Life's no fun when hay fever flares up.
Dependent upon where you live in the UK, the hay fever season will start at different times. For example, there’s a later start and shorter season in the north of the country, where generally there is less pollen. Urban areas have lower counts than the countryside, and places inland have higher counts than around the coast.
Are antihistamines your go-to? For some people they don't seem to work as well and others will always want a natural choice if there is one available.
Dosing with Vitamin C can help dampen down the inflammation response if your body can tolerate decent doses (1000mg+/day).
Honey is a popular choice for some, because the bee pollen in honey may desensitise your body to other pollens. Increase honey in your daily dietary intake and monitor hay fever symptoms. Use local honey to your area for best results.
CurraNZ for reducing the inflammation response. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of CurraNZ can help with hay fever. One customer recently told us that antihistamines didn't work for her, but one capsule of CurraNZ had helped alleviate the symptoms of hay fever.
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Hayfever is no fun but there are natural ways to tackle the runny nose and itchy eyes.