What Works Fighting Seasonal Allergies

Like clockwork, it’s the time of year for allergies.  Nasal drip and congestion, sneezing, watery eyes, coughing, sinus pressure, difficulty breathing and skin rashes.  Not fun. 

You can choose an over the counter drug like Allegra, Claritin, Clarinex, or Zyrtec which are common antihistamines or you can choose an effective supplement like D-Hist without any side effects or harm to the liver.   We have offered D-Hist for many years and it works.  It is a combo of flavinoids, antioxidants and herbal botanicals to support the immune system.  This is a smart, safe, effective way to deal with the symptoms of environmental allergies. 

Or, you can start early to build your immune system to prevent the allergies from even happening but this means eating healthy and taking a couple of B vitamins.  Try pantothenic acid and niacinamide starting in early April or before and see if this prevents the annoying seasonal allergies.  Depending on the body size and the severity of symptoms try at least 100mg of each B vitamin or preferably 250mg of each.  B vitamins are water soluble so you don’t have to worry about overdosing.  This will support your adrenal gland which supports your immune system.

If you try D-Hist typical results are achieved in a week or less when taking the recommended loading dose.  Maintenance dose is 2 or more per day.  You won’t experience any drowsiness with D-Hist.  If you prefer a liquid, please ask for Aller Ease by Buried Treasure.  Or try eucalyptus or peppermint essential oil applied to the side of the nose, inhaled or diffused.   

Eliminating refined sugar and carbs in your diet may also reduce allergy symptoms.  Ask for assistance in our Natural Living department if you need guidance. 

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