Clinical Trials showing the effectiveness of ingredients contained in SinusWars1 (Hayfever and Allergies Remedy)

September 27, 2012
Allergies/Hayfever, grass, allegen, homeopathy

Grasses

144 Allergy sufferers where selected for a random, double blind-placebo controlled clinical trial in 1986 to identify the effects of Homeopathic Remedies containing Mixed Grass Pollen 30C (1986) by a hospital based in Glasgow, Scotland (Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital, with the assistance of the Department of Bacteriology and Immunology of Glasgow University).

The individuals that were randomly selected needed to have one common item; Seasonal rhinitis (Hayfever) that had persisted for two years or more. Numerous individual which made up the 144 were selected to have the placebo, on a double blind basis whilst others were given variations of twelve diverse species of grasses found in the United Kingdom.

Daily pollen counts were also identified during this study to negate any outside influences.

The results showed positive improvement:

  • Patients given the Homeopathic formulation containing any of the 12 diverse grasses showed a faster reduction of allergy symptoms.
  • The need for antihistamines to alleviate symptoms decreased by 50%

All these findings are according to the report published, “the observed effects of homeopathic treatment are a contemporary statement of an empirical puzzle in its third century and represents a confusing challenge to orthodox scientific models’.

Results of these findings can be found in the British Medical Associations official Journal ‘The Lancet’, under the following title ‘Is Homeopathy a Placebo Response? Controlled Trial of Homeopathic Potency with Pollen in Hayfever’ and helps ascertain the effectiveness of ingredients found in the SinusWars1, Hayfever and Allergies Remedy found online at http://www.sinuswars.com/remedies/SinusWars1.asp


Spring is here but so are allergies

June 30, 2010

The sun is shining and you feel miserable once again. You have a constantly running nose, you have itchy watery eyes and the Sneezing never stops. Well it seems to be that time of the year when indeed, Mother Nature strikes again and it’s “Allergy Season”.

Allergies often occur when the immune system mistakes unharmful substances (allergens) as harmful to your body. In order to protect the body, your immune system produces IgE antibodies to that allergen, these antibodies then cause certain cells in the body to release chemicals into the bloodstream causing an allergic reaction.

The main cause for why a person becomes sensitive to some foreign substances is still not fully understood. The problem usually runs in the family with relatives who suffer from the same or relating conditions and also some non hereditary issues.

Allergies also tend to act up when you are stressed, suffering from anxiety or when you feel emotional. You first have an allergy attack, on top of that you have to deal with the stress of everyday work, home and study and then the next day your symptoms are worse because of it!

It is not uncommon for people to complain of stress making allergies worst or longer lasting especially the next day when the effects of stress lingers.

Common symptoms of allergies (which all of us who have allergies know about) include sneezing, itchiness in the nose, eyes, throat and skin, post nasal drip, dark circles under the eyes and even asthmatic symptoms like coughing, noisy breathing and a tight chest.

Doctors diagnose you by first going through your medical history and then by performing various skin allergy tests and/or a blood test.

To treat these allergies, besides the medication that your doctor gives you, you can also do a bit by following a few of these tips:

  • When mowing the lawn or dusting the furniture in your home wear a face mask to protect your nose and mouth from pollen and dust.
  • Mildew is another cause of allergies; rid the home of this by keeping outdoor plants instead of indoor plants.
  • Pets are lovable but can also cause allergies because of the dander that they shed, so wash your pets regularly.
  • Wash weekly and alternate your pillows, blankets and clothing to minimize dust mites. You can also protect your mattress and pillows from dust mites and dust by covering them in plastic cloth.
  • Minimize stress by making use of a few relaxation techniques such as doing yoga, stretching often, meditating and breathing exercises.
  • Watch the news to stay informed when pollen counts are high. During these times stay indoors and try to keep windows and doors closed.
  • If you have any food allergies make it a habit to read food labels for things that you are allergic to.
  • Try to use an air conditioner, air filters and/or a dehumidifier in your home and car.

Alternative treatment for allergies

IF YOU SUFFER FROM ALLERGIES THEN SinusWars1 IS YOUR ANSWER!!!

SinusWars1 helps your body fight against many different allergens that range from dust, pollen and grass to mold, pets and wheat. A range of doctors and experts have formulated the revolutionary SinusWars1 to combat all types of allergies. This formula is unique in that it not only treats the presenting allergy symptoms but stimulates your immune system so that it no longer overacts when it encounters an allergen. By treating your allergies, SinusWars1 also addresses any underlying sinusitis problems.

To find out more about SinusWars1 click here

Happy Spring!

SinusWars LLC