No, really! – A team led by an allergy expert at the University of East Anglia did a pilot study on a small group of hayfever sufferers.
They found that yoghurt seemed to help. They think this is becuase a bacteria in yoghurt stops the immune system from over reacting to pollen which is what causes the nasty associated symptoms of hayfever including sneezing, runny nose, itchy eyes face and throat.
So potentially great news for hayfever sufferers – it could be an affordable way to curb your hayfever symptoms.
It’s also soothing – if you have itchy throat associated with hayfever then a bowl of yoghurt might be calming.
User trials in 2004 and independent research in 2009 show HayMax works really well – read more about the research on our website here.
You can try HayMax as a mix and match alongside other ways of tackling hayfever symptoms for optimum results.
HayMaxTM Aloe Vera contains high quality Aloe Vera leaf juice powder which has soothing and skin repair properties, which might just help with that sore nose as well as trapping the pollen. The Lavender contained in HayMaxTM Lavender has been used for centuries for its calming properties. Why not keep a pot by the bed to stop the pollen and maybe help you to sleep at night, too?
Read more about the different varieties of HayMax here.