Do Your Pollen Allergies Slow You Down?

I have pollen allergies, always have and probably always will.

It is finally Spring here and the temperatures have warmed up significantly. We have had our windows open all day and all night for the past 4 days or so to take advantage of the nice weather. I don’t know why, but right after lunch today I came back to my desk and my pollen allergies hit hard. The whole burning, itching eyes thing.

I wrote a blog post before, probably this time last year, about how barley grass helps me manage my allergies. Well, I haven’t been the best at keeping up with taking my nutritional supplements, so my body was unprepared to handle the pollen today. I went ahead and took some of my Jade GreenZymes and promised myself that I would start taking it 3 times a day for the next couple months until the pollen has passed for the most part.

After drinking it down I was pleasantly surprised to find the the itching started to subside within a few minutes and was pretty much gone after about 30 minutes.

I refuse to let my allergies slow me down, so I’m glad that I have something to take care of it that doesn’t require a prescription. Obviously I cannot promise that everyone will have the same results, but since the stuff is food and not a drug, it probably won’t hurt to try.

Wayne Woodworth
Lovin’ the grass in the Spring!

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6 Responses to Do Your Pollen Allergies Slow You Down?

  1. awesselius says:

    I agree, if it also works (partly or effectively enough). Bee pollen and honey are very nutrient and healthy too. I will investigate the barley grass, when I have some of it. One more thing about bee pollen and honey: they disinfect wounds and help recovering from bacteria enormously. Having some of it around can give anybody a headstart in preventing infection, say in case of burns.

  2. It makes sense that bee pollen would work. I have often heard that eating some locally-made honey works on pollen allergies also. I just don't care for the taste of honey and I like all of the other vitamins and minerals that are also available in barley grass. Thanks for the comment.

  3. awesselius says:

    I also have pollen allergies (since my childhood) and had some severe conditions for years. Now, if I feel it coming, I use beepollen supplements. One spoon in the morning and one spoon just before sleep keeps it down at a comfortable situation. It can be mixed with muesli breakfast, but I prefer it just in the mouth and flush it away with some juice. I will try the Jade Greenzymes too and compare results accordingly.

  4. awesselius says:

    I agree, if it also works (partly or effectively enough). Bee pollen and honey are very nutrient and healthy too. I will investigate the barley grass, when I have some of it. One more thing about bee pollen and honey: they disinfect wounds and help recovering from bacteria enormously. Having some of it around can give anybody a headstart in preventing infection, say in case of burns.

  5. It makes sense that bee pollen would work. I have often heard that eating some locally-made honey works on pollen allergies also. I just don't care for the taste of honey and I like all of the other vitamins and minerals that are also available in barley grass. Thanks for the comment.

  6. awesselius says:

    I also have pollen allergies (since my childhood) and had some severe conditions for years. Now, if I feel it coming, I use beepollen supplements. One spoon in the morning and one spoon just before sleep keeps it down at a comfortable situation. It can be mixed with muesli breakfast, but I prefer it just in the mouth and flush it away with some juice. I will try the Jade Greenzymes too and compare results accordingly.

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