I have Allergies and Need Relief

Dec 4, 2010 Read more: State Journal

I have had allergy tests and my allergy doctor tells me that I am allergic to everything "outside". He has prescribed several medications, but nothing seems to be working.

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Las Vegas, NV

#1 Dec 10, 2010
I feel for you so much, I had similar issues, then I found Nasal Filters they actually works in the nose to block most airborne particulates such as air borne allergens and pathogens from being inhaled. Perfect for ,asthma, allergy hay fever sufferers and anyone who wants to Breathe Cleaner Air!
If you want you to breathe easy without having to just take medications which can produce ill side effects nasal filters are virtually invisible when in use. And they will give you superior protection.
Nasal filters help to reduce the main airborne seasonal allergy symptoms, allergens dust mites, mold spores, reduce pollen counts, secondhand smoke in casinos, passive smoke in bars, COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and pet dander.
These nasal filters capture airborne particles and pollution as they are inhaled through the nose, but before they can cause an allergic reaction.

Mumbai, India

#2 Mar 2, 2011
Individuals should consume supplements of Vitamin E. The dosage should be around 400 mg per day. The supplements should be taken for six weeks.

Add a few drops of castor oil to a cup of water. Consume this on an empty stomach. This can prevent allergies to a great extent. Castor oil could also be added to fruit and vegetable juice. Intake Vitamin B5 in doses of 100 mg for a month. This provides quick relief.

Austin, TX

#3 Mar 9, 2011
There's a doctor in town that uses hormones and allergy drops. It might be worth a try since it's something different?

Since: Mar 11

New York

#4 Mar 22, 2011
Ever heard of "Defend Ol" ? My doctor told me to order them online for my allergies. He said it can take a while for it to start working, but that he knows many people whos allergies got cleared up from taking Defend Ol.

Today is my 2nd day and so far....well I guess I feel a little better...I just have to wait.


#5 Jun 2, 2011
I find some information about anti-allergic tab Zyrtec (Cetirizine) at http://cetirizine.biz There is description of side effects, dosage, using of this medicine. Hope it will be useful.

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