Have you ever found yourself asking:
“What supplements are good for hay fever?”
Do you eye tree blossoms with fear and run inside at the sound of your neighbour cutting the lawn?
You’re not alone.
Approximately 1 in 4 adults in the UK suffer from hay fever.
The hay fever season in the UK typically starts in late March to early April and lasts until September, with the peak season being between May and July. However, the exact timing of the hay fever season can vary depending on the weather and other environmental factors.
Tree pollen occurs first, typically from late March to mid-May. Grass (which actually has two peaks) lasts from mid-May until July, and weed pollen covers the end of June to September.
General advice to people who suffer from hay fever is often quite restrictive:
- Keep an eye on the pollen count and weather forecast
- Take antihistamines
- Stay indoors during high pollen count days
Imagine a less restrictive, more holistic approach to hay fever. Effective, natural alternatives can have a powerful and positive impact on those who dread hay fever season.