Vitamins and herbs fighting allergy – for children


Allergies are hypersensitivity to one or more things in the environment. Allergy can itself be shown as a skin condition such as respiratory disease such as eczema, hay fever or asthma or food allergy.

Common symptoms of child allergy include the following:

    (19659004) inflammation of the nasal congestion
  • inflammation of the nasal passage
  • dark circle under their eyes (what is often called allergy shiner),
  • swelling under the eyes,
  • restless
  • ] – Overactivity,
  • – poor concentration,
  • behavioral problems such as food pleasure

  • poor sleep
  • headache
  • recommendations

    at least possible Please remove the cause of allergic reaction as far as possible. Often I have food allergies. The most common food allergies are dairy and wheat. These are often allergies behind a stuffy nose. Eat a healthy diet highlighting fresh fruits and vegetables a lot.

    Vitamins and mineral supplementation

    These are aimed at balancing the immune system, reducing inflammation, promoting intestinal health, and promoting relaxation.

    • Beta carotene, up to 10,000 units per day, food rich in vitamin A – dark fruits and vegetables.
    • essential fatty acid in the form of evening primrose oil, 500 mg per day from 1 to 500 times.
    • zinc, 5 mg daily.
    • Vitamin C containing bioflavonoids is taking 250 to 500 mg 2 to 4 times daily.
    • Vitamin E, 50 to 200 mg daily.
    • Supplementation of vitamin B complex every day.
    • 600 to 800 mg of calcium citrate or lactate daily in combination with 300 to 400 mg of magnesium.

    Herbal Treatment

    • The following herbs are of great help:
    • Netle – an immune system herb that stimulates lymphatic function. It is also used to excessively stabilize the histamine produced by the body in allergic reactions.
    • Elderly people's flowers – used to dry excessive catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, also has antibacterial action, is a relaxant.
    • Ginkgo biloba – reduces platelet activating factors that play an important role in allergy and inflammatory processes. Also improve cerebral circulation, cerebral oxygen supply, increase memory, reduce depression. This makes this herb a good choice for allergy related behavior problems.
    • Planten – Used to reduce congestion of upper respiration and can be easily combined with other herbs.
    • Anise seed – There is a warming effect in digestive organs and upper respiratory tracts useful for reducing secretions. Relaxing with a mild preservative also in respiratory system.
    • Ginger – is an excellent anti-inflammatory and anti-Catalan herb.
    • Astragalus – an immune system that enhances herbs which is particularly useful for upper respiratory and skin conditions

    Allergic remedies tincture

    The following herbs balance the immune function, (19659002) 1/3 oz old aged tincture

    2/3 ounces gingko tincture

    2/3 ounces Astragalus

    2/3 ounces licorice tincture

    1/2 oz Seed tincture

    Mix all ingredients and place them in an amber glass bottle away from sunlight and heat.

    1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon

    hay fever

    The following combination of herbs is most effective for treating and relieving the symptoms of hay fever.

    2 flowers

    1 part ephedra (Mahon)

    1 part eyebright [19659002] 1 part Golden seal

    1 cup water

    combine herbs. You need as many combinations of herbs as a cup of coffee. Then add a cup of boiling water. Leave it for 10-15 minutes and allow the mixture to cool slightly. Distort the mixture before you drink it.


    Please note that allergy has accumulated its effects. If a person experiences a higher exposure than a regular allergen during the season, symptoms may deteriorate fairly rapidly if there are chronic exposures to other allergens. The most common cause is food allergy, sometimes "quiet" and undiagnosed. Treatment is completely unnecessary, as improving your diet to eliminate these can lower the seasonally experienced symptoms levels to an acceptable level. While the above content is intended to be generally useful and educational, it should not be interpreted as a substitute for individual advice from healthcare professionals. References

    Hoffman, 2000, New Holistic Herb Element Pub.

    Romm, A. 2000, a naturally healthy baby and child. Storey Books

    Shaw, N. 2002, Herbalism. element.

    Woodward, P. 2003, to grow her own herbal therapy. Highland House.

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