March 28, 2024 3 min read

Spring is here!  The world is coming alive with blooming flowers, budding trees, and the sweet melody of birds singing, and…achoo! Yes – spring allergies have returned. But here's the thing – did you ever stop to think that there might be more to those sniffles and sneezes than just pollen in the air?

Indeed, there's a captivating connection between our emotions, immune systems, and those pesky allergy symptoms. Our emotions wield significant power over our bodies, capable of triggering stress that can wreak havoc on our immune systems. Picture this: you're navigating life's twists and turns, feeling overwhelmed by the daily grind. It's a scenario we're all too familiar with. But did you know that all that emotional weight can take a toll on your immune system?

Chronic stress weakens immunity, making us more susceptible to allergies. When we're stressed, our bodies unleash a cascade of hormones, including cortisol, which can set off inflammation and disrupt our body's defense mechanisms. And before we know it, those allergy symptoms come knocking at our door, leaving us sniffling and sneezing.

But here's where things get truly intriguing – unresolved emotions can find a home in our bodies, particularly in the bladder. Ever heard of the saying, "All unresolved emotions are stored in the bladder,"attributed to Dr. Dick Versendaal? It's a profound notion that sheds light on how our bodies cope with emotional turmoil. When we carry around unresolved emotions, it's as if our bodies are on high alert, ready to react to any perceived threat – even harmless pollen particles.

So, how do we break free from this cycle of emotional turmoil and allergic reactions? The key lies in addressing those unresolved emotions head-on and finding effective ways to manage stress. By doing so, we give our immune systems a much-needed reprieve, potentially alleviating those bothersome allergy symptoms and allowing us to fully embrace the joys of spring.

But tackling allergies linked to emotions involves a two-pronged approach. First and foremost, we must acknowledge and address those underlying feelings. Journaling can offer a therapeutic outlet for self-reflection, while seeking support from trusted individuals or health professionals can provide invaluable guidance and assistance. It's essential to explore our emotions without judgment, allowing ourselves to fully experience and process them in the present moment.

Fortunately, there are tools and resources available to support us on this journey towards emotional well-being and allergy relief. VerVita offers a range of supplements and recommendations designed to facilitate emotional release and support overall health:

  • Kalmz harnesses the power of herbal blends to promote a sense of calm and balance in the body.

  • Cir-Q Tonic provides targeted support for the kidneys and bladder, aiding in detoxification and the release of toxins, allergens, and emotions.

  • Present Moment and Immune Harmony essential oils offer therapeutic benefits for emotional release and immune/kidney/bladder health, providing a natural and holistic approach to wellness.

Application suggestions: Present Moment can be applied to the back of the neck, heart, bladder, forehead, temples.  Immune Harmony can be applied over the bladder and/or belly button. Enjoying a bath or footbath with drops of Present Moment and Immune Harmony along with a cup of Epsom salt is also a wonderful way to feel, relax, and release those stored, unresolved emotions.

So here's to a season of blooming flowers, clearer sinuses, and a lot less sneezing. By addressing our unresolved emotions, we not only find relief from allergies but also cultivate a deeper sense of well-being and harmony within ourselves. Here's to embracing the beauty of spring with open hearts and clear minds!