What do you take to help you with the summer sniffles, otherwise known as dreaded hayfever. There are so many available products on the market but sometimes they do not do the job.
If you are a sufferer, you will know how debilitating it can be. The common signs are a runny nose, streaming eyes, sneezing fits and sinus problems which can lead to headaches. It’s just not fun! You have to avoid the summer barbeque and sit inside with a box of tissues as your companion.
Now research is suggesting that having a gin or vodka can change all these problems!
'Asthma UK' have noted that turning to gin or vodka can curb hayfever symptoms.
People who usually drink beer and cider during the summer months, noticed that their symptoms worsened due to the fermentation process involved in the production of these drinks. There is a high histamine content in alcohols which leave you susceptible to sneezing fits.
On the other hand, Mother’s Ruin, gin, does not contain sulphites which can often provoke asthma and hayfever.
If you are going to have a tipple, remember to do it in moderation. I don’t want you to be holding me as being responsible for drinking too much. Ha ha.
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I am very happy today. I bumped into one of my friends, who hates summer. He struggles to walk his dog and often has to get someone to do it for him. He is also unable to play football with his nephew and cannot open a window without his eyes watering and beginning to itch.
When I visited him last, his nose was bunged up, his eyes were bloodshot and his asthma was worse than normal.What made it worse was that the medication the pharmacy was suggesting was having no effect at all and he was just wasting his money.
So I started telling him about the bee pollen tablets I use and the positive impact they have had on my life. He asked for some and I gladly gave him some. When I saw him today, he was smiling and thanked for me for the tablets. He said that he was bowled over with the results.
This shows that you don’t have lock yourself inside in the summer and that there is a way that you can get outside and combat the ‘summer sniffles’.
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This is a photo of me enjoying the summer.
Well, what's the big deal some of you may be asking.
Up until a couple of years ago, I used to fear the summer months. Whilst most people enjoyed being out in the sun, I seemed to get the ‘Summer Sniffles’. I would enviously watch as others would enjoy picnics sitting on the grass or playing with their young families.
I on the other hand would experience watery, itchy eyes, a runny nose and constant sneezing. I tried all sorts of prescribed medication, but they never seem to help. Well that’s until recently.
A good friend of mine recommended bee pollen.
I personally noted after starting the tablets, that my typical symptoms seemed to disappear. I usually have to wear my sunglasses to protect my eyes from grass pollen. For the first time in years I could actually leave my glasses off and my eyes were not streaming. Even the sneezing stopped. I couldn’t believe it. Best of all, I didn’t feel as tired and drained. The symptoms often left me feeling exhausted.
So what is bee pollen?
Bee pollen is made by the honeybee and is also the food of young bees. It contains nearly all the nutrients that humans need and is rich in proteins and vitamins.
Bee pollen has numerous advantages but here are my favourite five benefits:-
- Energy booster – Because bee pollen is packed with rich nutrients, it is a fantastic natural energy booster which fights off tiredness and boosts your stamina.
- It has great soothing qualities - Helps with skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. The amino acids and vitamins protect the skin and help with cell regeneration.
- Looks after the respiratory system – Bee pollen contains a high quantity of antioxidants that have been noted to have a positive effect on the lining of the lungs which means that the onset of asthma is reduced.
- Brilliant for dealing with allergies – Research has shown that the pollen seems to reduce the presence of histamine which has meant that some allergies disappear. This confirmed that bee pollen was effective in respect of respiratory diseases.
- Aids the Digestive System – Bee pollen contains enzymes which help the body in getting all the nutrients that we need from food that we need.
If you want an allergy free summer, I would definitely recommend Bee Pollen.
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