Place your index finger in the thumb fold, and the tip of your thumb on the side of your middle fingernail. Extend your ring and little fingers. Do this with each hand.
Do four times a day for 7 minutes. If you have more time, you can hold the Bhramara Mudra up to eight times a day for about 20 minutes. The name of this mudra comes from Indian dance and represents the bee. Today we use bee products against allergies, and this mudra has the same effect.
The cause of allergies is a weakened immune system and/or intestinal flora that has also been affected. For example, antibiotics and many other medications harm the intestinal flora. The effects are mucous congestion in the frontal sinuses, bronchial tubes, and intestinal tract, not to mention a great variety of rashes. A change of weather, pollen, and animal hairs are often just the triggers, but not the actual cause. I used to experience a routine alternation between asthma and allergies. Today I live without the symptoms of these disorders because I have changed my diet and lifestyle. It is best for people who have allergies to eat little or no (even better!) meat, tomatoes, hot peppers, kiwis, and strawberries, and they should not drink milk.
To strengthen the immune system, a routine program of yoga, jogging, or hiking is helpful. Reducing stress and getting enough rest is also important. Treating it with healing earth can restore the healthy intestinal flora.
Enemas are very effective, and not as complicated as they may seem. Hang a water container (or special enema bag available from the drugstore) above the bathtub, fill it with lukewarm sage or chamomile tea, kneel down in the bathtub in the cat posture, and gently guide the (lubricated) end of the hose into the anus. Then let all the tea water run into the large intestine. The rest will take care of itself. Repeat three times and then rest for a while. It is best to do the enema every other day during one week. That should suffice for several months at a time.
People with allergies often have a cleanliness mania, or they are afraid of contagious diseases. Become aware of your fears and work on dissolving them by taking a mental look at what triggers fear.
What are you afraid of? Imagine an object to which you are allergic. And then imagine how to stay healthy when you touch it. At first, you may feel inner resistance against this idea, which is normal. Repeat the images until you react neutrally to them.
In love and serenity, I like [name].