Les 5 étapes pour lutter contre les allergies

Every year, spring divides us into two categories categories: those who savor and those who savor. By "tasting" we mean runny noses, sneezing, swollen and watery eyes, itchy palates, headaches... Unfortunately, the more the years go by and the more the more "those who taste" are numerous. And this is not a coincidence.

What causes seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergies are caused by allergens carried by the wind. In the spring and summer, nature wakes up and awakens and rejoices: the air is saturated with pollens.

The pollens of birch and grasses (cereals, reeds, bamboo, prairie grasses...), will make the misfortune of the from April to July. Depending on the region, cypress (in the Mediterranean region) or (in the Mediterranean region) or ambrosia (in the Rhône region) will join the party, sometimes until October.

This awakening in fanfare of the nature shakes suddenly the immune system of allergic people. Allergic rhinitis and conjunctivitis are two common consequences, not serious. But respiratory allergies can sometimes degenerate into sometimes degenerate into asthma. 

Inserm estimates that 25 to 30% of the population is affected by allergies1. The figures have been constantly changing for 30 years.

Allergies seasonal 3 reasons for their incredible increase

  • 1st reason: the climate change

The rise in temperature has led to the appearance of new vegetation in areas where it did not exist, as well as an extension of the regions where it did not exist, as well as a lengthening of the pollination period. pollination period. This means pollen in more places for longer. places, and for longer periods of time.

  • 2nd reason: pollution weakens the body

A report by the Anses2 indicates that chemical pollutants act directly on individuals, causing irritation of the irritation of the respiratory, nasal and ocular mucosa. This pollution acts directly on the pollen grains pollen grains by fragmenting them (down to 0.5 to 4.5 μm compared to 20-40 μm for whole pollens).

These small burst pollen grains would then penetrate more deeply into our respiratory system. Atmospheric pollutants could also the chemical structure of pollen grains and, in turn, modify their allergenic their allergenic potential.

  • 3rd reason: Widespread junk food

Finally, generalized junk food also weakens also weakens our immune system by unbalancing our intestinal flora (about 60% of our immune cells are concentrated in the intestine).

Every day, our body stores toxins. Over time, its elimination functions are overwhelmed and it begins to overreact, much like when we overreact, a bit like when we vomit after eating or drinking too much. after eating or drinking too much.

Allergies and autoimmune diseases on the rise

For spring allergies allergies, everything happens at the level of our immune system. Its role is to recognize a foreign body in our body our body, it is called an antigen. It can be a virus, bacteria, dust mites or pollens. bacteria, dust mites or pollens.

If an invasion is identified as hostile, the immune system will produce antibodies and try to get rid of the intruder.

To do this, it will use the mechanism of inflammation. And this is where the painful symptoms of spring allergy appear: red eyes, runny nose, sneezing.

It should be noted in passing that, like allergies, autoimmune diseases have been increasing rapidly since the 1970s. There are currently nearly 803 of them. Among them, type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis or psoriasis .

All these pathologies have in common that they are triggered when the immune system loses its mind and turns not only against foreign bodies but against the organism itself.

Natural solutions can help you boost your immunity, such as Moducare C.

skin and allergies, autoimmune diseases

Seasonal allergies: how to enjoy the good times again?

Here is the protocol:

  • Seasonal allergies eyes, hair and nose: complete cleaning

Whenever you spend time outdoors, always wash your nasal passages when you get home. Use an isotonic seawater spray for this. You may know it as "Quinton's serum".

If you are having an attack, it means that your sinuses are already inflamed, so I recommend a hypertonic spray instead, as it contains more sea water.

For the eyes, rinse with saline solution. Blueberry water eyewash solutions are available in pharmacies. Cornflower has soothing properties for the eyes. Also, wash your hair before going to bed so that you don't deposit allergens on your pillow.

  • Assiette anti-allergy

For meals, avoid in particular foods rich in histamine . This molecule is involved when the immune system is called upon. It participates in the inflammatory and allergic response. Its action causes :

  • a dilation of the capillaries which leads to skin redness ,
  • small localized oedemas (on the mucous membrane of the sinuses for example),
  • a decrease in blood pressure,
  • an increased heart rate,
  • as well as a constriction of the bronchi. By exciting the nerve endings, histamine also causes itching.

The main foods rich in histamine are:

  • les fromages,
  • the delicatessen,
  • fish (especially dried or smoked),
  • seafood,
  • some fruits like strawberries or tomatoes, some vegetables like spinach,
  • but also vinegar,
  • sauerkraut,
  • chocolate,
  • beer, wine....

You can obtain additional information on this site by click here. The fresher the food, the less histamine it contains. Therefore, do not store fruits and vegetables, meats and seafood for too long. 

On the other hand, it is advisable to fill up with quercetinanother molecule of the flavonoid family with anti-allergic properties. You will find it in onions, apples, broccoli, green beans. Or in the form of food supplement. Do not hesitate to click here and discover Perfect Health Solutions' Quercetin Liposome.

Finally, eliminate anything that is known to promote inflammation such as dairy products, gluten, excess meat products and sugar, and white bread.

  • Seasonal allergies: the best intestinal flora

The bacteria that populate our intestines (the microbiota) condition the good health of our immune system and limit inflammatory phenomena. The more unbalanced this flora is, the greater the risk of allergies and autoimmune diseases4.

A one-month course of probiotics at the beginning of spring is a great help. These enrich the flora with beneficial bacteria. Perfect Health Solutions offers ProKimchi for this purpose.

Throughout the year, maintain your flora by consuming prebiotics (leeks, artichokes, chicory, asparagus, parsnips, onions, shallots). You can also count on le L-Glutamine de Perfect Health Solutions.

  • Seasonal allergies: the right time to fast

In general, starting a period of fasting at the beginning of April is interesting. Fasting takes a very simple form: one day a week drink only herbal teas, and the other days of the week eat only two light meals (no breakfast), for 3 weeks.

  • Seasonal allergies: buds to support me

Beginning in January, start a cure for blackcurrant buds (Ribes Nigrum) in the form of glycerine macerate. 

  • 10 drops per day for three months (you can go up to 15).
  • Its anti-inflammatory action is remarkable over the long term5.
  • Be careful, however, not to take blackcurrant buds in case of high blood pressure.

Seasonal allergies: effective natural remedies

Generally, this "little trick" works quite well. But when you do your research, you discover that there are other effective strategies against spring allergies.

  • Essential oils for spring

Many of them are real natural antihistamines.

Prevention1 drop oftarragon essential oil on a neutral tablet to be melted in the mouth 2 to 3 times a day.

If symptoms are present, ask your pharmacist to prepareessential oils of eucalyptus radiata, fr Roman chamomile, fr rose geranium et tarragon.

Refer to its recommendations for their safe use. Caution: some essential oils should be avoided during pregnancy and while breastfeeding, as well as by children under 6 years old.

Les huiles essentielles du printemps
  • Le plein de vitamines

Vitamines C also has virtues anti-allergic and anti-histaminic properties7. It is known that people in deficiency of vitamin C are more prone to allergies. 

For optimal effect, the doses you take must be you take must be high. It is therefore advisable to take liposomal vitamin C with a dosage of 1000 mg per dose. Take it twice a day.

You can combine it with quercetin8 which I mentioned earlier. It will increase its effects. The quercetin can also be found in the form of a food supplement.

The recommended daily dose is between 200 and 1200 mg.

The quail egg can truly be considered a as a super food. It hides in its small shell 5 times more phosphorus phosphorus, 7 times more iron, 6 times more vitamin B1 and 15 times more vitamin B2 vitamin B2 than a chicken egg

The icing on the cake: it is free of cholesterol! It is Doctor Truffier in the sixties who who discovered its properties against allergies. Since then, other scientific studies have confirmed his research9.

For a spring cure, it is recommended to to break three fresh eggs in a glass every morning and to swallow them, on an empty stomach, in one gulp. You'll see, you'll quickly get used to this gesture! Do this for a month.


(1) https://www.inserm.fr/information-en-sante/dossiers-information/allergies

(2) https://www.anses.fr/fr/system/files/AIR2011sa0151Ra.pdf

(3) https://www.inserm.fr/information-en-sante/dossiers-information/maladies-auto-immunes

(4) Kataoka K. The intestinal microbiota and its role in human health and disease. J Med Invest. 2016

(5) Cortez RE, et al. Blackcurrants (Ribes nigrum): A Review on Chemistry, Processing, and Health Benefits. J Food Sci. 2019

(6) Tarragon essential oil is not recommended for people who have or have had hormone-dependent cancer and for people taking anticoagulant drugs or who have bleeding disorders.

(7) Vollbracht C, et al. Intravenous vitamin C in the treatment of allergies: an interim subgroup analysis of a long-term observational study. J Int Med Res. 2018

(8) Present in fruits and vegetables in varying quantities, quercetin is a flavonoid, a substance responsible for the brown, red and blue hues of plants.

(9) Syrigou E, et al. Efficacy of a Quail Eggs-Based Dietary Supplement for Allergic Rhinitis: Results of a Single-Arm Trial. J Diet Suppl. 2021

Les 5 étapes pour lutter contre les allergies
Dr. Schmitz 3 May, 2023
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