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All Natural Allergy Fighters

Beat those pollen-induced head colds with these natural home remedies!

The changing of the seasons has come upon us once again. The pollen is making its way through the air, and with the temperature fluctuations catching a bought of seasonal allergies is highly likely. This week we're giving you some all-natural antibiotics that are easily recreated at home with just a few ingredients from your spice rack.


Along with being a great natural anti-inflammatory, it is also anti-thrombogenic. Meaning, it could help to prevent excessive blood clotting, and effectively soothe a scratchy throat. Calendula is heavy in flavonoid compounds that may have positive effects on leveling out blood sugar and could help protect the brain.

Nature's Cough Syrup

Honey can help to soothe a sore or itchy throat or quell a cough brought on by a cold. It contains both antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. It's also a natural antioxidant. Making it the perfect go-to whenever you're feeling under the weather.


Chamomile tea and the run-of-the-mill cold seem to go hand and hand. Scientific studies have indicated that drinking chamomile tea, and even inhalation of the steam the tea gives off may help treat a mild viral infection. Taking in the vapor from the tea could potentially also provide some temporary relief if you're experiencing congestion.

Tea Time

This week we're directing you to a few of our teas to help get you through this pollen-infused season. Our Dream Catcher and Citrus Bliss. Packed with vitamin C to help give the immune system a boost, Citrus Bliss could be your first line of defense when it comes to a sore throat brought on by seasonal allergies. Our Dream Catcher blend includes both calendula and chamomile, making it the perfect tea for the sniffles.

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