Hay-Band for Hayfever sufferers

Every Summer I fall victim to the dreaded hay fever. Some days I might just be a bit sniffly and other days I get a whopper headache, puffy eyes, a runny nose and one of my eyes runs like a tap.

I take a cetrine tablet most days in Summer time to try and keep it at bay, but some times it gets me anyway. I was recently gifted a hay-band to try out. Loads of people mentioned them to me last Summer while I was in a heap and seemingly they were quite popular. I tried both chemists in my village and both had run out. I kind of forgot about it then.

Anyway, it’s based on chinese principals of acupressure, stimulating a specific pressure point on your arm. Completely natural with no side effects.

I’ll tell you what though, it seems to work.

If I know there’s a high pollen count or if I feel my eye watering and acting up early in the morning (that’s how it starts for me!) I stick it on and my symptoms don’t flare up. Now, I’ll take a cetrine too sometimes if it’s a very high pollen count because sometimes I might get a few hives too and the antihistimine helps with that (total glamour eh?) but without a doubt the hay-band does all the work for the hayfever, because I’ve often taken a tablet and still ended up in bits.

So there you go. It gets a thumbs up from me. We actually bought ourselves a second one recently because my Husband was using it too. It retailed at โ‚ฌ13.99 in our local chemist. Well worth it when you can throw it on any time you want.

*Not suitable for children under 3 or during pregnancy.


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