Allergies come in many forms and can disrupt daily life and reduce the enjoyment of every activity. Allergy symptoms and sinusitis respond well to a variety of natural remedies including acupuncture, Chinese herbs, nutritional supplements, and therapeutic-grade essential oils.

Types of Allergies That Respond to Natural Remedies

  • Seasonal allergies and hay-feverAllergies
  • Pet allergies
  • Chemical sensitivities
  • Indoor allergens including dust and smoke
  • Food allergy and food intolerances
  • Chronic inflammation and swelling

Acupuncture Effectively Treats Allergies and Sinusitis

According to the World Health Organization, in controlled studies acupuncture has proven to effectively treat allergic rhinitis and hay-fever. Acupuncture reduces inflammation and swelling, balances the immune system, and normalizes histamine reactions. Acupuncture also triggers the immune system to fight off unwanted bacterial, fungal and viral infections that can exacerbate allergies and sinusitis.

German Study of 5,237 Demonstrates Acupuncture Effective for Allergic Rhinitis

Acupuncture Cures Chronic Sinus Congestion – New Research

Acupuncture Shows Promise in Treating Children’s Allergies

Acupuncture Pins Down Allergy Relief – Fox News Story 

Chinese Herbal Medicine and Allergies and Sinusitis

At Isthmus, Chinese herbal medicine used to treat allergy symptoms and sinusitis is custom formulated based on a combination of your traditional Chinese pattern diagnosis and any known triggers or causes. This allows us to treat both your symptoms and root cause for effective results. In general, the course of treatment is two to three months with Chinese herbal medicine and a low-maintenance dose for seasonal allergies and flare-ups may be recommended.

 Seasonal Allergies Relieved with Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture

Can Herbs Fight Asthma – Web MD

Chinese Herbs can Complement Proven Allergy Treatments, Study Suggests

Traditional Chinese Herbal Remedies for Asthma and Food Allergies


Information on our website is not intended to diagnose, treat, or be a substitute for regular medical care. We encourage you to discuss all therapies with your primary care doctor before making any changes in your health regimen.

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