As much as I’m enjoying Saskatchewan’s unseasonably warm weather this spring, I’m not enjoying the early onset of our seasonal allergies that comes along with the sunshine and green grass! I’ve mentioned before that I tend to favour natural solutions for allergies and so this year, in addition to some other techniques, I’m treating my family’s symptoms with Orange Naturals Seasonal Allergies.
This homeopathic formula is gentle, non-drowsy and comes in both adult and child varieties, something I especially appreciated since my oldest son suffers from allergies as well. One of the nice things about the Seasonal Allergies homeopathic is that I can either use it regularly three times a day during the worst allergy seasons or simply use it every 30 to 60 minutes when my symptoms are acting up.
Of course, treating allergies is only half of the battle, so I also try to make sure that I minimize our exposure to allergens in different ways. From making sure I vacuum the carpets in our house regularly to giving my boys a teaspoon of raw honey, I’m a big believer that prevention is an important step when dealing with allergies!
For more tips and ideas on making allergy season easier, as well as plenty of other great health and wellness advice, make sure to check out the ONatural blog! The Help for Outdoor Allergies in Kids article has some great ideas for helping to treat and prevent outbreaks. And if you have a question you’d like to ask the Orange Naturals health experts, why not post it on the Orange Naturals Facebook page?
With the right preparations, seasonal allergies don’t have to slow my family down, and since we’re big fans of the outdoors, that’s something that makes me pretty happy! If you’re looking for a gentle and natural way to treat seasonal allergies, check out some of the Orange Naturals homeopathics and supplements that can help you get back to springtime fun!
Disclosure: I am part of the Orange Naturals Mom Ambassador Program and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.