Hay Fever

Hay Fever/Lung Scaring Asbestos/Tinnitus/Partial Deafness/Depression

"I no longer suffer from the short breathiness, or the uncomfortable feeling, which plagued me for over 6 years. My doctor said it was something I would have to live with"

Yeadon, Leeds



Hay Fever

I met Raj through work. I had recently started in my new job and had suddenly developed hay fever. I have never suffered for this before and I suspected it was brought on by new stressors and a quick shift in my life circumstancesI got prescribed eye drops from my doctor, which didn’t make me feel any better after following my GP’s advice. After talking to Raj in passing about it, he offered me some recommendations, I was sceptical at first and decided to finish what I had started with my doctor, but after Raj had explained how his treatments work and the idea behind it, I was then willing to give them a try. At this point, the hay fever had gotten worse, mainly affecting my eyes, not realising if it was the medication I was taking or it had just got worse.

Raj initially offered a water treatment which saw immediate affects, the irritation had passed for a few days and I felt more relaxed. The symptoms soon came back after, so Raj suggested I do the complete treatment, as this should get the route of the problem, and he explained how it worked and what sort of benefits I should be open on getting. After trying the treatment I saw an immediate difference and changes that are still ongoing.

I no longer have any hay fever symptoms, also I am finding myself calmer and more focused then I have ever been!

I felt that Raj was respectful throughout the whole process and took time to explain his methods and the story behind it. He was very understanding of the issues I had prior to the treatments and has been very supportive since. I had not tried anything like this before and as I said I was sceptical at first, however now knowing what I know and having experienced a real different in my life, this is something I would definitely do again should I need to. I should stress that for me, this is an ongoing change and development process, it’s important to have an open mind and to be open to self-awareness (trust me it helps), this should not be considered a quick fix, but an aid to facilitate change and growth and wellbeing.

I would recommend this to friends and family, and hope that other people could benefit from this as well.