6 Natural Antihistamine Foods and Herbs – Natural Remedies

2. Holy Basil Leaves

This is an herb from basil family, enriched with numerous essential nutrients and healthy properties with naturally sweet, minty and florally taste. It is used in many dishes all over the world. Basil is known to be adaptogen that contains properties like anti-histamine, anti-anaphylactic, mast-cell stabilizer.

Fresh basil is nothing hard to find in the stores but if you still find it difficult to get that dried basil leave tea is available in the market just steep them in boiling water and get rid of the ailments. These are also an easy herb to grow in kitchen garden.

3. Chamomile

Chamomile tea is typically used as tea to fight with inflammation, weight problems, and to promote sound sleep. Fresh chamomile is easily available but herbal experts prefer to use the dried ones. Chamomile leaves are great antihistamine but they are absolutely dose dependent. One shouldn’t use the excess of it to fight the ailment but it should be used with moderation and caution. It protects the patient from histamine reactions and helps the mast cells to release histamine.

4. Black Cumin

Black cumin, Nigella satvia or fennel flowers are the common names of this herb that tastes same like oregano, which is slightly herbal bitter. It is again easy to find and rich in numerous healthy properties. It acts amazingly as an anti-histamine and antioxidant, and protects the layer of gastric mucosal. Black cumin can be consumed either in oil form or as raw seeds for great results.

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  1. Gheorghita Gabriela December 18, 2016

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