Category Archives for Hay Fever & Allergies

3 Facts You Need To Know About Hay Fever & Allergies

Or: Why allergies are like couch grass!? 1. Couch grass like allergies have a massive invasive impact on their environment, be it in your garden or in your body. If you do not take care of them they’ll soon dominate your life. Couch grass is known by gardeners to be highly invasive. It grows 10 times […]

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Spring Tip – Nettles are the No 1 Allergy Killer

How to Relief Hay Fever with Stinging Nettle

There is no end to the incredible health benefits nettles provide for you. Now let’s focus specifically on how nettles can support you to overcome your allergies: This one prickly green herb is the cure-all for almost everything that ails you. If there’s one plant to have on hand at all times that provides a natural […]

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Hay Fever Goodbye! My 5 Best Relief Strategies

Hay Fever Relief - Peggy Schirmer

Spring is coming fast. For many of us instead of engaging in outdoor fun and relaxing in nature, a time for tissues and antihistamine medication. But where a problem there is a solution. Check out my Top 5 hay fever killer strategies:   No. 1 Fresh Nettle Tea Nettles are extremely beneficial for detoxing your body. It […]

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How Bananas Help to Relieve Your Hay Fever Symptoms

My Quick Tip: How BANANAS can help you overcome your allergy… Bananas help to restore and balance your gut bacteria. They contain high levels of potassium and magnesium which also help to reduce inflammation in your body. Magnesium is a nutrient that the body needs to stay healthy. Magnesium is important for many processes in […]

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Peanut Allergy Relief – My Top 3 Strategies

Peanut Allergy Relief

Peanut allergies are on the rise. Especially children are affected. Peanuts are one of the most common allergenic foods which can cause a life-threatening anaphylaxis. About one in 50 children are affected by a peanut allergy almost exclusively in the high-income countries, like America and the UK. An allergic response to peanuts usually occurs within minutes after […]

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