Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina

Allergies, Hay Fever, Allergic Rhinitis.

Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina
Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina

If you are on the search for natural hay fever cures, you might want to give the superfood Spirulina a try.

You can find details of its origin and its history on our page, “What is spirulina about?”

We also explain the importance of selecting the right Spirulina for you.


Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina
Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina

Why Try it?

Evidence published is this Turkish study (1)  and deposited at the US National Library of Medicine, describes how Spirulina is clinically effective with Allergic Rhinitis more commonly known as hay fever.

My anecdotal experience confirms this. Where I live, there is a lot of dust and plenty of pollen in the air. I used to suffer from hay fever at Springtime. No longer.


 

Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina
Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina

An unplanned benefit I noticed after taking Spirulina regularly, has been that I no longer suffer from allergies or hay fever*.

I had originally taken spirulina on the advice of an Alternative Remedy Doctor to help my “fatty liver”, kidneys and type 2 diabetes. But apparently this superfood was also helping the symptoms of hay fever too. Or at least I no longer had any despite the dust and pollen at spring time.


Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina
Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina

 

 

 

 

If you are on the search for natural hay fever cures, a further US based study (2) on patients of Allergic Rhinitis highlighted how Spirulina can help. And animal studies (3) dating back to 2005 have demonstrated this too. This super food might just help you with your Hay Fever symptoms including; sneezing, blocked nose (nasal congestion) and itching. Might it be worth a try perhaps?


We have seen numerous other benefits too

As well as  easing the symptoms of Allergies and hay fever we have either experienced or researched the benefits of taking this superfood for:

Andropause (the male menopause)
Arthritis
Blood Pressure
Stabilising blood sugar levels
Candida and IBS
Cholesterol
Helped to improve the memory and it appears to ease symptoms related to Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Depression and Anxiety
It helps your body to detox and boosts energy levels.
For the Eyes, it eases symptoms of Macular Degeneration.
Gastrointestinal problems
Fatty Liver – that’s the stage before Cirrhosis of the liver,
Muscle development and growth,
Osteoporosis*
and Weight Loss

But for all of these conditions, ALWAYS under the guidance of a doctor or medical professional.


Can you believe that 1 Gramme of Spirulina = 1 KG of Fruit and Vegetables?

3 grammes of Spirulina is the equivalent of consuming 3 kgs of fruits and vegetables in terms of nutrients as this scientist explains:

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Is it safe? Where do you recommend to obtain the best supplies?

We cover this in detail in our click through page on the history of Spirulina

If it’s right for you, you can find specific Spirulina reviews on this page.

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The vast majority of people use Spirulina with no problems at all.  However, there are a few limited conditions that Spirulina is not recommended for.  We talk about these here. If you are at all concerned that you may be allergic, you will want to check our What is Spirulina about? page. Most people thrive on it.

Clearly if you are considering taking Spirulina to help manage your allergic rhinitis, you will wish to check with your Doctor or Medical Professional first, just to be sure it’s right for you.


Spirulina FAQs are here


Sources:

  1. Cingi C1, Conk-Dalay M, Cakli H, Bal C., Department of of ENT, Eskisehir Osmangazi University Medical Faculty, Eskisehir, Turkey
  2. Mao TK, Van de Water J, Gershwin ME. Division of Rheumatology/Allergy and Clinical Immunology, University of California at Davis, School of Medicine, Davis, California, USA.
  3. Chen LL, Zhang SF, Huang DN, Tan JQ, He SH. Department of Otorhinolaryngology, Affiliated Hospital of Guangdong Medical College, Zhanjiang 524001, China.

* Please refer to our About page to see the references*

 

 

5 thoughts on “Natural Hay Fever Cures – Try Spirulina”

  1. In your articles you tell us why spirulina can cure various different illnesses and do you think that there are other supplements you can take to cure hay fever? I am inspired by your story of how you were not in great health and after taking spirulina it improved everything drastically?

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    • Hi Jon,

      Thank you for visiting our site. Let me firstly emphasise that Spirulina is not a medical “cure”. But there is considerable evidence that I have highlighted on the site, that it helps in the management of various conditions. Providing it comes from a safe and secure supply.

      I used to suffer from Hay Fever. I no longer have the symptoms thanks, I am quietly confident, due to Spirulina. The evidence is highlighted on the site. Neither have I had any colds or influenzas in 3 years! This page highlights and explains how Spirulina helps in the management of Allergies. I prefer to take the Spirulina superfood instead of an anti histamine.

      Its very important to buy from secure supplies as Spirulina soaks up anything it grows in. You don´t want to be adding toxins by accident to your diet. That is why we emphasise supplements from secure sources. The brands I have highlighted on this page are reliable and secure. I will shortly be adding other links to US and Australian suppliers. I plan to add other suppliers soon.

      I´m really pleased to hear that my story has inspired you regarding the changes in my health. It really is true. Its helped me in so many ways as described on the site.

      Thank you again for stopping by to say hello. Its really appreciated.

      Have a great day.

      Best Regards,

      Trevor

      Reply
  2. This was a very fascinating article. I have never heard of Spirulina until now. Living in a area of the south where weeds grow rampant and is very dusty, I have a lot of allergies. Everyone in this area have a lot of sinus problems and allergies. You mentioned that you lost weight while taking this alternative remedy. What is in the remedy that causes weight loss?

    You mentioned where you can find Spirulina, but what exactly is Spirulina? Is it a plant or root of some type and can an individual grow it himself?

    What is the cost of the smallest amount of pills.

    Spirulina almost sounds like a miracle cure for many health issues. I would be willing to try it, if it is a reasonably priced remedy. Being a senior citizen on a fixed income. I look for alternative treatments to keep my medical costs down. I have several health issues including high blood pressure, acid reflux disease, and past history of chronic pancreatitis and would be interested in trying anything that would help improve these health conditions. 

    Reply
    • Dear Charlotte,

      Thank you so much for visiting our site. I think Spirulina may well help you for your allergies. I have not had a “blocked” nose for 3 years. And its wonderful not to have colds or suffer from the flu. Spirulina is an alga that grows naturally on lakes. I will be adding a page giving more details on where it comes from and how it grows shortly.

      Weight loss! Yes, it does help, by virtue of abating or reducing your snacking or wanting so much food. Making you feel satiated. We are in the process of producing an article. I have lost a lot of weight over the last 3 years (23 kilos) and I am sure Spirulina has been a part of that. It is NOT a weight loss programme although it is often found in so called “miracle” diets or protein bars. Kindly book mark our site and watch out for details on this site to give you more information.

      You can pick up a small bottle of 100 tablets from Amazon for about GBP 10 or US$12. There are cheaper brands, but as I emphasise on the site, ensure you have a secure supply is essential.

      I must emphasise Charlotte that Spirulina is not a “golden” bullet or a miracle cure but a Superfood. $ for $ it is I think very good value. But I must emphasise, its very important to buy from secure supplies as Spirulina soaks up anything it grows in. You don´t want to be adding toxins by accident to your diet. That is why we emphasise supplements from secure sources. The brands I have highlighted on this page are reliable and secure. I will shortly be adding other links to US and Australian suppliers. Chilean Spirulina is also very good. I do not currently recommend supplies from China or India as I am uncertain of their production and supply chain security. Some supplies from those regions have been tested to contain contaminants. We take our role in providing reliable information seriously, being 100% sure a supplier is trustworthy and safe.

      Another reason for the site, is precisely what you say, to help reduce the cost of the amount of medications people may need to take. If a superfood such as Spirulina can replace some of them, we think it has to be a good thing for everybody, except perhaps for the large pharmaceutical companies. But I repeat, please note, Spirulina is not a medication but a superfood. I take Cozar for blood pressure, but I have noticed recently me blood pressure has dropped lower than before. I think it might be the Spirulina. There are studies that say it reduces blood pressure. We need to investigate these in detail before we make any recommendation about it reducing blood pressure.

      Pancreatitis. Yes. According to my Alternative Health Practitioner, it helps this. There are studies that say this and we will be placing an article on the site on this in the near future. Acid reflux disease is a new one for me. I will check and let you know.

      However, I must also emphasise that before you try Spirulina, in view of your health condition you should check with your Doctor or Health Practitioner to ensure it is right for you. E.g. There are some blood thinning medications that do not work well with Spirulina.

      Thank you again for visiting us. I hope this reply is helpful to you.

      Best Regards,

      Trevor

      Reply
    • Dear Charlotte,

      I quick update for you. We have now researched Spirulina with regards tp Pancreatitis. Yes. It can help this condition too. You may wish to review this page that we have just added to the site. I would encourage you to take a closer look at this wonderfood. I think it might save you some of your medical costs.

      Best Regards,

      Trevor

      Reply

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