If you are reading this post, you or someone you love, knows the annoyance and discomfort of seasonal allergies. The red puffy and itchy eyes, the constant sneezing, the endless runny nose…
Seasonal allergies are not fun, for you or your kids.
Most people suffer through, while some take shots or over the counter medicine, but many parents are leery of giving their kids over the counter medicine due to possible side effects.
For those of you looking for natural allergy relief that works, without all the side effects of drugs, I highly recommend Sabadil homeopathic medicine based upon experiences in our family.
The other evening my son woke up in the middle of the night because his eyes were itching so badly he couldn’t sleep. His eyelids were so red and inflamed he looked a bit raccoon-like. Once he woke up fully his nose started running and the sneezing resumed. At 1 in the morning, he felt miserable.
I went to the kitchen and grabbed a box of Sabadil, allergy relief from Boiron, and within a very short amount of time and one dose later, he was able to go back to sleep.
While we have used this product in the past with great success, I was still floored at how fast and effective it was in the middle of the night!
As I ran into 2 allergy sufferers today, both of whom wanted natural relief, I knew I had to run home and write a blog post for you!
How Sabadil works.
Sabadil is homeopathic medicine. This means that highly diluted natural substances are used to engage and stimulate the body’s natural ability to heal.
While homeopathic medicine is still under the radar in the US, it is widely used in other countries and is over 200 years old. Homeopathic medicine uses plants, minerals and other natural substances. The best news is they do not cause drowsiness or sleepiness and there are no risk of overdose or interaction with other medications.
To read more about homeopathic medicines or the homeopathic company Boiron, click here.
Now I want to hear from you…
What have you found that is effective for you and/or your kids seasonal allergies?
Please comment below. The more the community engages, the more we learn from one another.
To your health,