Wasabi

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If you aren’t a fan of Japanese food, then wasabi may not be something you regularly keep around the house, but if you commonly struggle with allergies, perhaps you should keep some around. Wasabi contains a powerful compound called allyl isothiocyanate, which can drastically increase mucus production and stimulates the expulsion of it from the body. This may cause a brief increase in symptoms of an allergic reaction, but it will also help to flush the system, along with the allergens, and you should get relief quickly. Simply eating a small teaspoon of wasabi can be enough to counter an allergic reaction.

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