The Six Proven Natural Remedies for Spring Allergy Relief

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Ah, spring time. It’s warming up outside. The days are getting longer. The birds are singing. The trees and flowers are blooming. 

This is all great until your allergies start flaring up. 

Allergy Relief

For some, seasonal allergies can be a minor inconvenience. On the other hand, others experience serious discomfort and dread. If you fall in the category of seasonal allergy sufferers, we’re here to help. 

If you’re anything like us, we try to go as natural as possible when it comes to any remedy. In other words, while pharmaceuticals have their place, we always look to nature first. Similarly, when nature offers us options that work without the negative side effects, we’re totally on board! So, today we’re going to be talking about a few natural allergy relief options that can pack a punch.

After that, there's a bonus. We have a product that combines all of these powerful nutrients. And we're going to share it with you here.

What Are Our Natural Options?

When it comes to fighting allergies, we can look to tradition. For example, there are several natural ingredients, used for ages. The good news is, science is catching up. The new scientific literature confirms what our ancestors already knew about these ingredients. For instance, these nutrients have some significant pubmed research. You know us. If there’s research on a nutrient, we will always make sure we share that with you. After all, we’re not going to ever endorse nutrients that don’t work! 

Stinging Nettle Leaves have long been known for their anti-inflammatory properties. When you have allergy flare-up (hello, puffy eyes), you need something to calm inflammation. Recently, there was a significant pubmed study on stinging nettle. The study noted the leaves’ impact on allergic rhinitis. Additionally, there were multiple studies showing its anti-inflammatory properties. If allergy flare-up is here, science says stinging nettle offers sweet relief.

Quercetin is another ingredient that helps with allergies. It is commonly called a natural antihistamine. However, that’s not technically true. Quercetin is a mast cell stabilizer. Mast cells are the immune cells that respond to an allergen. They create the allergy symptoms we know and hate (itchy eyes, runny nose, etc.). Therefore, quercetin can be beneficial to someone already experiencing allergy symptoms. However, it doesn’t have the best absorption rate. So, if you take quercetin by itself, you may want to consider a loading dose. 

Rutin is a bioflavonoid. It has anti-inflammatory properties. However, unlike quercetin, rutin has a higher absorption rate. But it does not have the same half-life. That's because Quercetin is a substrate of rutin. Therefore, rutin can counteract the low absorption rate of quercetin. That's why this should diminish the need to take a loading dose, the way you would with a stand-alone quercetin.

N-Acetyl Cysteine is a nutrient we love around here. NAC is a powerful lung supporter. That's because it boosts something called glutathione. This is one of our most powerful antioxidants. It protects us from toxins and pathogens. Additionally, it acts as a mucolytic (decongestant). That's because it breaks down mucus. The result? Music to our ears! 

You could buy all of these nutrients for allergy relief. But, if we can save you money and pill fatigue, you know we always will. So, here's the bonus.

An Allergy Relief Product That Packs A Punch

Our friends at Utzy created one formula that packs an allergy relief punch. It's called Allurtica. Allurtica combines the power of Stinging Nettle Leaves, Quercetin, Rutin, NAC and two other allergy relief nutrients - Rosemary Leaf Extract and Hesperidin. In other words, you get all of these incredible powerhouses in one product! How great is that?

Allurtica is a unique blend of natural flavonoids, antioxidants and herbs. It was created by scientists expertly educated in immune system function. This powerful combination actively promotes healthy sinus and respiratory health. Utzy believes natural products are the future. That's because natural products are non-toxic and not addictive. In short, you can switch from masking your symptoms to supporting the normal function of your immune system.

The product is great and effective. Meanwhile, Utzy is taking their commitment to potent, clean products to the next level. They have started farming many of their ingredients themselves on their organic farm.

Allurtica is quick-acting and non-habit forming. Additionally, it won’t make you sleepy after taking it!  What's more, it can be used proactively (to prevent symptoms), or reactively (if already symptomatic). 

The rule of thumb is that the larger the body mass, the more they should take. If symptomatic, you can use it as needed to help address symptoms. Don't be afraid to adjust your dose to find what works best for you. Above all, any of our team members would be happy to provide additional insight on this great formula.

Utzy cares about allergy relief for you this season. That's why they offer a guarantee. That is to say, if Allurtica doesn't work for you, bring it back. We will refund you your money so you can try an alternative solution.

Don’t let seasonal allergies get you down. Fight back, naturally. 

Want to Learn More?

If you still have questions about this topic, reach out to us today. See how we can help you achieve optimal health and vitality. Our experts are here to help you live your best life. 

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