can be considered a state of physical hypersensitivity or exaggerated
response to substances which for most people are harmless. In
some people, the immune system wrongly identifies a non-toxic
substance as an invader.
common type of air-borne allergy is hay fever, which results
in nasal stuffiness, sneezing, nasal itching, clear nasal discharge,
and itching on the roof of the mouth and or ears. Described as
an irritation of the mucous membranes in the nose, hay fever
can be caused by trees, grasses, or mold spores, the most common
causes be ragweed.
Research has shown that certain nutrients can reduce the duration
and severity of allergy episodes.
recommend the following products for allergies: