If you don't want to take medication for allergies, there is a sweet alternative.
Honey is known to help with seasonal allergies.
Many people blame all the pollen for their runny nose or itchy and watery eyes.
Wallace Arnold bottles his own honey and says there are small amounts of pollen in the honey which helps build up a person's tolerance to the pollen.
"I think the reason it helps peoples allergies is because they are eating some of the pollen some of it not a whole lot," said Wallace Arnold, bee keeper.
Arnold says honey can also be rubbed on cuts to help them heal.
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