A second study about HayMax by the National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit (NPARU) in 2012 showed that HayMax™ traps cats dander and house dust mite as well as grass, tree and weed pollen. You can read more about the study and other product trials on our website here.
The respected website Foods Matter explores complimentary approaches to allergies. The website features this second NPARU study about HayMax™ in its latest news section. HayMax™ is an ideal thing to use to help if you have pollen allergies, or allergies to pollen, or if you’re allergic to pollen.
If you do suffer from hay fever then you’ll be familiar with the things that come along with it: a hay fever cough, hay fever eyes and other unwanted allergy symptoms. This is where HayMax™ can help. HayMax™ tackles the cause of hayfever: by trapping pollen it helps you to have less of a reaction as there’s less pollen inside your body to make you sneeze or be itchy.
It works in the same way as a natural hayfever spray or another blocker like Vaseline – but it’s much more pleasant to use than Vaseline: far less greasy and it smells nice too! A natural hayfever spray forms a barrier to pollen and so does HayMax™, though it’s slightly less invasive as you use HayMax™ on your skin and not in your nose.
HayMax™ is not a treatment for rhinitis but it can help block the root cause of hayfever (pollen) from getting to you as much and therefore hopefully you will find that your reaction is significantly lessened. A recent NPARU trial found that HayMax™ traps more than a third of pollen: this could take a sufferer from the equivalent of being in a high pollen count to the equivalent of being in a moderate pollen count. That could be a significant improvement for many people with hayfever.