Chances are, you’ve seen this lovely lady waving at you as you’ve traveled around lately. And, if you have seasonal allergies, chances are Goldenrod has been wrongfully accused of causing such allergies.
In reality, Goldenrod’s pollen is very sticky and doesn’t leave the plant. You are NOT allergic to goldenrod. But, guess what? Ragweed blooms at the exact same time, and it is a MAJOR allergen. That’s probably what you are reacting to.
It gets better. Not only is Goldenrod NOT the culprit of your sneezing and itchy eyes, but she can also help alleviate those symptoms! That’s right! Goldenrod has antihistamine properties!!
Nothing in nature happens without reason or randomly. Mother Nature/God/Goddess/etc. gives us exactly what we need. We just need to learn how to listen again.
Other uses for goldenrod:
- Cold and flu relief;
- Colic and gas relief;
- Lowers fever;
- Powdered Goldenrod root helps heal wounds;
- Goldenrod Vinegar helps prevent kidney stones and boosts immune responses; and
- Can help with other kidney and bladder issues.