Natural remedies for hay fever

Our range of hay fever supplements have been carefully selected by our fully qualified Natural Remedies Advisors. You'll also find expert tips on how to keep those allergy symptoms at bay.

Suffering with hay fever? This is what we recommend...

Natures Aid Quercetin Formula (Vegan)

Help reduce histamine levels and ease your symptoms of hay fever. Take in the morning or at night if allergy symptoms keep you awake.

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Support your gut

By supplementing with probiotics and eating fermented foods such as kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut and kimchi. 70% of our immune cells are found in our gut!

Focus on omega 3

Found in oily fish such as Salmon as well as flax seeds and chia seeds. We have a wide range of omega 3 supplements, including vegan options, for those who need supplementation.

Eat vitamin C rich foods

Vitamin C is a natural anti-histamine so we recommend enjoying more strawberries, kiwis, peppers and citrus fruits.

Eat an anti-inflammatory diet

To help to lower overall levels of inflammation in the body. Eat 8-10 portions of brightly coloured fruits and vegetables daily.

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We answer your top 5 hay fever questions

From highlighting the first signs of hay fever to getting rid of those annoying symptoms, find all the answers here.

Can eating local honey help allergies?

Many believe eating honey from their local area can help alleviate their hay fever symptoms. It's suggested that eating local honey means you ingest local pollen too and over time, you may become less sensitive to this pollen.

We have linked two studies below but really there is limited evidence to support this theory.

Study 1: Effect of ingestion of honey on symptoms of rhinoconjunctivitis

Study 2: The Potential use of Honey as a Remedy for Allergic Diseases: A Mini Review