Hay Fever Tablets & Spray

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    Pollen is basically flower sperm, and it carries the male gametes (reproductive cells) of seed plants to the stamen (the female part of a plant).

    Pollen can be carried on the wind, which makes it easy to breathe in, or it can be transported by birds and insects.

    Hay fever is very common. One in every five people or so will deal with it at some point in their life.

    It is so common and frustrating, in fact, that many countries have a pollen forecast, to help you plan your outings a few days ahead.

     

    Various kinds of pollen can cause hay fever, including tree pollen, grass pollen, and ragweed pollen.

    In addition, hay fever can be caused by dust mites, cockroaches, and dander from pets. Spores from fungi and moulds can also trigger this allergic reaction.

     

    Despite its name, you generally won’t get a fever with hay fever. Also, though hay fever can have similar symptoms to a cold, it is not a virus and it is not contagious.

    Hay fever affects different people at different times of the year.

     

    But it is usually at its worst during warm, humid, and windy weather. This is when there is the most amount of pollen growing and travelling about in the air. 

     

    So, while hay fever is dependent on the seasons, it won’t ever go away. There is no cure, and it cannot be prevented. But, there are some things you can do to ease the symptoms of it.

    Depending on your symptoms and preferences, there are a range of natural products that you can try to ease the symptoms of your hay fever.

     

    Vogel Pollinosan Hay Fever Tablets for example, can be taken as a remedy to help ease sneezing, and an itchy nose, throat, and/or eyes.

     

    This is a homeopathic medicinal product, and the tablets do not cause drowsiness. Anyone over 12 can take two tablets, three times a day, before meals.

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