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A Girl in a Wildflower Meadow Looking at Echinacea FlowersThe Hayfever season is here, causing misery and uncomfortable symptoms for millions of people who react to an increased concentration of pollens from flowers, plants and grasses in the air we breathe. It doesn't have to be a time to dread.
Hayfever affects millions of people every year. Guest medical herbalist Emma Barker writes about taking a multi-faceted preventive approach harnessing nature's medicinal larder of power, anti-inflammatory herbs from camomile to nettles.