Sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose… Spring can be a mixed blessing

It’s time to grasp Napiers’ selection of soothing and calming herbal remedies.

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(PRWEB UK) 4 April 2014

This year, according to experts, the climate change could double the number of hay fever sufferers in the UK. It was also reported that this season will be particularly bad.

Warmer weather and longer days bring joy to most people but can be a really miserable time for hay fever sufferers. The symptoms can vary from sneezing, sore throat, swollen glands to runny nose and headaches.

It’s hard to believe that beautiful flowers and trees are the main culprits behind all these annoying symptoms. These symptoms can worsen with high pollution levels. Therefore, people living in big cities should be particularly careful.

Unfortunately, there is no miracle cure for hay fever and seasonal allergies. The most effective treatments include cutting all dairy products out of the diet. Napiers have put together a selection of teas and other natural herbal remedies to get hay fever sufferers through the warmer season, calm their dreaded symptoms and reduce their sensitivity to dust and pollen.

One of the most effective seasonal herbal remedies sold on Napiers’ website is Summertime Tea. It contains Chamomile, Nettle and Plantain herb and can be taken by children as well as adults. Summer Tea and other helpful herbal teas and supplements can be bought on: http://www.napiers.net/summer-supplements.html

Herbal remedies are an ideal option because herbal medicine has very few and rare side effects. Often, hay fever medication makes patients drowsy, sleepy and unable to drive. Natural remedies boost the body’s immune system and can even lead to a totally hay fever free season if started during March/April.

Napiers provide natural remedies, herbal medicines, herbal skincare, vitamins and supplements. All Napiers’ products are formulated carefully by professional herbalists and practitioners. Napiers was founded by Duncan Napier who opened the first clinic on 25 May 1860. Today, Napiers combines years of traditions and experience with a twist of modern practice.


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