Would you like to weed out hayfever before it begins?


It is possible with homeopathic medicine.

Read on for release…


JUST TWO DAYS of taking homeopathic medicines in the first half of February (before the pollen season begins) pre-empts the onset of hayfever and tamps down this kind of immune system over-reaction by an average of 70% in the first year.

Repeated over two or three years in succession, this protocol effectively has you well on your way to properly weeding out your long-term over-sensitivity to the great outdoors – and living without your usual symptoms and not needing to use regular anti-histamines, nasal sprays, eye drops, pollen blocks, and packs and packs of tissues…

IF needed during the summer that follows, a symptom- or pollen-specific remedy used just two or three times will keep symptoms well and truly at bay.



£12.00 per individual

£15 per couple or whole household


Act now - Call 07521 384280 or email sjhomeopath@gmail.com



Past patients’ comments:

"I've been meaning to write to you for weeks. My lack of hayfever this year has been awesome, thanks to you. I simply have no or v little symptoms. I have taken the top-up of [remedy name removed] twice and that has worked; I am cycling loads and feel sooo much better, less tired and blocked up. Thank you so much."

Mr MH, Rousdon  [56 year old man presenting with a mix of symptoms, of which hay fever and asthma were only two.]


“Really good result – I can go for a long walk with the dog wherever I like now without feeling under siege from things like rape seed, timothy grass and the other culprits.”

Mrs JH, East Devon 


“It’s amazing – it worked so well. My hayfever is at its worst in autumn, particularly clearing up in the garden, but that’s completely sorted now. Thank you.”

Mrs SH, East Devon


“As a life-long sufferer – and I mean lifelong – and working as a tree surgeon – I can’t tell you how much of a difference this has made to me. My mum used to wake me throughout primary school every day of the summer with an anti-histamine to take so that I could do normal things like play footie or ride my bike without going blind and drowning in my own snot. Now I rarely even think of using an anti-histamine, don’t look like a red-eyed, wet-nosed panda all summer, and I can lie on grass without coming out in a rash half an hour later. My partner is also very happy about this.”

Mr SA, Exeter