Dr Oz: Fruit Skin Allergy From Pollen & Bay Leaf Cockroach Remedy


Dr Oz: Hidden Allergens in Your Home

There are allergy culprits outside, but did you know that there are allergens in your home and you might not even know it? Your sneezing, coughing and itchy eyes may be caused by something inside your house. On today’s show, Dr Oz goes room-by-room to show you the top hidden allergens located inside your home. You may be surprised at what he finds.
Camille, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she sneezed and coughed all year round. To help alleviate her symptoms, she took medications. Doctor Oz showed her that the reason for her allergies may have nothing to do with what’s on the outside. Her allergy culprit may be found inside her home.  You should also checkout this Allergy Drug Review.

Dr Oz: Cockroach Allergy

Dr Oz says cockroaches are the biggest cause for allergies. If you see one in your home, chances are you have 800 more lurking behind the walls. (Gee, that’s a nice thought!) Cockroach allergies can cause acute rashes. To get rid of cockroaches, look for them in the nooks and crannies. Also check your wall cracks and blenders. (Blenders? Really? Yuck!)

Dr Oz: Cockroach Bay Leaf Remedy

Bay leaves irritate cockroaches. Leave dry bay leaves in the corners and under cabinets. Another remedy is boric acid. Sprinkle boric acid in the backs of the cabinets and in corners. Be sure to keep this product away from kids and pets.

Dr Oz: Dust Mite Allergies

Dust Mites are tiny little live creatures found in pillows, mattresses and carpets.



  1. Alex says

    Thanks for this. Just a minor correction, Dr. Oz recommended using soap and water to clean mold because other chemicals are harmful for the environment, not the mold itself.

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