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Old 04-05-2006, 7:21 AM
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Cool Free Pollen Calender

If you're like me and have a runny nose and itchy eyes, you may be interested in a free Pollen Calender to download. (I'm allergic to tree pollen at this time of year!)

http://www.zirtek.co.uk/hayfever/pollen-calendar.php

On the same site is also a daily pollen forcast and other interesting items about hayfever.

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Old 04-05-2006, 8:16 AM
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ta very much

starting to get itchy now
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That's great. Thank you very much. My eyes are itching already.
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Thanks. I have been having runny for the past few days. Anyone know where I can buy slow release Piriton(Chlorphenamine) other than the US?. That's the only thing that works for me.
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Old 29-03-2007, 12:18 PM
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Many Thanks, this will also help me try and avoid the worst plants etc....
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Thanks. I have been having runny for the past few days. Anyone know where I can buy slow release Piriton(Chlorphenamine) other than the US?. That's the only thing that works for me.
Thanks.

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there was a thread on here last year.

pharmacy 4 u ( or something like that.)

i bought some generic tablets and there were fine, very reasonably priced too. ( i will look for the name of the company when i get a minute and edit this post)


found it
clicky

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Old 20-06-2007, 8:22 AM
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on the same website, you can get a free txt message everytime the pollen index in your region is higher than your threshold so you know to take the all important antihystamines before you leave home...
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I've just been to the doctor this morning cos I've tried everything out there and nothin helps. Mines worst at night, I can't breathe and I'm constantly wheezing.

The doctor said he couldn't give me anything stronger (even though 3 people I've spoken to went to their doctor and got stronger remedies), all he suggested was herbal remedies. He gave me a prescription and I went to Superdrug to get it and 2 of the 3 things are Superdrug own brand that I've already tried - I'm so Peeved off!
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Post Possible help with hay fever

Hi
This is the first time I have been on any forum I felt compelled to try to help other people with hay fever, my son as had hay fever since he was quite young and he is now 32 and has started keeping bees he told me recently he had read an article that if you ate honey from local area you live in (Which of course comes from local pollen) it helps with hay fever, he has tried this this year and he has not had hay fever any where near as bad as past years, hope this helps other people suffering with this.
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Elderly lady told me to give 1 tablespoon of local honey mixed in glass of water or apple juice with 1 teaspoon of Apple cider vinegar daily to my teenager to help with severe hay fever and medium eczema. To take for three weeks before it will work fully. Well, that was in March when hay fever started and up to now only 1 antihistamine taken in all that time. Went camping 2 weeks ago and absolutely fine. You can't miss taking it though. Missed four days in row and that was when antihistamine was needed. This has ended 11 years of spring to autumn misery. Don't know how it works but the honey has to be local so I go to health food store-it's dearer than supermarket stuff, I pay 4.25 a jar. Well worth it and hope it helps others. It helped the eczema but not got rid of it though.
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