30 pm

    I want to know how to stop dust to move in along nose to lungs directly who hadelergy

  • Reply Sivaram Girish January 3, 2018 at 7:57 am

    Dr.Axe pls make a video on chronic idiopathic urticaria

  • Reply Sole Ali January 14, 2018 at 6:04 pm

    Dctor peease help … i dont have sinse and runing Nose i dont snese but my face always change and swelling my eyes get iche ..i feel miserable ….whats my problem ?

  • Reply Percy M.O. January 25, 2018 at 7:03 pm

    You don’t talk about food allergies…

  • Reply Kin To January 28, 2018 at 11:30 pm

    How about Saltpipe and Medisana Medinose Plus?

  • Reply Cristian Llanas January 29, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    Great video

  • Reply alma gomez January 30, 2018 at 8:38 pm

    Hi dr. Axe my name is alma i have a 7 year old he was diagnosed with epilepsy when he was 4 years old he got he's tonsils remove 2 years ago and know he has allergies what do you recommend i have used manuka honey it dirent help right now I'm giving him elderberry please healp

  • Reply ruth Hanckel February 19, 2018 at 2:29 am

    WARNING – BONE BROTH – I got incredibly sick drinking bone broth. A hair tissue analysis indicated I was contaminated with 'off the chart' tin. I got enormously better once I stopped the bone broth and fully recovered after 6 months of a metal chelation program to eliminate the metal from the body.

  • Reply Lourdes Gayas February 25, 2018 at 5:33 am

    Thank you doc,that's correct information.

  • Reply Phillip Schulte March 2, 2018 at 2:17 am

    No beer? What do you mean?

  • Reply mahmut hardal March 10, 2018 at 5:32 am

    is it bad to consume organic whey protein for seasonal allergy ?

  • Reply Milton Mitchell March 11, 2018 at 10:50 am


  • Reply Corinne E. Weaver, DC March 18, 2018 at 4:23 am

    Thank you for sharing these wonderful tips. When I stopped eating dairy and gluten my allergies greatly improved and I lost 60 pounds which was an added bonus. Keep sharing these tips and together we will get 1 million people off their Meds!!

  • Reply dreww1818 March 21, 2018 at 11:01 pm

    Thanks for these helpful tips. Enjoyed the video!

  • Reply Dub Ya P March 25, 2018 at 9:40 am

    just a barrage of nonsense. got allergies? eat chicken! smh

  • Reply allan walker April 12, 2018 at 1:46 pm

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  • Reply Daddy Covfefe April 27, 2018 at 9:02 pm

    Some of your suggestions make sense because of what I know about them. For example, alcohol makes allergies worst because of the load it puts on the liver. However you say things like caffeine, chocolate, dampness? You don't really explain how these effect your allergies.

  • Reply Lee Jones April 29, 2018 at 2:18 pm

    There's a lot here that runs counter to what many histamine experts say. Especially fermented foods.

  • Reply Maria le Roux May 1, 2018 at 12:14 am

    I have multiple allergies, the worse being nightshades especially potato and tomato and stimulants eg opiates, antidepressants, caffeine etc, next would be sucrose followed by apples then beef/dairy then soy protein, so I have tried raw manuka honey from a friends farm and nope not safe however it is sucrose based I think, as for chilies although for most they open airways, too much can do the opposite and cause suffocation, the Capsaicin is a poison and most can tolerate small doses only, I tried apple cider vinegar diluted with a glass of water as recommend for weight loss prior to allergy testing and bloody hell talk about swollen throat and not being able to swallow no wonder people lose weight they can't eat or drink anything.

  • Reply Jawad Iqbal May 3, 2018 at 9:03 am

    It means we should not eat anything to avoid alergy. This man seems insane

  • Reply Zaediac May 6, 2018 at 11:07 pm

    What about allergy shots??

  • Reply Gilbert Bigelow May 10, 2018 at 5:30 am

    I have no idea what dampening nor dry in the Chinese philosophy means or how to recognise this. Can you explain better?

  • Reply PizzaPanda May 10, 2018 at 8:23 pm


  • Reply Joyce Reed May 20, 2018 at 1:35 am

    Uhhh all the fruits he named are high in histamines. Isn’t that like defeating the purpose if you eat high histamine fruits for helping with allergies??

  • Reply niki123489 May 23, 2018 at 11:46 am

    go to desert , no pollen there

  • Reply Emad-ud-deen Leiman May 23, 2018 at 7:04 pm

    Very Useful for my son.

  • Reply Lifestyle and body balanced May 29, 2018 at 6:29 pm

    I made an video how you can cure yourself form hay fever. have a nice spring everybody. Hay fever is an allergic, that will get worst, results garanteed

  • Reply Juan el Parque II June 1, 2018 at 6:54 pm

    I sometimes dab a bit of vasoline under the base of my nose as a pollen trap to prevent dust from getting into my nose.

  • Reply Yedlin Blosman June 5, 2018 at 2:06 am

    Thank you Dr. Axe!

  • Reply thecomfortstation June 5, 2018 at 9:20 pm

    Conventional dairy!!! Please…..! you dont need to ingest the secretions of a different species at all! You have been weened. If you really think that ingesting the hormones needed to make a baby cow grow as fast as possible is a good idea in a full grown human then you are cerebrally challenged. Grown cows don't even drink cow milk, why should we? Those hormones will grow cancer quicker than anything else! Plus the cows need to be raped to produce milk! Any form of dairy is perverse, those cows still end up in McDonalds burgers when their yield falls off. Like raw dairy is a miracle food… the animals endure 4 years of unwanted pregnancy with their calfs being stollen, then they are slaughtered for hamburgers at 4 years old. All to produce an acidifying food we don't need!

  • Reply thecomfortstation June 5, 2018 at 9:29 pm

    Vegan diet is working wonders for me, best year in 35years of suffering…almost gone. Top priority is avoiding milk and also beer is really bad I agree! This is good advice, but I am biased toward the vegan option because the animals deserve better and we have no need to abuse them anymore. If you drink, switch to wine and cider rather than beer. I only drink beer in autumn and winter.

  • Reply Rodrigo Galvez June 6, 2018 at 1:03 pm

    Great information but not drinking beer idk man

  • Reply Qanitah Aslam June 7, 2018 at 9:16 pm

    M having acidity issues these day dats y m eating bananas n milk to get rid off acidity problem bt my throat is allergic also so what should I eat to improve my throat plus my acidity issue please let me know doc

  • Reply glen taylor June 10, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    Thanks a million,Jehovah richly bless you,fam.He spoke about chocolate,coffee to help you,chocolate has endless sugar,milk,he said molds,bad for sinuses,allergies ,and too much caffeine is bad.BE GRATEFUL.

  • Reply Deborah Choma June 20, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    Take away – essential oils for seasonal allergies: thyme, lemon, frankincense.

    Essential oils are great if used according to their guidelines, and all essential oils have guidelines due to self-induced poisoning through ignorance.

    Documented Side Effects, Injuries, and Deaths from Essential Oil Ingestion

    This is the history of essential oils as reported in Encyclopedia Britannica at If it doesn't match what you've been told, take it up with them. Far be it from me to argue an encyclopedia.

    In the late 1900's, sales and marketing companies began to offer essential oils through direct sales campaigns, and the information relayed in these one-on-one sales settings has become a hot topic of debate. These essential oil companies have become well-known for promoting the internal use of the straight essential oils, claiming ingesting the pure essential oil straight from the bottle is safe without side effects. However, as history has demonstrated, the internal use of essential oils, some very well-known and familiar to even lay-people, can result in side-effects, injuries, and even deaths. Though these cases are properly and professionally documented, easily obtainable and available for public review, people still demand proof of their existence while defending their decision to ingest straight essential oils to improve and maintain health.

    It is no secret that some of these oils can kill you. But in the recent hype of direct marketing, we seem to have casually forgot. It seems as though, somehow, common knowledge has been hidden from the masses and replaced by a maniacal enthusiasm for one's essential oil brand of choice, an old game used up salesmen have grown tired of playing and is now newly repackaged as a source of side income for mainly stay-at-home moms excited about organic and natural products. (For more on the Multi-Level Marketing of essential oils, read:

    Many people wonder how something born from nature can cause such severe results. Remember, essential oils are the straight extract of a whole plant, and it takes several pounds of plant material to produce even one ounce of essential oil. So while the oils themselves are all natural, their potentcy is, however, not a natural amount of essential oil to consume.

    The chemical composition of essential oils often includes toxic constituents, even in the most popular oils. The toxic components vary from oil to oil, and as a result, so do the negative side effects one oil can produce over another. In addition to adverse reactions like allergies, and unwanted effects on nursing/pregnancy, young children and the elderly, some essential oils contain toxins that can cause seizures, respiratory failure, and kidney failure regardless of age or circumstance.

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  • Reply Nilesh Bhavsar July 7, 2018 at 2:20 pm

    It really worked

  • Reply Dr. John Hozvicka DD August 5, 2018 at 11:44 pm

    I found a good allergy program:

  • Reply D Chicas August 10, 2018 at 3:10 pm

    this is the first time I suffer from allergies. in my 24 years of life… this is not pleasant.

  • Reply David August 11, 2018 at 3:55 am

    I'm drinking rn

  • Reply Ashley Nye August 14, 2018 at 6:40 pm

    Any tips for asthma cough or allergy induced asthma?

  • Reply Hayden Entertainment August 26, 2018 at 4:00 am

    Idk why but every time I get allergic to something I just drink sprite and I am good

  • Reply Annamaru Lillian August 29, 2018 at 10:26 pm

    I have horrible Ragweed allergies thank you

  • Reply Art Tuber-pk August 31, 2018 at 9:10 am

    I have allergies throughout the year.. Im also allergic to cats and since i have one at home. Im always sneezing and having head ache and even my throat swells i have difficulty in breathing at so fedup of this

  • Reply Art Tuber-pk August 31, 2018 at 9:10 am

    And im also a great coffee and chocolate lover 🙁

  • Reply nicolas domingo Viotto September 1, 2018 at 1:29 am

    What happened to your face? I'm genuinely curious.

  • Reply Monfared Tina September 6, 2018 at 3:23 am

    Why one works better for itchy eyes 🙁

  • Reply Steve Phillips September 6, 2018 at 10:19 am

    Nice video lots of useful healthy information

  • Reply jesusandfamily 11:28 September 9, 2018 at 3:26 pm

    3 things I use is raw wildflower honey,bee pollen,stinging nettle tea. Those work great

  • Reply Casey Burnet September 11, 2018 at 7:26 pm

    Dude…I didn't think anyone would openly admit that dairy helps fight allergies, or caffeine. Especially caffeine. People barely touch on these when talking about allergic reactions. I've been keeping from these like crazy as of the past few months and I feel much better. Still congested, but a lot less runny nose, which is great.

  • Reply Interaction of people September 20, 2018 at 11:21 pm

    Hello Dr. Axe, what is butterbur here in Philippines? Thank you

  • Reply Sage V September 23, 2018 at 7:16 am

    Any vegetarian substitutes for bone broth?

  • Reply #Super September 28, 2018 at 9:18 am

    Thank you so much. ❤

  • Reply Diego_ Playz200710 October 8, 2018 at 4:40 am

    Bro what the hell do we eat then

  • Reply Paula Olliver October 14, 2018 at 8:53 pm

    A whole foods plant based diet is what will help us fight allergies and not soup from animal carcasses or secretion from bees.

  • Reply Jeff E October 19, 2018 at 12:30 am

    There's a lot of info on how to MANAGE allergies, naturally or otherwise. But for me the question is: why do people have allergies in the first place? Why is standing next to a dog harmless to one person but can throw another into fits? I'm all for eating properly and taking supplements, but I want to know WHY the body sees harmless stuff as a threat (dust mites and pollen aren't the plague). If someone's immune system is overreacting when it encounters some dust, that's not a problem with the dust, that's a broken immune system. How do we correct it at the root?

  • Reply nkeonye izuka November 7, 2018 at 7:27 am

    Dr Axe, i noticed that garlic works great when one has allergy symptoms. What do you recommend to prevent the allergy symptoms, short term and long term?

  • Reply NIKOS December 7, 2018 at 6:54 pm

    Can someone help me with this question? Every Dr. Axe video or article gives us all different kinds of supplements to take for different issues. Should we be choosing one of them recommended in this video, or all of them?

  • Reply Dave Brockie December 10, 2018 at 7:16 pm

    I’ve read that hot peppers with capsaicin actually create histamine reactions in the body. If so, how could they be good for allergies?

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  • Reply Key Leader February 13, 2019 at 8:27 am

    Sir, would these help with pet allergies as well? specifically dog allergies?  what would be your recommendation on natural remedies to combat dog allergies?

  • Reply Susie Q February 21, 2019 at 12:27 am

    I like all your videos, recommendations. I wish you would make all these recommendations in KIDS LeVEL too with AGE recommendations.. PLEASE!!!!!

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  • Reply G b March 22, 2019 at 11:58 pm

    "lesser" lol

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  • Reply Sadia I March 28, 2019 at 3:36 am

    What about dust allergies?

  • Reply Skye Petteway-Washington March 28, 2019 at 2:11 pm

    I read that vitamin C is an antihistamine and I have been using a time release vitamin C for years with great results. I was surprised you didn't include that vitamin is there a reason?

  • Reply Chow Chow April 4, 2019 at 3:19 am

    I love this! No wonder i am dying during allergy season . I drink milk, i lace my chicken with sharp chedar cheese omg, eat banana, drink two large mcdonalds coffee with 3 creamer and 3 sugar, order mcchicken too and sausage mcmuffin with cheese. Not anymore! Thanks very much for all these life saving info 🙂

  • Reply Kevin Healey April 6, 2019 at 5:59 pm

    I found a way to dela with it when it starts up in the spring. Shave your beard and shave all your hair off.

  • Reply NRia mapagmahal April 7, 2019 at 8:38 am

    Hi doc Axe, i had redness and etching around my eyes, my lips, and my neck, i went to the clinic the doctor gave me ointment and medicine but its not heal.

  • Reply Cece Dog Lover April 11, 2019 at 6:53 am

    Thanks 👏👏👏👏

  • Reply James Hally April 12, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    Is natural yoghurt included in conventional dairy?

  • Reply P Spicee April 14, 2019 at 6:50 am

    Did you really say white tea?

  • Reply hitesh kangriwala April 16, 2019 at 1:09 am


  • Reply Xu Han April 18, 2019 at 2:51 am

    i basically gonna skip all kinds of food and only drinking water and pray i will not starving to death

  • Reply Disabler April 22, 2019 at 7:12 pm

    Try going outside when it's windy. I'm not sure why this works for me but it can be that the wind has already taken away the pollen so now it's just fresh air blowing in that direction..

  • Reply HairCandy Kina May 10, 2019 at 2:33 am

    Started watching this video right after eating chocolate. Sigh.

  • Reply universal love May 25, 2019 at 5:06 am

    i was healed from allergies, then i started drinking and now im suffering with sneezing again smh ALCOHOL!

  • Reply william willie May 27, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    Sniffing a tiny amount of cayenne pepper seems to help me.
    My allergies were really hitting me hard this morning. I tried my cayenne pepper, I had to do it a few times. I sneezed a few times and had a tremendous amount of belief

  • Reply Jane Wick May 30, 2019 at 3:37 pm

    thank you so much. I'll see how this works out.

  • Reply Jennifer Mallon May 31, 2019 at 3:52 pm

    I just started watching the video and he may cover it. I am experiencing brain fog directly related to pollen. My hours are crazy at work and wouldnt be able make dr. Appointment. Any advice? Thank you in advance

  • Reply Mami Yankee June 2, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    lovelyyyyyyyyy videooooooo

  • Reply Boston quad June 4, 2019 at 12:06 pm

    I love taking Ginger shots grind up the ginger root and drink it

  • Reply Chiamaka Juliet June 17, 2019 at 5:43 pm

    What do i take or do if my allergy cause my throat and tongue to swell causing difficulty speaking,eating and swallowing.please help .

  • Reply Art Tuber-pk June 18, 2019 at 5:27 pm

    watching this video while having sneezing fits 😕😅

  • Reply satish parida June 18, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    Vitamin A or Vitamin C?

  • Reply NaturalHealingGuides June 21, 2019 at 2:45 am

    Great tip dr Josh

  • Reply Rose Mary July 3, 2019 at 1:50 am

    Sir, can I use these the same spurilina and rest mentioned for cat allergies.

  • Reply TheRealScottG July 7, 2019 at 6:04 pm

    Chew on Local Honey Comb.

  • Reply Michael Angelo July 31, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    No sinus issues. I’ve broke out in an itchy rash. Suffering for 3 months now. I’m ready to jump in front of a train. What helps this out of the things you mentioned. Help, doctors suck.

  • Reply William Payne August 1, 2019 at 3:27 pm

    Sugar and especially fructose are the main triggers for me and honey is high in fructose , eliminating it was key for me

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