Hay Fever Helpers

hay fever helpers health notes

Lifeplan Botanicals Wild Hayflower. Pharmacist Shabir Daya recommends this mixture of meadow grasses and flowers, which can help trigger your body to fight the pollens you may encounter.

HayMax pure balm. This organic drug-free balm, made with beeswax and seed oils, is applied to the base of the nose and round the eyes to form a barrier to allergens. The range includes HayMax Kids and HayMax Aloe Vera for sore noses.

Eyelergy eye drops. Single-dose, preservative-free droppers deliver a light gel to help eliminate allergens and dust from eyes, relieve itchiness and form a barrier against allergens. For adults and children, suitable for contact lens wearers. Read More…

A Gut Reaction To Good Digestion

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This article has been reproduced by kind permission of The Mail on Sunday YOU Magazine.

We all know that stress affects our digestion. For some, it’s butterflies in the tummy (and a quick dash to the nearest loo) but for many others, being on ‘high alert’ causes a sluggish digestion and constipation. Gudrun Jonsson, a qualified biopath who uses the principles of nutrition and homoeopathy to treat the whole person, explains that ‘if we’re in stress mode, our bodies prioritise other systems such as the heart and brain, and that can disrupt the smooth passage of food through our bodies. So an efficient gut is vital to feeling well’.

One of her patients, ‘Rose’, says she has benefited greatly from regular sessions with Gudrun, a longtime leading figure in the nutrition field. ‘I learnt that what comes out is just as important as what goes in. Going to the loo regularly every day makes us feel lighter and healthier – mentally and physically – as it eliminates toxins from the system. So the key is not only to manage stress – Gudrun advised me to lie down and breathe slowly in and out of my stomach, do yoga and meditate – but also to manage your gut.’ Read More…