Help for Hayfever

Sunny days are back at last! With warmer temperatures, everywhere you look the grass, trees and flowers are springing back to life. Everyone is aching to go outside to enjoy outdoor activities. Yet these activities can cause a huge issue for those living with seasonal allergies. Seasonal allergies are triggered by relatively harmless substances such as pollen and mould spores. A typical allergic response can present with wheezing, coughing, itching, nasal congestion, shortness of breath, headache, fatigue, skin rashes and hives. Thankfully there are many products available to help prevent the onset of hay fever and to assist in controlling the symptoms. We have many options available at Mountain Health including the effective Herbs of Gold – Hayfever and sinus ease. Other options that may assist include:
  • Vitamin C is an immune booster that’s also a natural antihistamine that may help to reduce allergenic response.

  • Zinc for strengthening the immune system.

  • Cod liver oil contain vitamin A and omega-3 fatty acids which contribute to the health of the mucous membranes lining the respiratory system. Cod liver oil can also reduce the allergic response.

  • An Acidophilus supplement helps improve immunity and enhance digestion.

  • Bromelain and quercetin are powerful digestive enzymes that reduce inflammation caused by allergies. Quercitin also aids in the action of Vitamin C & slows down the release of histamine to stop an allergic response.

  • Horseradish and Garlic are well known remedies to treat symptoms of hay fever.


Pop into Mountain Health and we can recommend the best products to suit you. Don’t forget, during September, at Mountain Health, we’d like to help you Spring back into health by offering all our VIP customers:

25% off Fusion Health Range &

25% off Herbs of Gold Range


*Offer available to end of September 2014. No further discounts & some exclusions may apply

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