Hay fever is an allergic reaction of the body towards pollen. A lot of people are suffering in this time from sneezing, running nose, itchy eyes – a reaction of the body on the fine seeds and pollen in the air. A lot of people just take their time and the inconvenience of the time. The NHS has some tips to prevent the effects of hay fever which are worth reading. You can treat the symptoms by various prescriptions but we are normally not in favour to that as there are plenty of natural remedies. On the vitamin/supplement part, quercetin or quercetene is worth mentioning. It is present in onions. My mother has an annual go on hay fever and she happened to try the Phytovite multivitamins. However this was not her aim she was aware she did have the usual sneezes and other discomforts of hay fever this year. As quercetene is one of the ingredients of Phytovite, this is probably facilitating her to enjoying the spring flowers instead of suffering this year.
- Hay fever victims sniffy about the joys of spring (telegraph.co.uk)
- Is it possible to have asthma and hay fever (wiki.answers.com)
- Honey? (essiep64.wordpress.com)
- Tea And Allergies (englishtea.us)
- New pollen forecasts available online (metofficenews.wordpress.com)