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Extreme hayfever allergy - please help!!

Hi there,

I've had hayfever since the age of 16 but its has got progressively worse over the years and I'm now struggling to function during the hayfever season. The symptoms include extremely itchy eyes, (sometimes with water blisters on my eye balls), tickly throat, sneezing and runny nose. I also feel like I my head is stuffed with cotton wool and it affects my asthma so find it difficult to breathe.

I take anti-hystamines but this only takes the edge off but the symptoms still persist. Any advice on remedies would be really appreciated as I'm struggling to function.

Many thanks,

  Zogra on 2011-05-10
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The 3 remedies listed below will build up your resistance to your Cattarh.

Take 4 pellets of each remedy sublingually precisely in the order given 2-3 hours apart.

1 Calcarea Carb 30c
2 Phosphorous 30c
3 Lycopodium 30c

Please note that these remedies may not be taken on a regular basis and may only be repeated monthly if necessary.

Report progress in 48 hours after you have completed the course.

Stop all other drugs that you may be taking today as these remedies will be antidoted by them.
Joe De Livera last decade

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