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Spring is in the air.  

Fragrant flowers displaying a panorama of vivid colors, are in bloom.

But yet you feel miserable, runny nose, itchy eyes, sore throat, headache. Why? Because you are allergic to all the pollen in the air. Instead of enjoying the outdoors you are hiding inside, waiting for the end of the season.  Bummer!

The condition: From Wikipedia.  “Allergic rhinitis or hay fever is when an allergen such as pollen or dust is inhaled by an individual with a sensitized immune system, triggering antibody production. These antibodies mostly bind to mast cells, which contain histamine. When the mast cells are stimulated by pollen and dust, histamine (and other chemicals) are released. This causes itching, swelling, and mucus production. Symptoms vary in severity between individuals.”

Well I have been a pollen sufferer for most of my life.  And because of my dislike modern medical so-called” cures” which only mask the symptoms, not cure the root of the problem, I set out on a quest to find a more natural alternative.   

My last home had a hill along side of the house that was full of ice plant, which in spring would produce gorgeous purple flowers (see picture). 

Though I loved the view and the fragrance, I would dread the time they would bloom.  But my love of the outdoors and desire to take care of my yard made me endure the suffering, until my husband found the cure!  Thanks honey!

The problem is in modern society we have lost the knowledge of many of the natural healing remedies that the ancients lived by.

Ready for my secret cure?  Once you learn this PLEASE don’t keep the secret to yourselves.  Share it with others!

I know what it is like to suffer allergies.  I don’t want others to continue to suffer any longer!

Here is an actual quote from my husband (I thought he could explain it so much better than I). 

“It’s funny that if your ancestry lived around water you feel comfortable around water.

It’s comfortableness is in your genes. There is a lot of genetic pre-programming that tells us what is okay and not okay.

If your ancestry didn’t drink milk then you are lactose intolerant and your body does not know what to do with cow’s milk.

So too if your genetics don’t know that pollen is harmless it will fight against the pollen with high levels of mucus and increased fever and increased metabolic activity. So how do you over come your genetics? By introducing the alien substance to your body to prove it is harmless and not harmful.

From the bodies point of view it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Since pollen is the agent of reaction then take it in another form.

Honey!

Pollen in the form of honey, goes through your entire body internally making the whole body familiar to it but that does not make it a friend until the body starts digesting it and distributing it to every organ which means constant intake for several weeks, then the body accepts it as a friend and the symptoms are gone!”

I know this sounds great, but does it really work?  Well I tested it out for myself and guess what?  IT REALLY WORKS!  Once I started taking it within the first few days I could feel the scratchy throat and itchy eyes diminish.  A few days later my sinus headache disappeared!  What a relieve!   So much better than taking antihistamines.

But there is a catch.

There are many types of honey.  Most commercial honey is blended, meaning it is a mixture of two or more honey differing in floral source, color, flavor, density or geographic origin.  But what you want is “local honey” from the area you live, specifically from the pollen that is causing your allergies.  I use honey from wildflowers that covers just about every type of pollen around my area.

Make sense? 

The catch is that not all stores are going to carry local honey so you need to search for places that sell “local honey”.  Be careful not to get honey from a city 100 miles away or from the next state.  It needs to be no more than 50-100 miles from the area you live, actually the closer the better.  I was lucky to find a beekeeper only 10 miles from where I live.

Once you find your local honey here is what you need to do:

Take a tablespoon in the morning, and a tablespoon in the evening every day for about a week or maybe two.  You can put it into tea, or on toast if you prefer. It’s important to be consistent with it though so your body can identify it and accept it as a friend and not an enemy. You’ll notice the symptoms disappearing within a week.  It’s amazing!  Another cool thing is that once you do this the following year you will notice that your allergies won’t even act up!  I have not had any pollen allergies in over 5 years.  I only started to have a little flair up after we had a very rainy winter that brought up alot of new flora that had been dormant.  So what did I do?  I found some new local honey and within 2 days the symptoms were gone! 

Please note: Don’t give honey to infants under one year.  Check my article on “How Sweet It Is” for more details.

I really hope this knowledge helps you or anyone you know that has been suffering pollen allergies to now bee free!

🙂

Related Articles:

Got Milk?

How Sweet It Is

 

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