Spring means allergy season is in full swing.
It also means many people are suffering with sneezing, watering and itchy eyes.
Are you one of those people? Are you looking for a solution to this problem?
We may be able to offer some relief!
Read about Natural D-Hist below and give us a call today to find out more!
Natural D-Hist - a natural supplement for seasonal allergy support:
A powerful anti-allergy supplement designed to help fight seasonal allergies, Natural D-Hist incorporates highly effective compounds (including quercetin, stinging nettles leaf, bromelain and N-Acetyl L-Cysteine) known for their abilities to improve sinus and respiratory health.
Natural D-Hist is the ideal solution for over 40 million individuals. In the past, the most commonly used approach has been to mask the annoyances seasonal allergies create, after it is too late to address the cause.
If you are like the 40 million people who shy away from the outdoors during the height of the growing season, you have probably tried almost every over-the-counter product on the market. Unfortunately, most products force your body to function in a way that is not natural, that is why they create so many unpleasant side effects.
Why is Natural D-Hist different?
Because the approach of Natural D-Hist is to address the issue before it can become a concern. Most products only mask the situation, keeping the real problem rooted within. Natural D-Hist treats the cause and helps support sinus and nasal passage tissues when you need it most.
Natural D-Hist Includes the Following Natural Ingredients:
Quercetin for Seasonal Allergy Support
Naturally found in onions, quercetin is a mast cell stabilizer and a powerful natural flavonoid. Among the flavonoids, quercetin is one of the most biologically active. Quercetin has been shown to inhibit certain compounds that typically affect sinus and respiratory health. One of the best studied effects of quercetin is its ability to prevent mast cells from de-granulating during an allergic response. In preventing mast cell de-granulation, quercetin prevents the release of histamine, one of the major triggers to the overall allergic response.
Stinging Nettles Leaf for Nasal Passageway Health
Studies have shown stinging nettles have demonstrated both promising mechanisms and clinical results for supporting nasal passageway health. While further study is needed, trials have shown stinging nettles demonstrated measurable differences vs. placebo after only one week. Stinging nettles leaf has also been shown to be effective when used for hay fever.
Bromelain for Seasonal Allergy Support
Bromelain is the term used to describe a group of enzymes derived from the stem and fruit of the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus). Bromelain has proven mucolytic properties as such, Bromelain supports normal mucousal tissue function and enhances the absorption of quercetin. As a plant enzyme, Bromelain has many advantages and uses as a supplemental ingredient. Bromelain has an "Approved" status by the German Commission E for micro inflammations (allergic reactions, localized internal infections). Other activities associated with Bromelain include inhibition of platelet aggregation, decreasing the viscosity of mucus (mucolytic), antibiotic activity and smooth muscle relaxant.
N-Acetyl L-Cysteine (NAC) for Allergy Support
An amino acid that is a natural mucolytic. NAC breaks (reducing) the disulphide bonds in mucus of the intestines and especially the lungs, making mucus less viscous. NAC is a precursor to one of the body’s most potent anti-oxidants, glutathione. Studies have shown individuals have been treated effectively without side effects when given NAC supplements.
Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C for Allergy Support
Vitamin C is one of the most talked about vitamins in recent decades. The activity of Vitamin C was first identified hundreds of years ago for its ability to prevent and treat scurvy. Vitamin C is also known to be immunomodulating, by strengthening and boosting the body's immune system. There are numerous other conditions in which Vitamin C plays a critical role. Vitamin C is recognized as a powerful antioxidant and free radical scavenger.