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Updated 04 November 2016

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Recent studies on the effect of non-drug interventions on hay fever indicate that salt water can help control hay fever by washing away pollen grains that cause nasal allergies that result in hay fever and chronic rhinitis.

Salt water can aid and restore the normal clearance of mucus, which is very important for the normal functioning of the nose.

Read more about preventing allergies.

 
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