Good for you Linda! Actually, you can use grade A maple syrup, the gradng doesn't affect the quality as much as the mineral and vitamin content in the syrup. I'm sure the one I use is grade A, but it's the only one I can even try to get ahold of where I live.
Allergies: Many people have found relief through just cleansing out their bodies. An allergy means just that, there is something in your body that is having an allergic reaction to the pollen, and cleansing toxins and other unnecessary stuff from your body can offer relief and even complete healing. I always recommend first thing that people do some sort of internal cleansing program when they begin to attack health issues.
Secondly, many have found that lavender and Roman Chammomile oils help relieve their allergies, as well as beginning to take MSM on a daily basis. If you choose to use any of those products, make sure they are reliable, non-toxic and completely natural. Contact me for more information if you like.
> Go for it Linda. You are certainly in MY
> prayers, I promise. I hope that it is
> bye-bye nose sprays this year, for you. If I
> get sneezey in the high pollen season, I
> spread a small amount of
> "Vaseline", or petroleum jelly,
> around my nostrils and I stop sneezing. The
> jelly is supposed to trap the pollen
> particles. It works for me, anyway.