1. Gwen at |

    Ok, call me a total neophyte, but what do you DO with this tincture once you have it? Do you ingest it or use it topically where the acne is? This is all very interesting, but it’s only half the story.

  2. Al Sperow at |

    For the most part, antihistamines are safe. Having said that, antihistamines can have side effects which, if the antihistamine is not properly administered, can be serious. The truth is, all medications have side effects. Some are mild, as in the case of an aspirin, unless you have stomach ulcers or aspirin sensitivity and others are more serious such as the side effects from chemotherapy, but for the most part, antihistamine side effects are fairly mild. The newest antihistamines are probably about the safest medications that there are. But there are differences between the various antihistamines and their side effects.;

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  3. Rey Niedzwiedz at |

    Allergic symptoms can be produced in body in the form of sneezing, itching, runny nose and watery eyes. These tendencies can be produced in our body by different reasons. The prime responsible factor can be narrated as a sudden exposure to a changed environment condition which can’t be tolerated by our body and thus some chemical changes and reactions are carried out which produce histamine, a chemical that increases the sensitivity of our body and generates many allergic tendencies that are mentioned above. So we should go through the proper use of an anti allergic drug that can work effectively to come over these bothering factors. Zyrtec is discovered as the potent healer from these irritations. ‘

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  4. Preston Strasburg at |

    anti-allergy medications are really helpful when i have severe allergy attacks.’

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  5. Jerrod Homma at |

    i really hate acne because it can hurt you emotionally and they can also leave emotional scars..

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  6. Fred Basemore at |

    Seasonal allergy is not always a problem since you can take some OTC antihistamines to manage its symptoms. ,

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  7. Barney Caughell at |

    Acne is really a debilitating disease both on the physical and psychological aspects. It can scar the confidence of a person. –

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  8. Lawrence Partin at |

    Seasonal allergy can be treated by antihistamines and anti-allergy medications. I always take hydroxyzine to stop the sneezing. ;:.;:

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  9. Lisa at |

    Elizabeth’s Essentials – http://elizabethessentials.com/ – has thyme oil in some of her essential oil blends.

    I’ve used the Rapid Relief, the Immushield (kept me well all winter!) and Immuair. And, I love them all and have recommended them to all my friends.

    I don’t work for her, but your post on thyme oil reminded me of her work.


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