Call a halt to your hayfever with the Qu-chi Acupressure Band.
The trees have blossom, the daffodils are growing and it won’t be long before the grass needs cutting! That can only mean the hayfever season is coming. Be prepared this year with the original Qu-chi acupressure band. Since launching my invention about nine years ago i have been astounded by the media coverage, testimonials, reviews and sales of this little miracle band and this is just the beginning. Big Qu-chi hayfever band news coming in 2016!!!
Qu-Chi Acupressure Band tip..
Why do I get #Hayfever when its raining?
On rainy days the pollen count is generally lower because rain washes the pollen out of the air and the plants prefer to release their pollen into the air on a sunny warm day.
However, if it is raining whilst being humid, then the humidity in the air around can make pollen grains burst open, releasing a high density of pollen grains into the surrounding air.
So even if it’s pouring down outside, its still a good idea to wear your Qu-chi Acupressure Band. Also remember to take extra care whilst driving, not just because of the rain but if you have hayfever your concentration may not be as good as it normally is.
Thanks for your emails, testimonials and photos of your QU-CHI Acupressure band! We have been helping people fight the symptoms of #Hayfever for 8 years now and really appreciate all your wonderful comments!
With the Original hayfever acupressure band you can now enjoy your Summer the natural way! No more Runny noses, itchy eyes or headaches.
Our little miracle bands provide Drug free fast acting relief from hay fever 24 hours a day.
Qu-chi acupressure band #Hayfever tip:
The Qu-Chi Band can be worn all day and night. The most important times of the day are in the morning and after 4pm!
The warm and humid conditions bring a high pollen count. Grass pollen – which affects 95 per cent of hay fever sufferers – is particularly bad at this time of year, with pollen counts highest in the early morning and after 4.00pm. In southern and central regions the temperatures are warm enough that pollen is currently being released all night, says NetWeather. “The risk will be lowest during the middle of the day in the hottest areas because grasses close their flowers at temperatures over 28 degrees celsius.”
Rylan Clark from ITV’s This Morning was wearing a qu-chi hayfever band today whilst presenting outside on a high pollen day!