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Hay fever, allergies & Co.

Sneezing attacks, runny nose, itchy eyes, conjunctivitis or an itchy palate

All these symptoms are probably not alien to you and so you look forward to the new season and the development of nature with mixed feelings?

The symptoms that occur are the result of a reaction to protein components in plant pollen or grasses.

Have you belonged to the nose drops, eye drops, antihistamines and cortisone group so far?

Then we have a few tips that might help... just give it a try - all natural!

Nasal rinsing / nasal douche with salt water (Emser salt)


  • Reduce sweet and sour tastes in your diet. Use more pungent and bitter components; sharp taste removes excess mucus and moisture, bitter taste has an antiallergic effect according to Ayurvedic understanding.
  • You should remove dairy products, raw vegetables, animal foods and sweet fruits from your diet for the time being.
  • Heat up your body with spices and teas (ginger water, herbal tea).

Don't suppress natural needs like coughing or sneezing!

Perform breathing exercises / pranayama

Ayurvedic herbs

The use of dietary supplements has proven effective in hay fever.

  • Guduchi extract - a strong detoxifying and purifying effect is attributed in Ayurveda. whereby above all the liver should be supported in its detoxifying effect. *Contained in QIDOSHA CLEAN
  • Trikatu is a mix of ginger and long black pepper that stimulates the metabolism. In Ayurveda, the digestive fire Agni is central to the immune system, so food should be as pungent and bitter as possible. Both apply perfectly to Trikatu. *Contained in QIDOSHA IN-SHAPE

☯️ TCM also has a few tips to offer

Traditional Chinese Medicine says that hay fever symptoms originate from a stagnation of the metabolism in the head. There is congestion. The congestion creates a slag in the head. The trigger for this congestion is the pollen that reaches the body through the wind.

There must be a susceptibility to stagnation in the body.

In addition, there must be an immune deficiency, otherwise the pollen would not get into the body, but could be successfully repelled.

The origin of the immune system is in the kidneys. If the kidney strength is sufficient, then the person has a good constitution and a good immune system. The immune system is replenished by nutrition.

In addition, the body receives additional support from breathing (lungs). This is also responsible for the distribution of the immune system on the surface and skin.

The immune system can be strengthened through nutrition.

  • The Reishi Mushroom

This medicinal mushroom has been used in TCM for centuries due to its immune-modulating and adaptogenic properties.

The Reishi can stabilize the mast cells with its triterpenes and reduce the endogenous release of the hormone histamine. This is responsible for swelling, redness and itching.

Polysaccharides and antioxidants can help to quickly relieve hay fever reactions.

  • The Almond Mushroom

Polysaccharides in a uniquely high concentration can also Agaricus Blazei Murrill (also known as ABM or almond mushroom) show. The beta-glucans contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system.

As a "biological response modifier" BRM, it regulates the immune system; if there is a tendency to overreact, it slows down the immune reaction or strengthens it - depending on the individual constitution

  • Hedgehog's Mane - the Hericium Mushroom

In order to also support the intestines, the mucous membrane of which contains an essential part of the immune system, it can also make sense to use hedgehog's mane - Hericium. It regenerates and soothes the intestinal mucosal cells.

Acupuncture can also be of great help for the eyes and nose.

So: Here's to a symptom-free spring time!

Your QIDOSHA team


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