Hay fever season is upon us and now the sun is trying its best to shine more of us will want to be spending time out doors, making the most of the weather. For many people this time of year is ruined slightly because of hay fever. While there are several types of antihistamines out there to help with this ailment there are also many natural solutions to this common problem.
Everybody suffers differently when it comes to hayfever, for some it’s itchy eyes and for others it’s an unrelenting runny nose but there are many natural ways to target specific symptoms or all symptoms of hayfever effectively (and quickly, which really is the most important thing!). Here are some of our best products to target all the main effects of hayfever.
For those who suffer from Asthma, you may already use one of these effective devices! The Saltpipe helps cleanse the respiratory system and enables you to breathe more easily by calming the cells lining the respiratory system and stimulating their natural cleaning mechanisms.
We have several different nasal sprays from various excellent companies, the two featured in the above picture come from Weleda and Potter’s and both are effective in clearing nasal congestion, a common hayfever nuisance. Weleda’s spray includes soothing aloe vera for especially sore noses!
If you would rather stop the pollen before it even enters your nose you can try HayMax. You apply this directly at the base of your nostrils so it can trap pollen before it has a chance to irritate. Several different scents are available, including soothing lavender, always a bonus!
It’s also handy to have some eye drops around during hayfever season to sooth those very common itchy eye problems which quickly become a great hinderance during daily life. Potter’s once again provide a soloution here with herbal eye drops made up camomile, witch-hazel and cornflower.
Finally, for those with all of hayfevers irritating symptoms A.Vogel do an effective homeopathic tablet which covers all the bases from itchy noses to itchy eyes and should put an end to all hayfever woes.
Hopefully this summer will be a sunny one and minus any uneccessary irritations!