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It’s that time of the year… allergy time. (Boo!!) Would you love to fight your seasonal allergies with food? Read on and learn how…
I’ll teach you how to use food as medicine and ward off seasonal allergies in 2 and 1/2 minutes!
You want to head to your local health foods store or farmers market and get local bee pollen. Bees cross-pollinate local flora and fauna, which is why bee pollen helps you build up antibodies to things you normally react to. You will use it sublingually (under the tongue). Start with 1/2 a teaspoon a day for one week. The following week bump it up to 1 teaspoon. Weeks 3-6 use 1 tablespoon. Simply hold it under the tongue until it dissolves. Do NOT do this in the evening. It’s so energizing, you may not be able to sleep!!
Bee pollen is fantastic for the immune system and wonderful when you’re embarking on a new workout routine or just feeling low energy. Simply add it to smoothies or sprinkle over your morning cereal.
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