Definitions

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  • noun An allergy to grass and other pollen which causes cold symptoms in sufferers; hay fever.

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  • noun a seasonal rhinitis resulting from an allergic reaction to pollen

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Examples

  • Outcome data include nasal flow under hypnosis, pollinosis symptoms from diaries and retrospective assessments, restrictions in well-being and use of anti-allergic medication.

    Life of Brian:

  • Outcome data include nasal flow under hypnosis, pollinosis symptoms from diaries and retrospective assessments, restrictions in well-being and use of anti-allergic medication.

    Self-Hypnosis Effective On Hay Fever Symptoms

  • Retrospective VAS scores yielded significant improvements in year 1 in patients who had learned self-hypnosis: pollinosis symptoms -29.2 VAS score, range 0-100; SD 25.4; p

    Life of Brian:

  • Retrospective VAS scores yielded significant improvements in year 1 in patients who had learned self-hypnosis: pollinosis symptoms -29.2 VAS score, range 0-100; SD 25.4; p

    Self-Hypnosis Effective On Hay Fever Symptoms

  • A meta-analysis of homeopathic treatment of pollinosis with Galphimia glauca.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Double-blind trial comparing the effectiveness of the homeopathic preparation Galphimia potentisation D6, galphimia dilution 10-6 and placebo on pollinosis.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • A meta-analysis of homeopathic treatment of pollinosis with Galphimia glauca.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • The treatment of pollinosis with Galphimia glauca D4—a randomized placebo controlled clinical trial.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Double-blind trial comparing the effectiveness of the homeopathic preparation Galphimia potentisation D6, galphimia dilution 10-6 and placebo on pollinosis.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • The treatment of pollinosis with Galphimia glauca D4—a randomized placebo controlled clinical trial.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

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