Pollen Allergies? Hay Fever?
When conditions are right, a plant starts to pollinate. Weather affects how much pollen is carried in the air each year, but it has less effect when pollination occurs. As a rule, weeds pollinate in late summer and fall. The weed that causes 75 percent of all hay fever is ragweed, which has numerous species. One ragweed plant is estimated to produce up to 1 billion pollen grains. Other weeds that cause allergic reactions are cocklebur, lamb's quarters, plantain, pigweed, tumbleweed or Russian thistle and sagebrush. To fully eliminate pollen, we highly recommend using a combination of the products below to insure the riddance of all pollen spores through out your home.
Step 1. Obtain either a HEPA air purifier to help filter your air from pollen or use ClearAir the better alternative.
HEPA air purifiers and Living Air purifiers help eliminate airborne pollen spores CleanAir exterminates them..
Step 2. Use a HEPA Vacuum Cleaner, because vacuuming with High Efficiency Particulate Absolute (HEPA) filter vacuums can reduce pollen spore concentrations in carpets.
Step 3. You could also add a furnace filter, for pollen or hayfever control because they are permanent, washable furnace filters that assist in cleaning the air in your entire house. Remember that the furnace filter can only do part of the job- you need to purify the air in your house to really get the pollen allergies under control.