Allergies affect a significant amount of people every year; it is essential for them to keep under control the wide range of symptoms of the various allergic reactions that influence the everyday life of millions of people.
Scientific research has provided lots of products, marketed by pharmaceutical companies, that help to prevent and to treat annoying allergic reactions, even though, sometimes they are not enough as often the side effects associated with synthetic antihistamines are problematic (sleepiness, dry mouth, water retention). A possible solution is represented by natural antihistamines: alternatives given by nature, that can reduce allergic symptoms (swelling, itching, sneezing, ect.) thanks to their health-related properties, succeeding in preventing the release of histamines by the body.
A very effective natural antihistamine is vitamin C, present in common food (oranges, kiwi, bell peppers, arugula, spinach, etc.).
Omega-3s, largely present in fish and nuts, for example, also combat allergy symptoms, as well as plants and herbs such as blackcurrant, ginger, liquorice root, nettle and garlic.