Allergic reactions are triggered by substances that are normally harmless to the majority of people; the most common allergy is Hay fever or Allergic rhinitis. Our body’s immune system becomes sensitised to certain allergen such as pollen and results in symptoms such as runny nose, red eyes, eczema, itchiness, hives or even an asthma attack.
Seek Natural have several Natural Remedies that maybe of help. Food intolerances usually require a more detailed assessment but a healthy diet will usually benefit most allergies.
Dr. George Recommends:
Quercetin – A natural antioxidant, helps stabilise mast cells and stops them releasing histamine
Apple Cider Vinegar – for Hayfever or Luffa Nasal Spray which also works well.
Probiotics – A high quality probiotic such as Customs Probitics can be very beneficial for immune systems.
Avoid sugar and refined carbohydrates, caffeine and fried foods. Identify and eliminate food allergies.
Combines zinc & vitamin C
Combines zinc and vitamin C (ascorbic acid) to provide a highly bioavailable form of this mineral. Zinc is involved in skin, hormonal, immune and reproductive health. Suitable for vegetarians, vegans, pregnant women & breastfeeding mothers.
Free-form to help ensure optimal absorption
Lamberts® L-Histidine is a pure, free-form amino acid that is ready to be absorbed by the body without needing to be broken down by digestive enzymes. This product is made in the UK in a factory working to pharmaceutical GMP standards and each capsule provides a full 500mg of L-Histidine HCl.
Involved in more processes in the body than any other B vitamin
This supplement is made in the UK to pharmaceutical GMP standards and each tablet provides a full 50mg of Vitamin B6.
Vitamin B6, or pyridoxine, is probably involved in more processes in the body than any other B vitamin. It is known to contribute to normal psychological function, the normal function of the immune system, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and to normal homocysteine metabolism. Vitamin B6 is also well known for the role it plays in the regulation of hormonal activity.