Conventional treatments such as antihistamines, corticosteroids and decongestants can help relieve seasonal allergy symptoms, but many supplements have also been promoted for this purpose.
The evidence shows that some supplements may provide limited benefits with regard to seasonal allergies.
Sign in as a member to find out which supplements can or can't help with allergies (and the safety and side effects of these supplements), including: supplements such as butterbur, bromelain, spirulina, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), curcumin, probiotics, quercetin, stinging nettle, vitamin D, echinacea, local honey, bee pollen, EpiCor, and Pycnogenol.
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