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Easy alternative remedies. An allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system. Symptoms include red eyes.
1. Benefits of Almonds - Potential risks
There are potential risks associated with the consumption of almonds. Allergy to almonds is actually rather common.
2. Benefits of Oregano - Allergy Support
Those suffering from allergies will find the soothing and therapeutic properties of oregano oil in regards to allergic reactions to be highly appealing. Oregano oil can produce sedating effect on the hyper sensitivty of allergies, which ultimately leads to a real relief for those with Allergy concerns. Instead of harsh medications with a long list of side effects, oregano oil can offer a serious natural alternative when it comes to curtailing the drastic effects associated with allergic reactions.
3. Benefits of Saffron - Saffron Side Effects
There are some saffron side effects like an increase or decrease in appetite, drowsiness, nausea and vomiting. These are not very bothersome side effects of saffron but few other vary with the seriousness of the problem which can be anxiety, elated mood, rapid speaking, hyper-sexuality. Skin Allergy, rashes, hives, difficulty in breathing are also some saffron side effects.
4. Benefits of Mint Leaf - Allergies
Mint contains high levels of rosmarinic acid, an antioxidant that quenches free radicals and reduces Allergy symptoms by inhibiting COX-1 and COX-2 enzymes. A study published in the 2004 issue of the journal Biofactors found that 50 milligrams of rosmarinic acid per day for 21 days reduced levels of Allergy-related white blood cells, called eosinophils, and inflammatory molecules and decreased Allergy symptoms significantly.
5. Benefits of Fenugreek Seeds and Leaves - Skin irritation
Skin irritation and Allergy has also been reported with fenugreek. Severe Allergy symptoms include chest pain, facial swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing.
6. Benefits of Bay Leaf - Allergies
Individuals with a known Allergy to bay leaf (Laurus nobilis), its constituents, and related plants in the Lauraceae family as well as the Compositae/Asteraceae family should not use bay leaf. Contact dermatitis and occupational asthma have been reported.
7. Benefits of Avocado - Risks and precautions
Avocado allergies do exist. According to a case report published in the journal Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology, avocado allergies are associated with coughing, wheezing, nasal stuffiness, generalized urticaria and periorbital edema.
8. Benefits of Cashew - Allergy
Cashews, like other tree nuts, can lead to complications or allergic reactions. Cashews contain gastric and intestinal soluble oxalates, albeit less than some other tree nuts; people with a tendency to form kidney stones may need moderation and medical guidance. Allergies to tree nuts such as cashews can be of severe nature to some people. These allergic reactions can be lifethreatening or even fatal; prompt medical attention is necessary if tree nut Allergy reaction is observed.
9. Benefits of Cashew - Cashew nut allergy
Cashews and walnuts are two types that most commonly cause allergic reactions. As peanut Allergy and shellfish Allergy, cashew nuts Allergy symptoms can be severe and may be fatal
10. Benefits of Cashew - Anaphylaxis
Naphylaxis is a cashew nuts Allergy symptoms are most severe. This phenomenon is most common in peanut allergies and bee stings. A person experiencing anaphylaxis will usually experience severe swelling of the face and throat. Swelling can narrow the airways, triggering breathing difficulties.


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    Olives are high in monounsaturated fat and provide iron, vitamin E, and fiber, and they also contain anti-inflammatory flavonoids and phenols. Olives that are naturally purple or black contain anthocyanins as well.
    Olive oil is a key component of the “Mediterranean diet,” which appears to contribute to lower rates of heart disease and obesity.
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    (ripe olive) One large pickled ripe olive provides 5 calories, 0.3 g carbohydrate, 0 g protein, 0.5 g fat, 0.1 g dietary fiber, 18 IU vitamin A, 38 mg sodium, and 4 mg calcium.
    (olive oil) One tablespoon of olive oil provides 124 calories, 0 g carbohydrate, 0 g protein, 14 g fat, and 0 g dietary fiber.
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