Although it is midwinter and you may be still enjoying the festive season (or trying to recover from it!) this is the time to take action if you suffer from pollen allergies. The Hayfever season usually begins with the Avocado blossom, closely followed by Orange and then Olive, not to mention the numerous grasses and flowers that are native to this beautiful area we live in.
Last year was a good year for Olive growers but not so good for the many people living in the hills who were experiencing sore throats, blocked sinuses, and generally feeling unwell as the Olive came into blossom. It often seems to be the trees with the most innocuous looking flowers that cause the most problems.
Now is the ideal time to begin Hayfever prevention, well before the season starts .This can be done simply, effectively and painlessly using homeopathic desensitisation.
First we identify the pollens you have an allergic response to using kinesiology, and then we provide you with the appropriate homeopathic remedy and a synergist, which “fixes” the treatment. This is based on the homeopathic principle of “like cures like”.
It can be helpful to eat local honey which boosts your immune system too.
Kinesiology is a system of biofeedback or having a conversation with the body. By asking specific questions we can ascertain exactly what is most appropriate to bring your body back into balance where it is able to heal itself. The technique is quick, painless and non-invasive.
Many people who suffer from hayfever experience multiple pollen allergies and benefit most by beginning their treatment at this time of year, taking one remedy at a time in the sequence that the offending plants come into bloom. Having said this, some clients have found that their Olive pollen allergy cleared up only a few days after taking the remedy, even though the season had already started!
If you would like more information about Allergy treatment or kinesiology, contact Juin on 652 274 962
Juin is a member of the British Institute of Allergy and Environmental Therapy and qualified as a kinesiologist in 1997.
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