In Taiwan, allergic rhinitis is in prevalence of approximately 24-29%. In addition to uncomfortable symptoms, allergic rhinitis also affects the quality of life. Western medicine uses medicinal therapies to treat allergic rhinitis or uses surgeries for replacement when the other therapies are ineffective. In Chinese medicine, in addition to herb-based treatment after differential diagnoses, external treatment is also efficient to treat allergic rhinitis. Ear acupressure is the most convenient modality in Chinese external treatment. The skills of ear acupuncture are worked with few side effects and are not restricted to time and location. In this research, we have reviewed the data of the treatment of allergic rhinitis over the past 15 years. These data included point locations, treatment methods, and treatment effects of the ear acupuncture. The results showed that, ear acupressure whether used alone or combined with other Chinese medicine therapies, good efficacy can be achieved. From the review of these data, it showed that the longer the treatment, the better efficacy was. We also observed that the effects of combination therapies were better than ear acupressure alone. As a final remark, the curative effects by ear acupressure were more durable than the western therapies after the treatment.