Herbal Antihistamines & Tips for Natural Seasonal Allergy Relief

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Millions of people that suffer from seasonal allergies every year. As a matter of fact, two of them live with me.

Tips for natural seasonal allergy relief.
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Whether you call it hay fever, allergic rhinitis or seasonal allergies, if you’re looking for relief from your seasonal allergies, there are options for natural seasonal allergy relief.

I love spring and warm weather. In my mind, I imagine the world waking up right along with the flowers and the hibernating animals. Warmer weather typically means more travel, time outdoors and tending to the family garden.

watering the garden
Kids playing outside in the spring

If you’re like me and will be spending more time outdoors, you mat want to think about altering your family’s regimen for natural allergy relief. I’ve had some success with my kids using other spring allergy remedies, but I’m of the belief that things can always be better.

So I like to test and tweak accordingly. The important thing about having a natural approach to health and wellness is recognizing that all parts of the body are intimately intertwined.

A headache doesn’t necessarily indicate a problem in the head. It could be a lack of sleep, dehydration, stress or even a nutrient deficiency. Likewise, when you’re honing in an approach for natural seasonal allergy relief, it’s important to consider several options.

Of course, avoidance is certainly a natural approach for seasonal allergy relief. But who’s going to to tell a a little year old girl that she can’t dress up like Jessie from Toy Story and jump, skip and play in the backyard.

child hanging on a tree in Jessie costume


Sinus Cleaner (Neti Pot)

For now, Neti pots are a normal part of our natural approach to seasonal allergies. They help to clear nostrils from pollen, dust and mucous. Fortunately she’s been using them since age six, and if a six year old can do it, you can too!

Allergy Eye Relief

Antihistamine eye drops or artificial tears may provide temporary relief but, they don’t get to the root of problem. Homeopathic preparations gently stimulate the body’s natural ability to relieve symptoms. Products such as these eye relief drops contain natural active ingredients, no dyes, chemical vasoconstrictors, decongestants or steroids. They can be used regularly without the annoying rebound effect. They help activate your body’s own defense mechanism to address the underlying problem.

Pillow Covers

drinking green tea in bed

It’s also important to note that what some people think are seasonal allergies are actually not seasonal allergies at all. If you’re looking for nighttime allergy relief from sneezing, runny nose and even a dry hacking cough, that could mean bed bugs and dust mites.

Try buying bed bug proof covers to cut down on annoying symptoms.

RidgeCrest Herbals SinusClear

RidgeCrest Herbals SinusClear

As far as my number one girl goes, soon enough her mind will be on teenage things. So my job is to make sure this little girl gets to be the girl she wants to be as long as she wants to be.

At first, I gave some to the groom because honestly the snorting sounds around the house were getting kind of unbearable. Two days in…the sounds were gone so, I knew I was on to something.

I looked at RidgeCrest’s SinusClear more closely.

RidgeCrest Herbals SinusClear

Ingredients in their unique formulation include vitamin c, zinc and bromelain. Not only is vitamin C a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, but vitamin C acts as a natural antihistamine as well. As a registered pharmacist, I’m well aware of the pharmaceutical approach to treat seasonal allergies.

For a more natural approach, vitamin C, has documented antihistamine effects as shown by decreased nasal secretions, edema and blockage.

Who knew?

Bromelain, which is naturally found in pineapples is a protein-digesting enzyme. That’s significant because it breaks down mucus and reduces swelling and inflammation in the nasal passages, helping to clear mucus out.

By the way, if you’re looking for a deliciously healthy drink to support seasonal allergies try my pineapple ginger cooler. It’s contains pineapple peel and ginger of, both which are natural anti-inflammatory agents and a refreshing drink to have on a warm day.

By the way, SinusClear contains ginger root too.

A symbiotic mix of herbs and botanicals work together for speedy seasonal allergy support. Relief is often felt within minutes or hours and then you can adjust the dose accordingly to instructions.

RidgeCrest Herbals Sinus Clear


My daughter gets 1 to 2 capsules of SinusClear in the am. She’s can swallow capsules. But here’s the thing, since these come in easy to open capsules, you can just open the capsule into a juice or your child’s favorite smoothie.

For kids age 6-11, one capsule daily is the recommended dose.

As for adults and kids over 12, they can get the regular dose of 2 capsules.

Here are a few smoothie recipes that you may want to try:

Non Dairy Smoothie Recipes

Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie (contains bromelain)

Mixed Tropical Papaya Fruit Smoothie


Speaking of smoothies, when it comes to diet, is there a connection between diet and allergy symptoms?


The biggest culprits are foods like dairy, sugar, wheat and even grain. These foods are inflammatory in nature. If you’re taking herbs for seasonal allergies, the aforementioned foods are counterproductive and can actually exacerbate symptoms. Here are a list of immune boosting and anti-inflammatory recipes that can help.

Water is also paramount for hydration and clearing the body of irritating pollen through secretions.

Tip: How to Get Your Kids to Drink Water Even If They Don’t Like It

Now that we’ve found a natural allergy method we like, everyone can work outside in the garden with no complaints.

Basil growing in pot

Oh and in case you want to know, this year hopefully we’ll be growing tomatoes, kale, oregano, carrots, microgreens, cucumbers, okra, basil, oregano, chives, cilantro, ground cherries and bunching onions.

Bell peppers are in the near future. The Meyer lemon tree is doing fabulously indoors and this year we even added an orange tree to the bunch. We’ll see how that goes. My friend got me a gardening book about growing vegetables and it’s about time I put those tips to good use.

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Original: April 24 2020 Updated: March 19, 2022
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