natural remedies for hayfever – update 2

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andrew broch, inventor of the qu chi acupressure bandI’m well and truly in the depths of hayfever season now! As you might remember from last week’s post, I have been using the Qu Chi acupressure band with great success. I found a 60% reduction in symptoms straight away; notably an absence of sneezing fits, streaming nose and itchy eyes.

By the middle of last week, the grasses around here were at their peak and I found myself suffering for it.

Keeping things in perspective, however, I believe my symptoms have still been
dramatically reduced by use of the Qu Chi band. Yes, my eyes have itched, but only once during the day, and very mildly.

I stepped up my ‘beat hayfever with natural remedies’ regime by adding:

Natural hayfever remdies

  • Haymax barrier cream
  • A steamer in the bedroom at night with eucalyptus and lavender in it
  • nightly massages from Mr Green on my feet – he worked around the sinus areas and we used a blend of oils that would knock anyone out!

Improved sleep

Using all of these natural and safe remedies meant that I was sleeping half the week instead of none of it, like past years; so this was a definite improvement.

I had one spectacularly bad night on Thursday, where I didn’t sleep at all. I spent the entire night waking myself up because I couldn’t breathe through my nose. This led to dry mouth, sore throat and I’d wake myself up because I felt like I was suffocating.

I tried to sleep in the lounge, in a more upright position, as the room is cooler than our bedroom, but it didn’t work.

Remove pollen

I then remembered about the advice to have a shower and wash your hair before bed to get rid of any pollen. So on the Friday, I striped the bed, put fresh laundry on, gave the room a thorough vacuum and indeed had a bath before bed, along with all the other measures.

This definitely helped and, at the end of the second week of using the Qu Chi band, I would most certainly recommend it to people looking for a natural, safe, effective and easy to use remedy.

Discount on Qu Chi band

If you want to try a Qu Chi band for yourself, Andrew, inventor of the band and pictured above, is offering you 20% off, simply by quoting ‘GREEN’ at the airtight international checkout

What about you? Which natural remedies have you found work for hayfever?

3 Comments

  1. Arthritis Info Blog on June 17, 2009 at 3:37 am

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  2. Brad Miller on June 23, 2009 at 9:09 am

    You are using a good one. This is a nice remedy for a healthy living. Being a healthy person speaks more of you know that you have a healthy body outside and inside. There are a lot of things you must consider for you to have it. If you think you are not, then health remedies should be take into account.



  3. Mrs Green on June 30, 2009 at 7:38 am

    Hello Brad, welcome to the site. Have you used the Qu Chi band yourself? I’m not sure I understand your comment, apart from a plug for the health remedies site; would you care to expand on what you mean?



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