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HayMax Wax
Buy HayMax from the chemist, dab the wax under your nose frequently, especially when heading outside. Read more

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Say goodbye to hayfever with Vaseline!
Put vaseline around your nostrils. It catches pollen before it can enter your nose. Read more

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Many prescribed treatments are ineffective at best, and pretty powerful on young bodies making them excitable or really drowsy.
Local Honey has been shown to acclimatise the system to the pollen that can irritate it. Try adding a teaspoon or two to yoghurt, smoothies or porridge. As well as Pineapple which is high in... Read more

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Tricks to Avoid Pollen
Wash your face often with water to make sure that pollen doesn't come inside with you. Wear sun glasses when outside and use a homapathic cream like Hay Max at base of nostrils when you outside. Read more

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Grass Pollen hayfever
If you suffer from Grass pollen hayfever, which in the UK is is typically from May to July. your sensitivity may be made worse by drinking milk and eating dairy products (cow sheep and goat)... Read more

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Vaseline
Using a Q-Tip cote the inside of your nostrils with vaseline before you go to sleep. Read more

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Natural & Tasty
A simple & delicious way to get rid of hay fever symptoms. Read more

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Acupuncture for Hay Fever
I asked my acupuncturist if he could help with hay fever. He inserted tiny thin needles in my face (sounds scary and painful but wasn't at all), and it made a huge difference to improving my... Read more

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Vitamin C is a natural antihistamine
Sneezing, itchy eyes, congestion, tickly throat, sinus pressure and trouble sleeping are just some of the symptoms that hay fever sufferers have to contend with as the temperatures start to rise.... Read more

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Managing Hay Fever Naturally: Local Honey
Your friends are gearing up for summer by shopping for the perfect pair of cute shorts, breaking out the BBQ and planning trips to the beach. You, however, are loading up on antihistamines, tissues... Read more

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Tree Pollen Hayfever
If you suffer from hay fever in early summer the symptoms of which usually subside by early June the cause is often tree pollens. Due to a cross reaction to other allergens, avoid eating the... Read more

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Nettle Tea
Drink lots of nettle tea to get rid of hay fever. Read more

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Local honey
Eat local honey regularly. Read more

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8 Supplements + Natural Remedies for Hay Fever
Hay fever is an allergic disorder where your immune system views harmless inhaled pollen or other allergens as dangerous substances and launches inflammatory chemicals like histamines and... Read more

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Bromelain to help with respiratory irritation and inflammation associated with allergies
Bromelain is a natural compound found in pineapples, but you can also find it in supplement form. Several studies have found it to be effective at treating the respiratory irritation and... Read more

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Acupressure for Your Nose in Hay Fever Season
In hay fever season our noses have to suffer a whole host of symptoms, from being completely blocked up, to running like a tap, to losing its sense of smell, or just being crazy itchy. This... Read more

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Butterbur to relive symptoms
Butterbur was shown in several studies to relieve the stuffiness and nasal congestion of hayfever. This may be due to its anti-inflammatory properties and its ability to relax blood vessel walls. Read more

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Neti Pot
An old yogic technique from India that uses saline water to cleanse the nose. Read more

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