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Get Rid Of Dust Allergy Immediately With These All-Natural Home Remedies

Even though any kind of allergy is difficult to deal with, one particular allergy is especially annoying, which is dust allergy. Before we discuss the home remedies for dust allergy, all the other things that you might need to know about this condition has to be discussed, so that you can tackle the problem effectively.

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Dust allergy is difficult to detect and control, because you do not know where your body will find some particular kind of dust that it will react against. Once you do come in contact with dust like that, it is also difficult to get rid of it, unless you check out these super effective home remedies.

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The symptoms of dust allergy are almost the same as a common cold. You smart sneezing, you may also develop a runny nose and you might also notice inflammation in various places like you nasal cavity, your arms and your legs. Even if you feel the urge to scratch and itch these inflammations, you should refrain from doing so, as it can aggravate the problem even further.

There are several medicines that you might take on the prescription of your doctor in order to keep the allergy in control and give you relief. However, these medicines also have their own set of side-effects like drowsiness, which you can avoid with these completely natural and highly effective home remedies for dust allergy.

1. Saline solution

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One of the best and most effective home remedies for this condition is the use of a saline solution. The salt in the water helps draw out the allergens from your body by the process of osmosis, which gives you relief from symptoms like a blocked nose and inflammation. It also washes away the dust that might have accumulated in your system and is contributing to increases the problem, and preventing you from getting relief.

Make a saline solution by dissolving one teaspoon of salt in a glass of warm water. You can either drink this, or put it in a spray bottle and spray some into your nose. You can also wash your body with the solution.

2. Turmeric

Turmeric has excellent anti-bacterial properties, which helps your body fight off the symptoms that any allergy might cause to your system. It also removes the dust from your nasal and air passage, allowing you to breathe and get immediate relief. Turmeric also has anti-inflammatory properties, which reduces swelling and redness, and stops you from itching your sores, should they develop as a result of your allergy.

You can include sufficient turmeric as part of your daily diet. You can also take a teaspoon of ground turmeric and dissolve it in a glass of warm water and consume it in the morning, or when you see this allergy developing.

3. Ice

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Ice is a great natural remedy for dust allergy, and any other allergy which might cause red blisters and inflammation to appear on your arms and legs. It helps sooth these inflammations and reduces the redness and itching, preventing you from scratching and feeling discomfort, which are two very common symptoms of any allergy. It also washes out the dust from the surface of your skin, and helps your body relax and cool down.

Simply take a couple of ice cubes, which you can either rub directly on the affected area, or wrap in a towel to make a DIY cold compress and press it against your face and your limbs.

4. Cover your mouth, arms and nose immediately

Covering your mouth, your arms and other exposed parts of your body through which dust can enter your system is one way of stopping the problem immediately. After you have covered your body parts, you stall the dust from entering your system and wreaking havoc with your health. Constant exposure might make the problem worse. After you have covered it, you can check out the other home remedies, which can help you eliminate the dust that has already entered your body.

5. Apple cider vinegar

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This miracle ingredient is often used for the treatment and cure of dust allergy, which has been used since time immemorial. The natural properties of apple cider vinegar flush out the allergens from the system, and clears mucus from your nasal passage. It prevents problems like congestion and inflammation and nausea, because of its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, making it the idea natural solution to problems like dust allergy.

You can dissolve a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in water to create a healing solution or your body. Consume this solution once every day to keep your allergies at bay on a regular basis, or when you see the symptoms of the allergy appearing, drink a glass of apple cider vinegar solution for immediate relief from the problem.

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6. Quercetin

Quercetin is a natural substance, which is a kind of plant polyphenol that is found naturally in a number of fruits and vegetables, which has been proved to be an effective home remedy for problems like dust allergy. It is part of the flavonoid family, which can help clear out your system because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Quercetin is found in fruits like oranges and melons and other citrus fruits and green leafy vegetables, therefore, you can include these natural fruits and veggies in your daily diet. Drinking a glass of orange juice will also give you enough quercetin intake to help get rid of your dust allergy problem.

7. Honey

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Honey is used for the treatment of problems like congestion and weak immunity, both of which are predominant symptoms of an allergy attack.  Honey can help strengthen your immunity, making it a long-term solution for your dust allergy problem, and not a one-time solution. It also gets rid of other symptoms like congestion and inflammation, and can be consumed on a regular basis to tackle the problem effectively.

You can add honey to your food, your tea, or even to a glass of water and drink it daily, or when you are suffering from an allergy spell. This will show you immediate results, without resorting to any medical means.

8. Eucalyptus oil

Eucalyptus oil has been used since time immemorial to cure problems like nasal congestion, common cold and allergies, because of its strong healing properties. It helps clear the nasal passages, and when you mix it with other oils to create a solution, rubbing it on any inflammations that might appear can help you get rid of them immediately, without scratching and itching and making the problem worse.

To make the right solution with eucalyptus oil, mix one drop of the same with two drops of lavender essential oil and 1 drop of tea tree oil and rub it on your chest, nose and limbs. You can also mix a couple of drops of the oil in tea and drink it.

9. Peppermint tea

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The strong essence of peppermint tea helps clear congestion and mucus from your nasal passage, making it an effective solution for dust allergy. If you are feeling feverish, or bloated or congested, drinking a cup of peppermint tea has shown favourable results. It also contains anti-bacterial properties, which flushes out the toxins and the allergy causing dust from your body, to give you immediate relief.

You can make peppermint tea either by boiling a handful of mint leaves in water, draining them and adding a tablespoon of honey for added flavour. You can also add a drop of peppermint essential oil in warm water and a teaspoon of honey and drink it when you see your allergy acting up.

10. Wasabi

Wasabi is an unconventional, but effective home remedy for allergies, especially dust allergy, it contains a compound called allyl isothiocyanate, which gives wasabi its anti bacterial and anti inflammatory properties. It also builds immunity so that in the future, you are less susceptible to dust allergies and bacterial attacks. It prevents cough, cold and sneezing, when you develop an allergy.

You can dip a spoon in wasabi and lick it in small quantities when you are trying to tackle the problem. You can also mix it with other foods and have it, to reduce the strong pungent nature of the substance.

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11. Green tea

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Green tea is a great natural remedy for such problems, as it helps cure the problem while soothing the symptoms that usually appear at the same time. Green tea has anti oxidants which flush out the toxins from your system, including the dust which causes your allergy. The tannins in the green tea bags also reduces swelling, inflammation, redness and itching, allowing you to solve the problem without suffering through the symptoms that appear when you have an allergy.

You can drink green tea when you start seeing the symptoms appear. You can also soak two or three bags of green tea is boiling water for 5 minutes and press the bags to the affected areas, to help reduce the swelling and inflammation.

Once you are equipped with these highly effective home remedies for dust allergy, you don’t have to worry about sneezing and itching your way through it, because they are immediate, as well as long-term solutions!

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11 Amazingly Effective Home Remedies for Dust Allergy
Dust allergy is one of the most common problems that people have to face. Read about the best, natural home remedies for dust allergy, guaranteed to give you immediate relief.
Aishani Laha

Aishani Laha

Bibliophile. Feminist. Unreasonable optimist. I am dangerously obsessed with the English language and the stage is my second home. I still believe in fairy tales and happy endings, and more importantly, that there is nothing that good music and a cup of coffee can’t fix.