The warm days and cooler nights of August can trigger many feelings: a wistfulness that summer is ending, eagerness over the impending start of the school year (sometimes parents more than students), and the runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezes that signal seasonal allergies.
Ragweed is the most frequent cause of late summer and fall rhinitis. According to WebMD, climate change has acted to extend the ragweed season an additional four weeks beyond long-term averages. Any allergy sufferer would welcome unique gifts to help them breathe easier during this time.
The Sinus Relief System is a medication-free means of clearing nasal passages. The system uses the same principles as the traditional Indian neti pot. The device delivers a gentle, low-pressure stream of saline solution to irrigate sinuses, removing impurities and irritants in the process.
Prevention is worth a pound of cure, and cleaner air means fewer allergy symptoms. The Mold and Germ Destroying Air Purifier eliminates up to 99% of airborne bacteria, mold, viruses, pet dander, dust mite allergens, and of course, pollen. The purifier uses natural convection to draw airborne impurities into its ceramic heating chamber, then releases cleansed air into the room. It will quietly and efficiently scrub the air in a room up to 650 sq. ft. in about four hours. You’ll enjoy the unique gifts of allergy relief and better sleep.
For travelers, this pocket-sized purifier uses a technology similar to that used by NASA on the space shuttle. Ultraviolet light inside the device combines with a nickel catalyst to reduce airborne allergens, bacteria, mold, and odor-causing volatile organic compounds. It cleans up to 175 sq. ft., making it perfect for hotel rooms as well as automobiles. It makes a great unique gift for any sniffling road warrior.
So pack away the tissues and try these natural remedies for sweet sinus relief. The nose knows you need it.