Dr Oz: Cayenne Pepper Horseradish Nose Spray & Allergy Remedies

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Dr Oz: Cayenne Pepper Horseradish Nose Spray & Allergy Remedies

By on May 21, 2012

Dr Oz: Allergy Remedies

Are you tired of allergy season? Springtime may be drawing to an end, however, you may still have allergy symptoms. But how do you get rid of the sneezing, coughing and watery eyes? On today’s show, Doctor Oz was joined by allergist, Clifford Bassett to show you allergy remedies to ease your symptoms, like a Cayenne Pepper Horseradish Nose Spray and Hypoallergenic Bedding.

Dr Oz Allergy Remedies

Dr Oz's Allergy Remedies included a Cayenne Pepper Horseradish Nasal Spray.

Clifford says that some of the things you may be doing to help with your allergies may only be making it worse. Some of the biggest mistakes include using OTC products that are not for your symptoms. Some medications, like nasal sprays, can actually make your symptoms worse. Clifford suggested going to an allergist for a full treatment program. Allergists are able to prescribe medication designed specifically for your needs.

Pollen Allergies are Worse on Windy Days

Clifford says to do a pollen check for allergy relief. On windy days, pollen is blown around early in the mornings, so it may be best you stay in for the morning. Do your outside workout in the afternoon or early evening, when pollen counts are lower.

Allergies Caused by Apples, Pears & Hazelnut Coffee

Clifford says fruits, (like apples and pears), and vegetables can aggravate allergies and may cause itchiness of the mouth and throat because it cross-reacts with the pollen in the air. Try peeling or cooking the fruit during allergy season.

Hazelnut coffee is related to tree pollen and if you’re allergic to tree pollen, this coffee may cause some aggravation.

Irrigate Eyes for Allergy Relief

Clifford says that 90% of the women who come to his office use some type of concealer to hide the puffiness under the eyes. Get treated instead of covering up the issue. Try gently wiping the eyelids to remove pollen.

Dr Oz: Merv Rating for Allergies

Clifford says to know your Merv (Minimum Efficiency Report Value) rating for allergy relief. Look for a merv rating of 11-12.

More allergy season remedies include;

Dr Oz: Cayenne Pepper Nasal Spray

Combine cayenne pepper and horseradish. (Sounds harsh, but it works!) Dr Oz says you’ll feel a burning at first, but that’s just the nose spray working.

Cool Compress for Allergies

Keep a cool compress in the fridge and place onto your eyes at the onset of swelling. This helps to get rid of any inflammation.

Dr Oz: Hypoallergenic Bedding

Did you know that changing your bedding can actually help you with allergies? Doctor Oz says to purchase hypoallergenic pillows, mattresses and sheets to help get rid of allergens.

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Comments to Dr Oz: Cayenne Pepper Horseradish Nose Spray & Allergy Remedies

  1. How much do you use of each?

  2. Where can I purchase the nose spray?
    Tom malloy

  3. Patsy Thomas says:

    where can I buy the nose spray or can you give me instructions on how to make it.
    Thank you.

  4. We sell the hot pepper nasal spray here. The stuff is awesome and really does work. I suffer from congestion and sinus pain and pressure and it really does work.

  5. Does horseradish cayanne pepper spray offer any relief for tinnitis?

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