Weleda has relaunched it’s popular all-natural Rhinodoron Nasal Spray just as the Royal College of General Practitioners reports that the number of patients visiting their doctor with severe hayfever symptoms has soared five-fold in the past few weeks.
The number seeking help from their GP for debilitating symptoms of the allergy has soared between May and June. It is the third consecutive year that Britons have seen a peak in the hayfever season in June and July instead of the more typical spring months. According to the RCGP the number of people seeing their doctor about their hayfever in England and Wales shot up from just over 5,000 in May to 27,620 at the beginning of June. By comparison, this time last year, the figure was about 12,000.
With temperatures set to soar into the 80s for a brief period next week, things are likely to deteriorate further. Allergy UK reported that for many sufferers symptoms are worse than ever. With all the rain interspersed with sunny spells, the grass has been growing rapidly which increases the pollen in the air. Recent high winds are the dispersing the pollen over wide areas.
For those that suffer with allergic rhinitis, help is at hand with Rhinodoron (see attached press release). This product is genuinely natural and, unlike many conventional nasal sprays, can be used repeatedly and safely over protracted periods, to soothe sore noses.
Rhinodoron Nasal Spray(£6.50 for a compact 20ml bottle that you can pack in your flight bag) keeps nasal passages moist when the air is dry, such as in air-conditioned planes, airports, hotels and cruise ships. And when you get to your holiday destination, Rhinodoron can also help to soothe any irritation or soreness caused by chlorinated water in the swimming pool.
Designed to ease the misery of allergic rhinitis, Rhinodoron helps clear blocked, stuffy noses by gently flushing out dust or pollens in the air that prompt the itchy, congested feeling. Rhinodoron can help remove these culprits from the nose, and soothe irritation. It’s great for any dry desert environment if you are venturing to exotic places, even if you don’t regularly suffer from hayfever.
The little pump action spray contains soothing aloe vera gel for a long-lasting moisturising effect. This desert plant collects moisture in its large leaves, storing it in a soothing gel. Weleda’s aloe vera is grown organically in Southern Spain using biodynamic methods to ensure top quality and purity.
So it won’t aggravate the mucous membranes - unlike some astringent nasal sprays which initially clear the nose offering some relief, but then dry the nasal passages so weakening our natural defences.
When our nostrils dry out, the nasal hairs stick together becoming dry and crusty, and trapping bacteria and allergens - resulting not only in irritation but potentially also infection. Rhinodoron’s unique combination of isotonic salt solution together with aloe vera helps prevent this happening.
The isotonic salt solution in Weleda’s new Rhinodoron Nasal Spray is skilfully formulated to be compatible with our own natural physical make-up. Sodium and potassium chloride are important natural components of human bodily fluids. Rhinodoron contains pure distilled water plus sodium and potassium chloride in a concentration that exactly matches the concentration found in the body, so the solution is well tolerated by the mucous membranes, even in an irritated nose.
A spray system keeps Rhinodoron sterile throughout the life of the product. This neat device contains a special valve and filter system, protecting the contents from microbial contamination.
Rhinodoron can be used safely over protracted periods, and is also useful for young children (over 3 months) to clear a congested or uncomfortable nose and gently ease breathing. Rhinodoron is also safe to use during pregnancy and breast feeding.
To counter the drying blast of air-conditioning on your face during the flight, protect your skin and lips with Calendula Weather Protection Cream (£7.95 30ml). This nourishing balm is genuinely natural, and free from synthetic ingredients or artificial additives of any kind.
From independent health stores and pharmacies or mail order from Weleda Direct on 0115 944 8222 or the website www.weleda.co.uk for home shoppers.