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Hay Fever

Terrel L. Shields

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Ugh if it doesn't rain mid afternoon, we are going to knock down 24 acres of orchardgrass and teffgrass. crossing my fingers, chance of rain is supposed to go away by tomorrow (30% then) and have 4 or 5 days of dry weather for a change...I'm sick of rain frankly. We'd had rain 4 of the first seven days of July. 4 rains is about the average for July total.
 

Elliott

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Don't have hay fever, but have heard from those who do, this helps. Don't use tap water (bacteria).

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Terrel L. Shields

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this helps. Don't use tap water (bacteria).
boil it.
You can use baking soda (2 tsp) and 4 of salt with a pint of water and snort it, preferably while showering because you tend to blow it all over. Very temporary relief. I clog up at night. My right eye is matted over and my ears are sloshing. Bump the walls down the hall one night recently. Yep, we are trying to cut hay again.
 

Terrel L. Shields

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850 bales of very good hay. Since no seed heads and less pollen the baling went better and not so much sinus issues...but my arthritis is on fire, hip, shoulders and back. I am little old to be bucking bales (had a little problem with the stack falling, but got it all in) and looks very good. Best hay in years and anxious to get the test results back.
 

jay trotta

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Don't do any hay, but the pollen count here was double what is normal for the beginning of the month, same result; ears plugged, limited breathing and doing nasal spray and anti-histerical pills
 

RPA

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California
Flonase a steroid nasal spray is available over the counter now. It has helped me in the past. It's not a nose opener it is a once a day med that helps lower irritation. Good luck. I used it a lot bucking hay.
 
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