Hay Max Lavender Balm Reviews
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Newest Review: ... the internet trying to find a natural way of coping with Hayfever and discovered Hay Max! Hay Max is an organic, natural, ... more
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Customer Hay Max Lavender Balm Reviews (4)
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 736 readings)
Hay fever or seasonal allergic rhinitis, as it is called, is dreaded by sufferers, and looked on with empathy by others who escape the condition; there is no getting away from the fact that at this time of year it can be a nightmare. My father suffered with it dreadfully, especially when he was working in London, and commuting home on the train. Lots of other passengers would slide down the windows, and in would come an army of pollen soldiers ready to invade his nose from the meadows and embankments which hugged the tracks, so that by the time he arrived home, miserable and moody, we would all know to keep our distance! I too suffer, but things are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 361 readings)
Anyone who suffers from hayfever will know it is a truly rubbish affliction, which affects your life mainly by being really irritating! I've only had hayfever for about 8 years - apparently a lot of people develop it in their 20s, and apparently it's getting worse, because of pollutants and global warming or something (I'll stop talking about this bit because I don't know enough about it!)... anyway, it started off for me with my eyes being just a little bit itchy. Then the itchiness spread to the back of my throat and my ears, and then came the sneezing. And the sneezing is the worst! I find that once you start sneezing, there is very little you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/10, updated on 25/10/11 (Very useful, 208 readings)
Hay Max! Well let me tell you a bit of my history of suffering with Hayfever. You know I originally thought when people told me they had Hayfever that it was a bit of a runny nose with a touch of occasional sneezing and an itchy sensation to the eyes. Well of course they are some of the many symptoms of Hayfever but really, from my experience, that is just the tip of the iceberg! It is approx 5-6 years ago now that I started to suffer with Hayfever. It began one spring and lasted all through the summer. The thing is I love to go for country walks, up and down grassy hills, sit down on the grass and eat lunch and just enjoy the scenery, peace and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/10 (Very useful, 355 readings)
Having suffered with hayfever since my early 20's I have tried pretty much everything from over the counter hayfever remedies to items which are available by prescription only. Medication combined with all the usual stuff like eating locally produced honey, avoiding going outside when the pollen is rising and falling, showering the minute I get home, etc all mean I generally have a pretty miserable summer !! My hayfever tends to start April time and goes right through to the back end of September and my symptoms which include sore eyes, runny nose or blocked nose, itchy throat, etc all make it something of a miserable existence. I received a free sample of ... Read the complete review
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