Thyme

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When you suffer from an allergic attack after being exposed to something unusual, your body can sometimes react violently. The effects of the histamines attacking the foreign substance can be inflammation and similar symptoms to the common cold, such as coughing, stuffy nose, water eyes and general weakness. Thyme is a poweful herb that can be brewed into an antihistaminic tea when you are struggling through an allergic reaction. You can begin each day with a single cup of thyme tea, or start adding more thyme to your daily cooking, if you want to get a handle on your allergies.

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