In any place that is warm, damp, and humid there can be mold. It is a type of fungus which grows in filaments and it reproduces via spores. These spores are present in the air. Eventually, they will make their way to your nose. This is triggering an allergic reaction which is causing symptoms like asthma, postnasal drip, congestion, cough, eye irritation, a runny nose, and sneezing. The prolonged exposure can lead to immune suppression and progressive lung conditions. 
You should know that the mild mold allergy symptoms are generally not life-threatening but they can affect your everyday life. 
The symptoms of mold allergy vary from person to person and they can range from mild to severe. There are some people who can have year-round symptoms or symptoms which flare up only during certain times of the year, like in the rainy season. Many people mistake the symptoms of mold allergy with cold or sinus infection because the symptoms of these conditions are very similar. There are some factors which can increase your risk of mold allergies such as living or working in a mold-infested building, living in a house with high humidity or poor ventilation, a weak immune system, and having a family history of allergies.  If you have a mold allergy, then you need to talk with your doctor before you start using some of the below-mentioned home remedies for this condition.
9 Home remedies for mold allergies
This home remedy will not provide relief from the symptoms of mold allergy but it can effectively kill the harmful agent which is the cause of this problem. This is a natural cleansing agent that is composed of minerals which can eliminate mold spores and they can prevent further damage.
You should know that when there are no spores, then your chances of suffering from mold allergy are automatically reduced. You should coat infested areas evenly with the borax powder. You should repeat it every other day for a period of a week because this can ensure that there are no more spores left. Also, you can spray borax solution onto wood surfaces from time to time because this can help you to prevent an infestation. To make this home remedy, you need to dissolve one teaspoon of borax powder in one cup of hot water. When you are using the borax, then you should use rubber gloves and wear goggles. 
This vitamin is very effective for preventing mold allergies. There was one study in which was said that Vitamin D can be an effective therapeutic agent to treat or prevent allergy to a common cold which can complicate asthma and frequently it is affecting people who suffer from cystic fibrosis. In this study was found that Vitamin D can help to reduce the production of a protein driving the allergic response to mold and also it is increasing the production of proteins that are promoting tolerance. 
Also, we know that Vitamin D is very important for the proper functioning of the immune system. In the morning, you should go out in the sun for ten to fifteen minutes because it can help your body to produce Vitamin D. Also you should eat foods that are rich in Vitamin D, such as Vitamin D – fortified cereals, egg yolks, beef liver and fatty fish (like tuna, mackerel, and salmon). Also, you can take Vitamin D in supplement form. Before you start taking Vitamin D supplements you need to talk with your doctor.
It is a natural antibiotic which can help to eliminate toxins from the body in which mold spores are also included. Also, this natural cure is not creating resistance or immunity in the pathogens it kills. This home remedy can help people who suffer from mold allergies in many different ways. It will provide support to your immune system which in turn will limit the allergic reactions. Also, you can use it as a cleaning agent that can help you to rid of fungi or mold quickly.
You should take five or six drops of colloidal silver orally for immune system support. You should spray the mold–affected areas lightly using pure colloidal silver and then you need to ventilate the room because it can help to slow the growth of mold. When you are doing laundry, then you should add ½ cup of colloidal silver to rinse the cycles of your clothes washer.
Apple cider vinegar
This is a natural detoxifying agent that can help to flush the system of mold spores and other irritants. Also, it has antihistamine and antibiotic properties which can help to reduce the intensity of symptoms like headaches, nasal congestion, frequent sneezing, and others. This natural cure plays an important role in regulating the body’s immune response system.  You need to add one tablespoon of organic and unfiltered apple cider vinegar to one glass of warm water. You should mix in one teaspoon of raw honey. Also, you can add a little lemon juice in it. You should drink this home remedy two or three times per day until your condition improves.
You can use fresh and supplemental forms of ginger because they can help with different types of allergies in which mold allergy is also included. Also, it can help to strengthen the immune system and it is acting as a natural antihistamine. Also, it is very effective at reducing symptoms, such as cough, runny nose, nasal congestion, and even a headache. You should drink two to three cups of ginger tea on a daily basis because in this way you will have a faster recovery.
To make the ginger tea, you need to add one tablespoon of grated ginger to one cup of water and then boil it for five minutes.
You should strain it and add a little raw honey and lemon juice to it. Also, you can chew small pieces of fresh ginger root sprinkled with a little salt several times per day. Also, you can include ginger in your cooking. 
This is one of the most powerful antifungal herbs. You can include it in your diet because this can help to reduce the risk of suffering from mold allergies. Also, garlic has quercetin which is a natural antihistamine and it can help to reduce the severity of the symptoms after you have been exposed to mold.
It is an antifungal natural cure which can boost your immunity and it can help to fight allergy symptoms. You should chew two or three garlic cloves on a daily basis because it can help to combat various symptoms of mold allergy.
Also you can chop three or four garlic cloves and you should boil them in one cup of water for ten minutes. You should strain it and then add some raw honey to it.
You should drink this home remedy two times per day. Also, you can take garlic tablets. It is recommended to take 600 – 900 mg per day but you need to talk with your doctor before you start taking them. 
This home remedy can boost your immune system. Also, it is aiding in the ability of your body to fight off the fungi which are the main cause of mold allergy. This natural cure can help to ease the symptoms and it can promote recovery. You should add three or four drops of Echinacea tincture to one glass of water. You should drink it three or four times per day but not more than one week. Also, you can take Echinacea supplements after you have talked with your doctor. 
It is a natural anti-inflammatory and antihistamine herb which is playing an important role in dealing with the symptoms of mold allergy. It can ease nasal congestion and can give quick relief from symptoms like itching, sneezing, and coughing.
You should mix one tablespoon of dried stinging nettle in one cup of hot water. You should steep it for five minutes, strain it and then add a little honey to it.
You should drink this tea two or three times per day until you have noticed that your symptoms are gone. Also, you can take stinging nettle supplements but talk with your doctor before you start taking them. This home remedy is not recommended for young children and pregnant women. 
Vitamin C-rich foods
You should eat foods that are rich in Vitamin C because they can help your body fight off mold spores and they can minimize the symptoms of mold allergy. Vitamin C is a natural antihistamine which can help to fight off the symptoms. Also, it is a powerful antioxidant which can boost the immune system and it can build resistance to allergies. You should eat more foods that are rich in Vitamin C such as papayas, tomatoes, broccoli, dark leafy greens, berries, kiwis, bell peppers, oranges, and lemons.
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