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#SneezeChat on Twitter with ACAAI, Dr. David Stukus and Nationwide Children’s

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  • Jen

    Interesting.  Learned something new – that local honey DOESN'T help with allergies.  There has been a honey craze in recent years and  I have heard local honey touted as a cure for so many allergy issues.

  • K8sMom2002

    Oh, if I had a nickel for every time some helpful someone said, "You know, you can fix your kid NATURALLY."

    My not so nice come back is, "Uh, yeah, hemlock is 100% NATURAL, and it's also 100% DEADLY."

    Okay, stuffing my horns and forked tail back in and digging out my very tarnished halo.  Back to polishing that halo again!

  • Katie D
    Jen posted:

    Interesting.  Learned something new – that local honey DOESN'T help with allergies.  There has been a honey craze in recent years and  I have heard local honey touted as a cure for so many allergy issues.

    Wow that is interesting!  As a beekeeper we eat a lot of honey, and I use it has a sweetener in many baked goods.  The response makes sense, as bees do mostly pollinate off of the flowers vs the trees, weeds and grasses. 

    Shower every night during height of pollen season, "otherwise you're sleeping in a pollen trap." I started doing this and it's helping me with my allergies.  Great tip!