That time of the year again (Hay-fever Edition):

How these serene items may help with the symptoms of Hay-fever:

It is Spring in 2021. The Government eases the restrictions; everyone can finally go out, where they can be with friends, reconnect with family members and enjoy the wonderful greenery London can offer. However, Spring is also when the infamous hay fever starts to affect the daily lives of millions of people living in London. Having a runny or a blocked nose is a symptom that everyone knows all too well. Hay fever is usually worse in humid, warm and windy conditions, especially between March and September when the pollen count during those months is at the peak.

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen, typically when it comes in contact with your mouth, nose, eyes and throat. Pollen is a fine powder from plants.

There are potentially several ways to treat hay fever and go back to a feeling of serenity and have a peaceful mindset, and here is a few of them that may help alleviate a few problems.

Pure 100% Beeswax candles

The candles made of beeswax, a natural wax produced by honey bees; beeswax is also one of the main constituents used to build honeycombs. After cleaning the beeswax, the beeswax is re-processed to create candles. Lighting the candles has several benefits; they neutralise pollutants; when burned, the candles produce negative ions that eliminate odours, moulds, and dust. This may lead to easier breathing and ease to allergic reactions such as hay fever. Beeswax candles are safer to use than generic paraffin candles as they do not drip when lit, avoiding burns from burning candles.

There are several uses of beeswax candles, such as burning the candle thirty minutes before sleeping; this may lead to clearing the air to improve sleep. To take the odour away, you can light the candle to take away the smell.


Pure, raw, local honey, a nutritious, sweet and health-giving condiment, has delivered happiness for thousands of years. Pure honey may help with some of the symptoms people experience when being affected by hay fever. High quality, raw and local honey has antiseptic qualities, which has been known to help treat a sore throat, and it can ease the feeling of having a blocked nose, a cough and even a sore throat.

Bring the Serenity Home!

Millions of people are affected by hay fever; a little local honey and burning beeswax candles can potentially help with hay fever symptoms and hopefully help you find a little bit more serenity.

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