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Hay Fever

Hay fever is one of the most common allergies of all. We associate this type of allergy primarily with outdoors exposure to pollen, but significant levels of pollen can also be found inside since pollens is windborne. Abstaining is not easy.


  • Sneezing, accompanied by a runny or stuffy nose is the most common allergic reaction.
  • Itchy eyes, nose, and throat.
  • Dark circles under the eyes.
  • Crease mark on the nose in children from persistent rubbing of the nose, also called the “allergic salute”.
  • Watery eyes and sometimes conjunctivitis.

The types of pollen causing the most common allergic reactions are produced by trees, grasses, and weeds that don't have to be in bloom.

These plants produce small, light, dry pollen granules, specifically made for wind travel. Ragweed pollen has been found 400 miles out at sea and 2 miles high in the air.

Trying to get rid of an offending plant does nothing, since the pollen can drift in from many miles away. What makes it even more difficult is that antigenic pollen comes from plants that could use huge quantities of pollen - some plants generate a million grains of pollen a day and it is almost impossible to avoid it. They are everywhere!

The best approach to controlling the allergies to pollen is treatment with The Deluxe Kit. Our kit was designed to include vials for the treatment of over 200 of the most common allergens found in foods and the environment.

The best time to treat hay fever is during the winter when there is no pollen around. This way the immune system gets stronger and if there is a reaction during the season it is easy to repeat the treatment, but if you didn't have a chance to do it during winter time, now is always the best time. You may have to repeat to the treatment regularly as these allergies are very seasonal.

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