People say, “it’s just allergies…”

If you’ve had allergies, you know it’s not JUST allergies.

Allergies make every waking second absolutely miserable.

Runny nose, itchy skin, sneezing, itchy eyes…

And it always hits the moment you’ve finally begun to enjoy nice weather, too.

The good news is…

What I’m about to show you has cured, many people of extreme allergies.

Using just two ingredients.

Excited?

The only way you’re not excited right now is if you’ve never suffered from allergies.

Let’s jump in…

INGREDIENTS

Local Raw Honey

Local raw honey is great.

You can have a teaspoon of it daily.

But it must be local, as it will contain all of the local pollens.

If that doesn’t help… don’t worry.

Because I can nearly guarantee this next one will be a miracle cure for you…

Stinging Nettle

Stinging nettle is easy to identify.

It’s a mint. It has a square stem, opposite leaves. It is hairy and has large ovate, heavily toothed leaves that have stings on them (which you want to watch out for).

MULTI-PURPOSE: Stinging nettle is also great for arthritis, joint pain and even eczema.

To harvest the plant simply break it where it would naturally break.

Before you do this, you want to check underneath the leaves to see if there are any caterpillar eggs.

Butterflies commonly lay their eggs under stinging nettle leaves. So you want to make sure you’re not disturbing a habitat.

After you’ve checked… break off as shown in the picture above.

SAFE TO EAT? People think the stings make it unsafe to eat. However, you can eat the leaves straight off the plant. Simply fold the leaf over multiple times so the stingers are folded to

the inside of the leave and… chow down!

 

 

TINCTURE

If you haven’t watched the video on how to make a tincture, you can do so now and come back to this.

This is an extremely simple tincture to put together.

Take dried stinging nettle leaves…

Take a mason jar…

Fill up half of it with stinging nettles.

Fill up the rest with Vodka.

Place in your cupboard for 2 months.

Strain it.

Bottle it.

Use up to 3 times a day.

Just as with other tinctures, simply drop it under your tongue.

TEA

If you’d prefer not to take as a tincture… or you just don’t have the time to wait for a tincture.

You can easily make it into a tea.

Simply put your stinging nettle leaves in (dried or fresh), allow to steep for 10 minutes. Pour your tea and enjoy.

Drink this tea 2-3 times per day.

HAVE EXTRA? If you end up harvesting too much stinging nettle, no problem. It makes a great pesto! As soon as you blanch it, all of the stinging hairs fall out. Ready to eat.

 

And that’s it.

No crazy allergy medicines.

No more hot showers, or steamy baths trying to get a few minutes of relief from your clogged sinuses.

No expensive visits to the doctor for allergy shots…

Just one amazing herb.

If you’ve suffered from allergies, you will truly be amazed at the results.

Until next time…

Stay healthy,

Dr. Nicole Apelian

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