Years ago, I was given a bottle of homemade tea by a neighbor. After drinking one cup a day, my husband, who had severe allergic reactions to sugi pollen, asked me to go back to that neighbor and ask for another bottle.

I got more from that neighbor that just the tea. I asked for the recipe, and though it was too late that season to make, I began early the following year. After just three years of drinking that tea, my husband’s allergy was completely cured, and it is so simple.

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