SNEEZE IN THE FACE OF ALLERGIES WITH THIS NATURAL ANTIHISTAMINE
Vitamin C plays several essential roles in your body and has been linked to a host of impressive health benefits, thanks to its antioxidant properties. As an essential vitamin, it can’t be produced by the body, which means you may need to consider a supplement and make sure your diet is full of Vitamin C rich fruits and vegetables like oranges, strawberries, kiwi fruit, bell peppers, broccoli, kale and spinach.
According to a 2018 study, the natural immune booster is also an effective antihistamine. The study, which examined the effectiveness of Vitamin C in the management of allergies, revealed that high doses of the vitamin reduced allergy symptoms and that being deficient in it could increase the risk of allergy-related concerns.
Being a potent antioxidant, Vitamin C may also help lower your risk for chronic concerns, strengthen your white blood cell function and reduce the severity of cold and flu symptoms as well as reduce recovery time.
This Spring, take the time to smell the roses without the itchy eyes, red nose and irritating cough with Releaf Cough and Cold Effervescent which contains added Vitamin C and may assist in the relief of symptoms associated with the common cold and hay fever - including runny nose, cough, pain and inflammation.