It's that time of year, but here's what can you do to help alleviate and eliminate your symptoms -
Fall in Central Texas sucks if you have allergies. Yeah, I said it!
The problem is the constant change from 80 degrees to 30 degrees. You don't know if you should wear your winter coat or a tank top. Think about how the plants must feel. Is it time to die and hibernate, or is it time to pollinate?! For Texans this means our whole winter will be a constant battle with pollen and allergies. But you didn't come here for a reason why, let's get down to business. Here's a some things you can do to help with your allergies this year.
Got some other tips? Comment below and let us know what worked for you!
Stay healthy, friends!
~The Red Raven
Bret Kyle Rogers, L.Ac.
Texas based acupuncturist, qigong teacher, and herbalist demystifying Chinese medicine. The author frequently links to Amazon.com for specific products. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases and appreciate your business!