I have been suffering from skin allergy for last 10-12 years. I get this problem in summers usually when I go out in the sun. I have tried everything from Ayurvedic, allopathic, homeopathic and seen the best doctors. Can u help.

Always use a sunscreen lotion 20 minutes before you step out in the sun to avoid skin tanning.

  1. In summers especially keep yourself well hydrated with water or lemon juice with a dash of salt as the vitamin C and salts lost in perspiration will be gained by this.
  2. Chewing sugarcane pieces in summer will also help in skin allergies.
  3. To make the skin healthier and less itchy, mash papaya and apply over the affected area.
  4. Also the juice extracted from fresh holy basil leaves when applied, helps in decreasing the rash and itch on the skin. This is a very effective treatment for skin allergy.
  5. If you experience burning sensation, then applying sandalwood paste will act as coolant on the skin.
  6. Application of aloe vera gel on the allergic skin will also be beneficial.

answered by S P

Herbal remedies for allergy season

Herbal Tea for Allergy Season

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Herbal remedies for allergy season description :

  • Nettle : Flowers, leaves, roots - A diuretic, expectorant, pain reliever, and tonic. Contains vital minerals that are essential in many disorders. Good for anemia, arthritis, hay fever, and other allegic disorders, kidney problems, and malabsorbtion syndrome. Improves goiter, inflammatory conditions, and mucous conditions of the lungs.
  • Peppermint : Flowering, Top Leaves - Enhances digestion by increasing stomach acidity. Slightly anesthetizes mucous membranes and the gastrointestinal tract. Useful for chills, colic, diarrhea, headaches, heart trouble, indigestion, nausea, and spasms.
  • Yerba santa :”Yerba mate” - Cleanses the blood, controls the appetite, fights aging, stimulates the production of cortisone, and tones the nervous system. Is believed to enhance the healing powers of other herbs. Useful for allergies, constipation, and inflammatory bowel disorders.
  • Eyebright : Used as an eyewash. Prevents secretion of fluids and relieves discomfort from eyestrain or minor irritation. Good for allergies, itchy/watering eyes, and runny nose. Also used to combat hay fever.
  • Lemongrass leaves : Has astringent and tonic properties. Good for the skin and nails.
  • Calendula : Flower Petals - A natural anti-inflammatory and skin soother. Also helps to regulate menstrual cycle and lessens fever. Useful for many skin disorders, such as rashes, and sunburn, as well as for neuritis, and toothaches. Good for diaper rash and other skin problems in small children.
  • Red Clover : Flowers - Acts as an antibiotic, appetite supressant, blood purifier, and relaxant. Good for bacterial infections, HIV and AIDS, inflamed lungs, kidneys, liver diseases, skin problems, and weakened immune systems.
  • Lavender Flowers - Relieves stress and depression, and is beneficial for the skin. Good for burns and headaches, psoriasis, and skin problems.
  • Fennel Seeds : Used as as appetite supressant and as an eyewash. Relieves abdominal pain, colon disorders, gas, and gastrointestinal spasms. Useful for acid stomach. Good after chemotheraphy, and/or radiation treatments for cancer.

Before taking any herbal remedies for allergy season, consult your physician or review the Natural Herbal Remedies report offered at

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Allergy Season Blend

Cool minty, citrus flavour to assist you with the discomfort associated with allergy season.

  • 1 part nettle
  • 1 part peppermint
  • 1 part spearmint
  • 1 part yerba santa
  • 1 part eyebright
  • 1 pat lemongrass leaves
  • 1 part calendula
  • 1 part red clover
  • 1 part lavender flowers
  • 1 part fennel seeds
  • a pinch of stevia

Place all herbs in a tea ball or bag, put in your nicest or most favorite cup or mug, and cover with boiling water. Steep for 10 minutes. Remove tea ball or bag, and add sugar, honey, sweetener, milk, cream or whatever, to taste.

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answered by P S

There can be a variety of underlying causes for skin conditions, and often they can be traced to the digestive system (food choices, or digestive inefficiencies) coupled with the body's inability to eliminate well. The sun may trigger a hypersensitivity reaction, so palliative therapies such as fish oil, nettles, Vitamin C and quercetin may decrease the inflammatory reaction. You may also consider some sort of supervised fast or cleanse with increased emphasis on eliminations during the times when your symptoms tend to be most severe. There may also be a mental/emotional component, triggered 10-12 years ago when your symptoms first appeared. Without knowing your history, lifestyle characteristics, lab results, skin appearance, previous therapies, etc. it's not possible to give specific recommendations.

Naturopathic physicians treat the cause, and without knowing about "you", this type of analysis isn't possible. If this condition is interfering with your enjoyment of life during the summer, find a trained health care professional with whom you can develop a long term relationship. For each year you've had a condition, it typically takes at least one month of naturopathic treatment.

answered by Dr K B N

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