How to Beat Seasonal Allergies: 5 Supplements You Need to Know About

Reviewed by Aleksandra Morgan, CNP

After a long cold winter, we are all looking forward to spring - unless the change of season exacerbates your allergies! Spring is a particularly difficult time for those who suffer from seasonal allergies, as the blooming flowers and warmer weather tend to cause issues for many people.  

Allergies are caused by the body’s overreaction to certain particles in the environment, such as pollen from trees, grass, and weeds. When these particles are inhaled, the body produces antibodies to fight them, resulting in the release of histamines that cause the common symptoms of allergies such as sneezing, itching, and watery eyes. 

Another cause of spring allergies is an increase in mold spores in the air. During the winter months, mold spores remain dormant in the soil and decaying vegetation. As the weather warms up, these spores become active and are released into the air, causing allergy symptoms for those who are sensitive to them. 

Spring allergies are an annoying and even debilitating problem for many. With a few simple steps and clever supplementation, you can minimize your seasonal allergy symptoms: 

  1. Keep your windows closed. During high-pollen times (usually morning and midday), close your windows and turn on the air conditioning instead. This will help keep the allergens out of your home.  
  2. Keep your house clean. Vacuum, dust, and mop regularly to reduce the amount of allergens in your home. If possible, use a vacuum cleaner with a HEPA filter to trap the most dust and pollen.  
  3. Invest in an air purifier. An air purifier can help remove particles from the air, which reduces the amount of airborne allergens in your home.  
  4. Consider using a nasal spray. Dr. Reckeweg R97 is a homeopathic nasal spray that helps calm and soothe dry, itchy and irritated mucosal membranes of the respiratory system.  
  5. Consider taking natural supplements to relieve your symptoms without any unpleasant side effects…

Here are our Top 5 Allergy Relief & Histamine Management Supplements

Designs For Health - HistaEze This natural supplement contains a blend of herbs, vitamins, and minerals, including quercetin, nettles, and Tinospora Cordifolia, all of which are known for their beneficial effects on allergies. Quercetin is a powerful antioxidant and natural anti-inflammatory that can help to reduce inflammation, histamine levels, and the severity of your symptoms. Nettle, also known as stinging nettle, is a natural antihistamine, and Tinospora Cordifolia is a herb that has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine for its anti-inflammatory and immune balancing effects.  

Bell Lifestyles - Allergy Relief features Rosmarinic acid, which is a type of antioxidant that has anti-inflammatory, anti-allergy, and anti-bacterial properties. Studies have shown that rosmarinic acid can reduce inflammation, which is often a symptom of allergies. Additionally, it can reduce the production of histamine, which is a compound that causes allergic reactions. This master herbal formula supports a normal immune response to allergens, providing all-year-round relief indoors and out. 

Pascoe - Pascallerg is a comprehensive homeopathic formula in easy-to-use chewable tablets.  It is safe for both adults and children and has no interactions with any medications or medical conditions. This non-drowsy homeopathic remedy is very effective in relieving symptoms of spring allergies. 

St. Francis – Allergy Relief with Deep Immune provides fast and long-lasting relief from allergies that not only relieves symptoms but also targets the underlying cause of an overactive immune system - without causing drowsiness! This liquid formula brings together the best of both homeopathic and herbal remedies in one powerful, natural allergy relief product.

NFH Black Cumin SAP Black cumin seed (Nigella Sativa) has been used for centuries as a natural antihistamine, reducing the symptoms of allergies, such as sneezing, itching, and runny nose. It is also a potent anti-inflammatory, which can help reduce the swelling and irritation caused by allergies. 

Don’t forget your staples such as vitamin C, quercetin with bromelain , and probiotics to support a healthy immune response and minimize allergic reactions.  

Taking the right supplements can help reduce allergy symptoms so you can enjoy the beautiful weather without having to suffer. Try adding these natural supplements to your daily routine and get ready to make the most of this spring!