The recent wet weather followed by a hot and dry period has resulted in vigorous grass growth and this has led to more and more people suffering from hay fever. The peak grass pollen season starts in late May and lasts to early July.
So if you have a particular allergic reaction to grass pollen, what can you do? We have many sufferers who have benefited from a prescription only medicine, which contains an allergen extract from grass pollen. This medicine works by increasing your tolerance to grass pollen, and you will find that our price is the cheapest on the web. You can obtain it by taking a free online consultation with our doctor now. You can also select from a range of prescription only eye drops, nasal sprays and tablets.
If you have hayfever now, it is not only grass pollen that you may have a problem with. May/June hayfever symptoms may be due to an allergic reaction to tree pollen, with lime, oak, pine, plane and birch trees being the chief culprits at this time. The oil seed rape pollen season is now coming to an end, but will be replaced by dock and nettle, which starts in mid June.
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