Allergy to dust: herbs will help

04 March 2016, 19:14

Aller­gy is cur­rent­ly one of the most com­mon autoim­mune dis­eases in the world, which can affect peo­ple of any age. This is a hyper­sen­si­tiv­i­ty of the body’s immune sys­tem, which man­i­fests itself in cas­es of human con­tact with a cer­tain type of aller­gen. There­fore, before being treat­ed with herbs, you need to iden­ti­fy the aller­gen and find out if there is an aller­gy to any herb.


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If you are aller­gic to dust. Take 1 tbsp. a spoon­ful of corn stig­mas, 2 tbsp. spoons of horse­tail, 3 tbsp. spoons of dan­de­lion root, 4 tbsp. spoons of St. John’s wort and rose hips, 5 tbsp. spoons of cen­tau­ry. Crush rose hips and dan­de­lion roots or scroll through a meat grinder. Mix the whole col­lec­tion well. Take 1 tbsp. col­lec­tion spoon for 1.25 cups of water, can be done imme­di­ate­ly for 2–3 days. In an enam­el saucepan, pour this col­lec­tion with cold water in the evening and let it brew overnight. In the morn­ing, put on fire, bring to a boil (but do not boil). Wrap for 4 hours, strain. Take 1/3 cup 3 times a day before meals. Keep refrig­er­at­ed. At the begin­ning of such treat­ment there will be hard­en­ing in the nose, then on the chin, on the arms, down to the legs, with great itch­ing.


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Lubri­cate with anes­thet­ic liq­uid “Men­o­vazin”. In a month, recov­ery will begin. The course of treat­ment is 6 months. Dur­ing treat­ment, you can not take alco­hol.
From an aller­gic rash:
1. Brew 1 tbsp. a spoon­ful of net­tle flow­ers deaf (yas­not­ka) in a glass of boil­ing water. Insist, wrapped for 30 min­utes, strain. Take 1/2 cup 4 times a day while warm.

rose hip

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2. Take rose hips and dan­de­lion roots by weight in a ratio of 1: 1, grind, mix 1 tbsp. brew a spoon­ful of col­lec­tion with 1 cup of boil­ing water. Insist, take 1/5 cup 4 times a day for 2–3 months.

Source: “Home Doc­tor”


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