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|12-10-2010 02:13 AM|
|greencleaning||Hay fever is a misnomer. Hay is not a usual cause of this problem, and it does not cause fever. Early descriptions of sneezing, nasal congestion, and eye irritation while harvesting field hay promoted this popular term. Allergic rhinitis is the correct term used to describe this allergic reaction, and many different substances cause the allergic symptoms noted in hay fever.|
|02-22-2010 12:58 PM|
Originally Posted by Coloradocarpetcleaner View Post
Sounds like useful stuff. I'm wondering if any acid that strong wouldn't denature the allergen.
|01-14-2010 07:18 PM|
|Coloradocarpetcleaner||Their is a carpet cleaning supply company in Colorado named Master Blend that makes a product that will denature dust and pet allergens for about 6 months. I have carpet cleaning clients in Broomfield Colorado that love this chemical. They can exist with their pets.|
|11-30-2009 06:36 AM|
Know More About Allergic Rhinitis
An oversensitive immune system is usually cited for the occurrence of allergic rhinitis. Take note that the immune system is your shield against harmful and ailment-causing viruses and bacteria. In some people, immune systems react violently to substances or allergens that are not generally harmful or disease-causing.
The most common and primary cause of allergic rhinitis is allergy to pollen. Pollens are very fine and powder-like substances produced by seed plantsí anthers. Allergic rhinitis can be similar to allergic reactions exhibited in some people by allergies to animal dander, inhaled allergens, mold and dust.
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