Natural Allergy Remedies That Really Work
A compound found in green tea, called methylated epigallocatechin gallate, blocks a key cell receptor involved in producing an allergic response, according to 2002 research published in American Chemical Study. “Green tea appears to be a promising source for effective anti-allergenic agents,” Hirofumi Tachibana, the study’s chief investigator and an associate professor of chemistry at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan, told ScienceDaily. “If you have allergies, you should consider drinking it.”

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