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Is capsicum good for allergy?

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Capsicum can cause allergies, and bell peppers can cause an unfavorable reaction on the immune system. Some people are sensitive to its smell and taste. Symptoms include a runny nose, itchy eyes, cough, swollen lips, and sneezing. It is not a common allergy as capsicum is considered safe for most people.

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I suffer from seasonal allergies and I have been researching about home treatments for this. I found a few foods that help cure seasonal pollen allergies. Google says a few foods like stinging nettles, capsicum, cayenne pepper, probiotics, apple cider vinegar helps. Talking about capsicum, it has a lot of vitamin C which strengthens the immune system. It is also said that bell peppers help to lower histamine levels in the blood and prevent allergies. I am going to try it myself

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