Hayfever is an incredibly common disorder that normally occurs from roughly the beginning of spring right through the summer months, most are familiar with the primary symptoms: watery itchy eyes, runny nose and sore throat.
Most people will take some kind of anti-histamine medication to deal with this condition. These may work temporarily but all too often their effectiveness begins to reduce or side effects such as drowsiness may make them unpleasant and dangerous.
Fortunately there are a number of natural remedies that offer potentially greater longer-term effectiveness, with fewer side effects.
Chronic fatigue syndrome sufferers often display disordered immune function, which has been cited as a major factor driving this condition. So it follows that normalising immune function may greatly improve the health of those with this disorder. The mushroom coriolus versicolor may be just the solution for this purpose, as it has demonstrated a capacity to help in the restoration of normal immune balance.
Normal immunity switches between what’s called TH1 (cell mediated immunity) and TH2 (antibody mediated immunity) during the course of the day. TH1 during the day, and TH2 at night. This natural balance works well to keep the body healthy.