• I've heard that locally produced honey can be helpful
  • Check out how commercial honey is factory grown now. Fucken make you cry. Probably causes your allergies
  • Raw unfiltered honey filters one's allergent enemies!
  • For honey, it can if it's from your area. And for the bee pollen, the recommended dose is one teaspoon per day. It may work if you have hay fever type allergies.
  • Local unfiltered raw honey boosts the immune system, so it should help allergies. It's damn good too.
  • No. This has been studied and no such benefits have been shown. As always, testimonials and anecdotes are NOT a substitute for a controlled scientific study.
  • 4-10-2017 I have stopped giving advice about allergies because I finally figured out that people only want sympathy. You poor thing. Sucks to be you.
    • Azlotto
      I don't want sympathy from you or anyone else...and no, it doesn't suck being me...What was wrong with you when you answered this question?...Did someone piss in your oatmeal or did you forget to take your medication?
    • Jewels Vern
      Ok, go to the drug store and ask for Panto. It is a B vitamin, pantothenic acid. Get a bottle of vitamin C 1000 mg and take four pills with each meal. Those are both totally safe and good for allergies. The vitamin C might cause a brief instance of diarrhea.
    • Azlotto
      I was expecting a totally different reply and thought I was baiting a troll...Well played, sir : )...I already take a buffered vitamin C (C-Salts)...I've never heard of Panto, but I'll give it a try...Thanks for your answer.
    • Jewels Vern
      The thing about vit C is it has to be a very large dose to give results. Twelve grams per day is a figure worked out by observing animals that manufacture all the vitamin they need. Humans are rare in that they don't manufacture their own vit C.
  • I bet there's something you like to eat that may be sensitizing your system causing an over reaction. When I started listening better to my body's response to various foods and refraining from these foods or reducing these foods, my allergies decreased overall. Try eliminating some food that you eat a lot of and finding an alternative. I would suggest whole unprocessed foods. Raw unfiltered honey is great tasting in any case. Nice consistency too!
    • Azlotto
      Thanks for your advice.
  • I use local raw honey on a pretty much daily basis and my outdoor allergies were way less severe this year. I still have other indoor type allergies though.
    • Azlotto
  • Not really. You'd probably do better irrigating your nasal cavities, changing clothes and rinsing your hair when you come in to get rid of the pollen.
    • Linda Joy
      Unless you have indoor allergies then a good vacuum and steam cleaning would be a good idea your carpet upholstery drapes Etc get rid of dust mites dander and you may want to use bleach to get rid of any mold. Do you know what it is you're allergic to?

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