Herbal tea can, depending on your body type, help to build up immunity and in some cases permanently resolve the issues many suffer from year to year. Also a great tool used by parents to help lessen their children's allergic conditions early on in life, particularly with Nettle Tea.
Tea for Allergies
Eyebright (Euphrasia Officinalis) is, as the name implies, beneficial to the eyes for a range of ailments such as cataracts, ophthalmia ( inflammation of the eye), weeping eye, blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), conjunctivitis (pink eye), stye, and red bloodshot or strained eyes. A pretty useful herb for anyone that may occasionally suff...
Nettle Tea (Urtica diocia) has for a long time been used to treat allergy symptoms, particularly hay-fever.A known diuretic and anti-inflammatory, Nettle is used to treat a range of conditions including arthritis. This tea type is quite large, so unable to fit within $2 shipping orders. From certified organic Australian suppliers Health Benefits...
Rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) is also known as 'Red Bush Tea'. Known to help alleviate bronchitis, allergies, and asthma - Rooibos is best known as a 'respiratory herb', containing polyphenols which have been proven to be anti-inflammatory (good for acne), anti-viral, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-mutagenic. So pretty much 'anti-everything bad'! S...