1. Sol Maurin at |

    Every day, glands in the lining of your nose, throat, airways, stomach, and intestinal tract produce about 1 to 2 quarts of mucus — a thick, wet substance that moistens these areas and helps trap and destroy foreign invaders like bacteria and viruses before they can get into your body and cause infection. Normally, you don’t notice the mucus from your nose because it mixes with saliva and drips harmlessly down the back of your throat to be swallowed gradually and continuously throughout the day.,

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  2. Sona Grengs at |

    antihistamines do work for my post nasal drip but i am still looking for a good natural antihistamines that works like Chlorphenamine and Hydroxyzine.-

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  3. Elisabeth Mogan at |

    Post nasal drip is really annoying. What you can only do about it is just take some anti-histamines to control the mucus. *:*”;

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  4. Lois Kubota at |

    I’m sure that 90% of what ails all of us is food related and when I learned about the LEAP program through Jennifer’s tele-seminar I knew I had to do it. I had my blood and urine tested and I was surprised at the number of foods I am sensitive to. I am at the second point of the program where I start to reintroduce foods and I have to say the brain fogginess has lifted. I don’t have stomach issues, everything is “in the head” for me. What a relief. Everyone blames the brain fog on menopause but I think differently now.


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