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For mild hayfever, eating local honey can help you to build immunity to local pollens. Try a teaspoon a day in hot water, with plain yoghurt, on porridge or even in a sandwich. You can find local honey in any nearby garden centre or farm shop.
Hayfever making your eyes itch and water? Once you've popped your antihistamine try placing cool cucumber over your poor old peepers to soothe them while your tablet takes effect.
Bitten to death by our creepy crawly friends? Aloe vera gel is fantastic for soothing those infuriating itches. It should help relieve swelling and redness faster too.
Stinging nettles are a common summertime hazard but the perfect remedy grows fortuitously close by. Scrunch up a big dock leaf and rub it gently into the affected area to relieve your stings.
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Painful sunburn? Cold milk is great for cooling down your ouchy red bits. Simply use cool milk and a flannel compress to relieve the burn.
This smelly remedy is an old and effective one. If you're the victim of a bee sting this summer, crush garlic into a paste and apply over the sting for fast relief.
Stung by a yellow and black beastie? Baking powder can help reduce swelling. Mix the powder into a paste with a little water and apply a coat over the affected area.
Visiting the beach this summer? For mild jellyfish stings try applying vinegar or hot water to calm the pain. If it's serious, make sure you consult a doctor.
Grated cucumber is great for cooling sunburned skin. Grate this watery vegetable into a pulp and gently rub it into your pink bits to prevent tenderness and peeling.
Avoid getting bitten altogether by burning citronella to deter the little blighters on long warm summer nights. You can buy citronella candles or simply add citronella essential oil to normal tea lights!