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The UK Pollen Count

Your 5-day pollen forecast updated daily

This free A.Vogel app for iPhone and Android gives you daily information on the latest pollen in the air during the hayfever season.

The pollen forecast can be viewed using your GPS location or you can choose from around 350 different locations in the UK.

We show pollen forecasts for tree, grass and weed pollen.

In "My location" you can determine which locations you wish to continue viewing the forecast for.

The app also includes the option to find your nearest stockist of Pollinosan, the A.Vogel solution for hayfever. Just press and call your local store. Download the app!



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  • Fazal's photo avatar
    Fazal — 20.06.2017 03:37
    Hello everyone . I will sugest you some tips to save you from polen . I had hayfever alot from last cople of years then i started study about polen . The tips are you can save yourself . Try to putt vesiline on you nose and inside of nose polen will stick out of nose butt never make you feel eaching or sneezing . 2 tips try to put full sleves shirt in sumer will help you a lot . Thanks


    • rachel's photo avatar
      rachel — 20.06.2017 16:30
      Hi Fazal Thank you for these great tips!


  • Patty's photo avatar
    Patty — 19.06.2017 09:46
    I am really suffering today.. Just going out to the garden I feel like I have a cold but I know it is hayfever. In my country Guatemala we don't have this amount of pollen. I love the sun however not the allergies. Patty


    • Rachel's photo avatar
      Rachel — 19.06.2017 13:25
      Hi Patty Sorry to hear that you are struggling with the hayfever. You could try asking at your local herb store to see if they do anything for hayfever. Unfortunately, our hayfever range is not available where you are, sorry.


  • Kate - Registered Nurse's photo avatar
    Kate - Registered Nurse — 15.06.2017 18:22
    Had the worst ever onset of hayfever to memory last night, didn't step a wink & consequently lost a days work today. Prescription meds not working, so started on Benadryl decongestants this morning & my symptoms are much more controlled. I'm also using Otrivine eye drops which sting a like at first, but are effective.


    • rachel's photo avatar
      rachel — 16.06.2017 15:06
      Hello Kate, The hayfever symptoms seem to be affecting people a lot this year. I am glad that symptoms are under control. You could look at Vitamin C as well as this has natural antihistamine activity in the body and there is some evidence that it can help control hay fever symptoms .


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