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Q/A: Pollen Allergy by Dr. Wilson

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  Q. Help! The pollen is so bad this year. What can I do for the allergy symptoms?   A. I find different remedies work for different people. Some respond very well to the use of Neti Pot to deliver passive (not forceful) saline irrigations that remove pollen from the nasal passages.   Avoidance of […]

QuikMed Allergy Facts

* An estimated 40-50 million Americans are estimated to suffer from allergies. * About 15% of the population will need to seek medical help for the treatment of their allergies. * Outdoor mold counts are at their highest in the cooler darker hours prior to sunset. * The moderately high annual rainfall of Western North […]

QuikMed Hay Fever Facts

  * Hay fever consists of a group of allergic symptoms that are caused by pollen. It is also called Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis, to differentiate it from year-round or Perennial Allergic Rhinitis, caused from dust, dust mites, molds, and animal danders.   * Outdoor pollen counts are at their highest level of the day between […]

Mold Allergy: Facts and Treatment

By Connie Wilson, RN   If you are allergic to molds, you will need to familiarize yourself with molds-how to identify them, how to eliminate or reduce them in your environment, and the treatment of mold allergy.   Mold is a living plant and a member of the Fungi family. Mold spores are not visible […]

Alternative Treatment for Hay Fever


by Dr. John L. Wilson, Jr.   An estimated 40 to 50 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergy to pollen, commonly referred to as hay fever. Tree pollens predominate in the spring, grass pollens in the late spring, continuing through late summer and fall, when weed pollens predominate. Watery, itchy, red eyes; runny nose; itchy […]