I lost most of the weekend to hiding away from beasties like this one. I know it's a lovely flower and in reality grass pollen is probably causing more hayfever than this lovely flower. I know there are many people who suffer with hayfever far more than I do. I seems such a shame to be indoors while the UK has it's Summer and hence I am spending some time outdoors too.
I bought an air purifier yesterday and it seems to help - on principle I'm happier as I have a tech gadget on the case - it's more my thing than the medical things I've been using :-)
Steve - I've suffered with hayfever for many years - it's spoiled more than one summer day for me! Last year I started using a new device called a "Medinose" though and it has really helped me - it's definitely worth a look if you can put up with looking a bit silly for 5 minutes each morning! :-) http://tinyurl.com/5ktwsa
Richard> thanks - I'll give it a whirl
sorry to hear about your hay fever. I know you already have an air purifier but have a look at my website. Our products amazing for helping sufferers like yourself. And it offers a money back guarantee if you dont like it so nothing to lose but loads to gain!!
Steve - Benadryl is my saviour. HTH, Mark
forgot to say the web. www.cleanaer.com
My savior is Sinol Nasal Spray. I was given to me as a sample at the Storms Allergy Clinic and I have had the best allergy season yet. I now purchase my Sinol at Rite Aid. Try it if you really suffer it is a great all natural product with nor harmful side effects.
You could try self remedying with a spoonful of locally sourced honey every day. buils up a tolerance to local pollen so i understand.