Luffeel for the temporary relief of hayfever symptoms

Luffeel for the temporary relief of hayfever symptoms

The rapeseed fields around Market Harborough are out in full force at the moment. Spring has sprung and, whereas it all looks beautiful to my eyes, anyone who is sensitive to pollen may be streaming his or her eyes out by now. In my clinic I used to prescribe Luffeel for the temporary relief of hayfever symptoms, both the nasal spray and the tablets. In a drug monitoring study, concomitant administration of Luffa compositum Heel Luffeel Nasal Spray and Tablets was rated by over 70 % of 1,090 hay fever patients as either ‘good’ or ‘very good’ therapy. That is not a poor result given that neither steroids nor antihistamines are failsafe either.

What makes it work? Sorry that this gets techinical. Its main constituent Luffa operculata in dry fruit infusion promotes significant changes in the mucociliary function of the epithelium, suggesting that it is potentially noxious to human nasal mucosa. That is why the complex homeopathic version of Luffa operculata is the safest option to take. It is useful for allergic rhinitis, sinusitis and of course for hay fever. Luffeel is used by people who do not want antihistamines or steroid medicine (nasal route), or who react poorly to antihistamines or steroid medicine (nasal route). For many the Luffa has been a viable alternative for years.

Below are the links to both Luffeel Nasal Spray and Luffeel Tablets. I suggest that you buy both and use them as follows. The best way to use Luffeel is 1-2 months BEFORE pollen exposure, dissolve 1 tablet Luffeel under the tongue 3 times daily and DURING 1 tablet 3 times daily plus 1 spray in each nostril 3-5 times daily. I have added the Aloeride-buy-5-get-1-free to the display because for everyone overseas this makes your total order Freepost which is not an insignificant saving over and above the 20% discount on the Aloeride. I hope that Luffeel for the temporary relief of hayfever symptoms will be of help to you.

Typically pollen allergy symptoms include:
• cough from postnasal drip
• itchy and watery eyes
• nasal congestion
• sneezing
• stuffy or runny nose
• scratchy or sore throat
• throat clearing

Many people want to manage their hayfever without common steroid nasal spray side effects: irritation, itching, dryness, redness, nosebleeds, crusting, burning, infection.
Many people want to manage their hayfever without the side effects of antihistamines: sleepiness (drowsiness) and reduced co-ordination, reaction speed and judgement – hence do not drive or use machinery after taking antihistamines; dry mouth; blurred vision; difficulty passing water. Sedating first-generation H1R antihistamines and H2R blockers might impair innate immune responses to bacteria and that these drugs should be used with caution in patients with severe bacterial infections. The non-drowsy antihistamines can give rise to headache, dry mouth and feeling sick.
Luffeel for the temporary relief of hayfever symptoms is a viable and sensible alternative to try.

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