Sneezing can be uncontrollable at times, but you can keep it to a minimum by taking a probiotic or drinking some tea made of thyme. Figure out which treatment is best for you with the helpful tips given by an expert herbalist in this free video on home remedy for sneezing.
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Hi, my name is Bob Linde. I'm an acupuncturist and herbalist in St. Petersburg, Florida. Today, I'm going to talk to you about home remedies for sneezing. So, the most important thing to do to figure out is, why you are sneezing. So, there's many reasons that may be causing us to sneeze, uncontrollably often times. It can be anything from seasonal allergies to a cold and flu. Or it may be something as simple as some of the medications like an antibiotic that you've taken in the past that your digestion hasn't quite improved yet and it's causing some food allergies for you. So once you've determined what the actual cause of the sneezing is we can select the best approach for it. So, if you've had an antibiotic and all of a sudden you've noticed that you get some sneezing, a lot of sinusitis and rhinitis, you may want to go ahead and get a good probiotic that you can find at your local health food store or health care practitioner. If you are just having a bad day where you maybe got into some dust or something like that, something you can find in your own kitchen cabinet or maybe in your local grocery store is making a nice strong tea out of thyme. So you can just take a good couple of tablespoons of fresh thyme or out of your garden, put it in some hot water. Let it steep for five to ten minutes and drink that throughout the day will often times take care of any sneezing. There's also some wonderful Chinese formulas out there. Formulas like bian pian and paymen kiwon, son or sui son are all very effective for chronic allergies, rhinitis, sinusitis and even sinus infections. There's also some things such as uping fensong in Chinese medicine that can help prevent chronic allergies. And there is a new one that I just learned from 7Song who is a great herbalist up in the New England area, and he uses an herb called ambrosia in order to treat seasonal allergies. In particular ragweed. Because ambrosia is actually the Latin name for ragweed. And so we select the leaves from that before it goes into bloom. Make a tea or a tincture out of it and drink it regularly. And that can be very, very helpful for those ragweed related seasonal allergies that many of us may be afflicted by. So try to figure out why you are having that uncontrollable sneezing. Find the best remedy to affect that particular disorder. And you will have no more problems with your chronic sneezing. So please enjoy your herbs this is Bob Linde in St. Petersburg. And have a wonderful herby day.