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Monday, 16 April 2007
Hayfever Season Commences

Rapeseed field

This field of yellow Rapeseed marks the start of the hayfever season. They say that to minimise one’s hayfever one should partake of local honey, and this seems to have worked well for me for the past two or three years. According to a BBC programme:

  • Allergy cases are increasing by 5% each year.
  • Colder dry spells tend to make atopic eczema worse.
  • Allergic asthma is a condition associated with changing weather conditions.
Posted by bigblue on 16/04/2007 at 10:31 PM
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Well well well!  Local honey!  Where do you get it BB?

Posted by FinkAngel  on  17/04/2007  at  12:03 PM

There’s a place on Granville Road, Oxted (Limpsfield end) that sells some. You might be able to get some at Godstone Farm or Priory Farm (in Nutfield) too….
Various links here.

Posted by bigblue  on  17/04/2007  at  05:37 PM

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