Fight Seasonal Allergies the Natural Way!

Posted on: April 1st, 2014 by carepro
Seasonal allergies natural remedy D-Hist

Seasonal allergies got you down? Try Natural D-Hist: all the relief without the grogginess of many common OTC allergy medications.

Spring has arrived, and pollen counts are on the rise in the Eastern Iowa. Chances are you may already be struggling with allergy symptoms.

Many allergy symptoms are caused by the release of histamine, a chemical that triggers inflammation when your body is irritated by dust, pollen or other allergens. Histamine makes your blood vessels dilate and become leaky, which leads to watery eyes, runny nose, scratchy throat and other annoying (and painful!) symptoms. Histamine also stimulates the secretion of mucus and constricts your airways, making it hard to breath.

Thankfully, Natural D-Hist can help you manage your allergies the natural way. Check out these 3 ways Natural D-Hist can help you enjoy spring and summer again:

  • One product does it all: Natural D-Hist can help relieve a variety of allergy symptoms. It acts as an antihistamine, decongestant and anti-inflammatory all in one product. No more lugging multiple pill bottles just to feel human!
  • It’s proactive: Natural D-Hist blocks the release of histamine and makes mucus thinner so it can be cleared more easily. Many people who take it notice that their symptoms improve within 24 hours of taking their first dose.
  • No weird side effects: Allergy medicines can make you feel groggy and tired. Natural D-Hist is all natural. It doesn’t hide your symptoms by doping you up- it can prevent them from occurring in the first place.

You have a choice between expensive over-the-counter treatments that mask your symptoms or a natural product that can help treat and  prevent them. If you or someone you know suffers from seasonal allergies, try Natural D-Hist. It’s available at CarePro Advance Health and CarePro Pharmacy locations in 10 count boxes or 120 count bottles. Natural D-Hist for kids is also available!

How can you tell if the pollen count is high? Visit www.pollen.com to determine the pollen count in your area.

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