Olbas – the power to relieve hayfever Thursday 24 April 2008 PDF Print The warm weather may be on its way but not everyone is looking forward to those long hot days, for many, summer brings on a sense of dread. It means another season of runny noses and itchy eyes for hay fever sufferers - and their friends and family – to endure. If we alternated the contents our medicine cupboards with the seasons - as we do our wardrobes - it’s likely that come the summer months Olbas would be relegated. For anyone suffering from hay fever this could be a mistake. More often associated with making us feel better in the depths of mid-winter, herbal remedy Olbas can also offer relief from the congestion caused by pollen allergies. Unfortunately there is no cure for hay fever, but luckily the Olbas range of natural remedies can help. So think twice before you push it to the back of the cupboard when the sun comes out. Olbas is made with a combination of essential pure plant oils including Eucalyptus, Mint, Wintergreen and Cajuput, that can help relieve the bunged-up symptoms of hay fever. Put a few drops of Olbas Oil onto a tissue and inhale gently to find immediate relief. If your work colleagues are frustrated by your constant sniffing, ensure you have the Olbas Inhaler on hand to clear a stuffy nose or if your children are suffering use the gentle yet effective Olbas Oil for Children. These Olbas products are available from pharmacies, chemists and supermarkets nationwide. Prices start from £2.25. For further information about the Olbas range visit www.olbas.co.uk Ends For further information, photography or samples please contact Gemma Boyland or Jemma Watkins at Bray Leino T: 0117 973 1173 E: email@example.com This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Bray Leino in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Health, Leisure & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Environment & Nature, Travel, for more information visit https://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.