March marks the first month of spring, and while the season signifies life, growth, and a fresh start, it’s also a season that millions of Americans dread due to their seasonal allergies. Thankfully, natural allergy remedies can help make the spring months enjoyable for all.
Allergies, a Nationwide Problem
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million Americans experience various types of allergies yearly. Further, allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S., with at least 90,000 people seeking medical care in the ER annually due to allergic reactions.
Every spring, approximately 24 million Americans struggle with seasonal allergies. According to the AAFA, such allergies can “…lead to sinus swelling/pain, itchy/watery eyes, nasal congestion, and sneezing. Airborne allergens can cause seasonal (sometimes called ‘hay fever’ or ‘rose fever’) or constant (called ‘persistent’) allergies.” Such symptoms can range in those affected, from minor annoyances to life-altering afflictions.
Are Seasonal Allergies Getting Worse?
Record numbers of people are seeking treatment for seasonal allergy symptoms. Hard data supports a theory regarding increased seasonal pollen count and allergic reactions. Dr. David A. Gudis, an ear, nose, and throat doctor at Columbia University Irving Medical Center who studies the issue, spoke to this point: “Outdoor allergies are certainly becoming more prevalent. Hay fever, which occurs when the body’s immune system overreacts to the pollen produced by flowering plants, can be quite serious, causing sleep problems, difficulties at school or work, social challenges, and even anxiety and depression. For many people, it’s more than just a nuisance.” If pollen counts are up and more people are struggling with seasonal allergies, what can be done to help them?
Quercetin; A Natural Supplement for Allergies
Pharmaceutical medications for allergies are available and easy to obtain a prescription for, but such medications often come with unwanted side effects. Further, pharma drugs only address the allergy symptoms, not the allergy itself. Thankfully, there is a natural remedy for seasonal allergies. Quercetin, a naturally occurring flavonoid (a plant pigment) present in many fruits, vegetables, and grains, is one such natural remedy.
In addition to reducing inflammation, boosting immune response, lowering cortisol (stress) levels, supporting cardiovascular health, and combatting free radical damage, Quercetin also regulates histamines and acts as an anti-allergen.
When asked why people should take Quercetin for allergies, Immune Solution founder and owner Jackie Page said, “Quercetin is a miracle nutrient all on its own. It has many benefits, but most people who take it use the supplement for its significant boost to the body’s immune system, its healthful component in heart & lung function, and its natural action as a histamine regulator and anti-allergen.”
There are no fillers, binders, artificial ingredients, dairy, soy, wheat, gluten, or yeast in Immune Solution’s 100% Natural Quercetin. Visit our Products Page to order a bottle of Immune Solution’s all-natural allergy relief supplement. If you have any questions about our products, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Here’s to a joy-filled spring without seasonal allergies!
Immune Solution Staff Writer
 AAFA. “Allergy Facts and Figures.” Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, 2023. aafa.org
 ColumbiaMagazine. “You’re Not Imagining It: Seasonal Allergies Are Getting Worse.” Columba Magazine, 2022. magazine.columbia.edu