Of the many natural remedies for pet allergies, quercetin may actually be the easiest to acquire. This natural acid found in many normal foods acts as a natural antihistamine, thus reducing the immune response when a pet allergen, like dander, happens to get into one of your mucus membranes. Quercetin can also increase immune sensitivity within the body, making your body less susceptible to all irritants, which helps the inflammation of the respiratory tracts. Quercetin is found in high levels within apples, onions, grapes, blueberries, red wine and cherries.
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