When pollen or mold spores fill the air and you need to put an end to the sniffling and sneezing fast, you may consider turning to one of the many “natural” remedies for seasonal allergies out there. We get it: The idea of avoiding medication and using seemingly simpler solutions to ease your symptoms sounds like a win-win.
However, it’s worth noting that “natural” doesn’t mean much in the context of seasonal allergy treatment—things like essential oils and honey are often seen as “natural” but can actually cause allergic reactions in some people. And drinking apple cider vinegar, which some people claim helps their allergies, won’t do anything for your sniffling—but it may hurt your stomach, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
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