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Hayfever Relief

by Christine

July 2008

Hayfever Relief

Chewing raw honeycomb for 15 minutes, then spitting out remaining wax, has been very helpful for my teen daughter's severe hayfever and allergies. Use the amount of a piece of chewing gum, each morning. Repeat if needed a couple times during the day.

Chamomile (inhale the steam) and nettle are also helpful.

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