Best thing I can think of is find some locally made honey. You get all sorts of small dose pollen from unfiltered natural honey. Hope that helps.
Lol, I don't know what I read there instead of honey in your op. I remember a product called ALJ that used to help me with my cedar allergies as
well. It was cheap, liquid or tablet, and the liquid even helped with my asthma. Tasted like lawn trimmings though.
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Bobaganoosh because: (no reason given)
Thanks, dear. Yes, I am using natural. local honey but it's not touching these pine allergies for some reason. Everything tastes like pine to me
right now, and all I do is sneeze, cough, and have a coating over my eyes...skin rash, too. To make matters worse, was treated for skin cancer last
year. Maybe the bees aren't into pines of late, or I have developed some kind of immunity...
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The only other thing I can suggest is a NIOSH 95 or better particulate respirator mask with exhale valve. I have allergies, and work in the dustiest
environment imaginable. But as long as I have my paper mask, I'm bulletproof.
I used to have plain old hay fever....and it was so bad that my teeth would vibrate when I sneezed...a friend of mine was playing cards with some
friends and they suggested taking Glucosamine....I know its for arthritis, but it worked on the hay fever....it takes a few days for it to build up
in your system, but it does work....its been 16 yrs now that I have been hay fever free. I tried the Glucosamine Sulfate version first, thats what
was in the house...it felt like a hole was filled if that makes any sense...
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