Hayfever sufferers! Fantastic bargain Lloyds Pharmacy- 'Medinose' + Ioniser £19.99!!

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  • TechTerryTechTerry Forumite
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    Mines flashing blue and after about 10 secs it goes off.

    While it flashing blue the nose bits are lighting up red.
  • katthehatkatthehat Forumite
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    TechTerry wrote: »
    Mines flashing blue and after about 10 secs it goes off.

    While it flashing blue the nose bits are lighting up red.

    Thinking about getting 1 for my OH, he really suffers, this sounds rather interesting?????????????????:p
    Kat :money:
  • terfterf Forumite
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    Well I suffer pretty badly from hayfever and after 10 days or so of using both the ioniser + 'medinose' I haven't noticed much of a difference unfortunately. I've read that these devices might be more effective for people who have milder allergies. Still going to continue using it though in case it makes my hayfever better over time.
  • photomephotome Forumite
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    I get mild hayfever normally..but last two days it has been BAD (in norwich) has anyone else had it worse than normal this week
  • This gadget didn't do much for my other half - she hasn't noticed and difference unfortunately.
  • cepheuscepheus
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    Normally I get two spells of hay fever, March and June/July, but I have been suffering over the last few weeks for some reason. It is usually tree pollen this early in the year. Beech I think. However, I have always suspected rape seed since I never used to suffer before June 20 years ago. The recent sunny but breezy spell hasn't helped.
  • babbelquackbabbelquack Forumite
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    Try "Local" honey for hayfever.

    I usually get it worst in June so from the end of March to early September I take a spoonful a day. This is my third year and it's getting better year on year, I have read where it has cleared up peoples hayfever eventually.

    Just make sure it's local not from Tesco's!! ;)
  • peggydoodaapeggydoodaa Forumite
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    Try "Local" honey for hayfever.

    I usually get it worst in June so from the end of March to early September I take a spoonful a day. This is my third year and it's getting better year on year, I have read where it has cleared up peoples hayfever eventually.

    Just make sure it's local not from Tesco's!! ;)

    I'm hoping to try the local honey theory this year. Apparently it needs to be produced within a 25 miles radius from where you live!
    I may be shy, but that doesn't make me an angel ;)
  • I'm hoping to try the local honey theory this year. Apparently it needs to be produced within a 25 miles radius from where you live!

    That's correct, something to do with putting the pollen back into your body from the flowers in your area??

    I started seaching for beekeepers and eventually found local producers in my area. Local health shops may have it too.
  • cepheuscepheus
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    OK a bit Juvenile but:

    If anyone wants a good laugh at themselves, try sticking the medicose thing up their nose in the dark switching it on and and looking at themselves! This is incredible.

    Don't show anyone, or else you will get the nickname Rudolph!
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