CBD and Hayfever

Hay fever is a very common condition that affects millions of people every year.

It affects people who are allergic to certain outdoor/indoor irritants, such as pollen, dust mites, animal fur or feathers.

Hay fever is usually at it's worst in late March through to September, which is when the pollen count is at it's highest.

The weather is usually warm, humid or windy which will optimize the pollen count.

The symptoms of Hay fever can vary, with some suffers experiencing some or all of them.

It is typical to experience a blocked or runny nose, some sneezing, and/or coughing. The throat, mouth, nose and ears can become itchy.  Some suffer earache, loss of smell, and can become lethargic.  Eyes are often itchy, watery and red.

Antihistamine drops, nasal sprays or tablets are usually prescribed to combat Hay fever.  

Avoiding things like going for walks in the evening, (when the pollen count is higher), cutting grass, keeping windows shut, showering regularly, will all help.  A good tip is to use a barrier such as Vaseline, in and around the nostrils to inhibit pollen.

The antimicrobial properties of CBD oil can actually alleviate Hay fever symptoms.  CBD oil (cannabidiol) is a good way to treat inflammation.  The build up of pressure in the head and sinuses experienced with Hay fever is painful, but can be reduced with this powerful remedy.

CBD oil can be massaged into the temples and forehead, giving a pleasant sensation and aiding relief.

A few drops of CBD oil taken under the tongue daily is effective in treating Hay fever.

CBD oil is safe to use and does not have psychoactive properties, so is not mind altering, contrary to popular belief.

European Regulations and Guidelines ensure that CBD oil and other products, such as CBD flowers are completely safe to use.

People who favour the more natural route for Hay fever relief should try CBD oil, and be pleasantly surprised.


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