The leaves are really good for allergy relief, according to a new study that looks at the effectiveness of the leaves.
The study published in the journal PLOS One looked at the results of more than 1,500 people with a broad spectrum of allergies to at least 10 different allergens.
The researchers found that people who took the leaves had less severe reactions than those who did not take the products.
The people who did take the leaves also had less reactions to pollen and was a lot less likely to develop hay fever and eczema.
The findings are important because of how the leaves can help protect the skin and help with the skin’s response to allergens, the study’s lead author, Dr. Stephanie Prentice, said in a statement.
“In addition, it is likely that the beneficial effects of the leaf extracts can be replicated in people with more severe allergies,” she added.
“These results support the idea that it is a good idea to use the plant extracts in order to reduce the risk of developing serious reactions to these allergens.”