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Surviving springtime allergy season naturally; without all the side effects.

Surviving springtime allergy season naturally; without all the side effects. The watery eyes, sneezing, hacking, coughing, and misery that comes with spring are in full bloom. If you suffer from allergies courtesy of pollen, mold and many of the other things in the air as the warmer weather arrives, we have some good news for you. You have some great natural choices that do not have the side effects of Sudafed or many of the other prescription or nonprescription drugs. Years ago, my go to was Sudafed, which worked; sort of, but kept me up at night and left me Read More »

Vitamin D deficiency and you; more people are deficient than previously thought says a new study.

Vitamin D deficiency and you; more people are deficient than previously thought says a new study. Vitamin D is naturally produced by the body when we are in the sun but is it enough, especially now as most of us have been told to avoid extreme exposure to the sun and use sunscreens. For many years, milk has been fortified with vitamin D but it still may not be enough. “Vitamin D provides us with some pretty essential things that manage our health, such as regulation of calcium, phosphorus absorption, strengthening of our bones and teeth, and even bolstering of Read More »

Hay Fever? Sneezing uncontrollably? Maybe it is time to try Seasonal IC from Integrative Therapeutics

Hay Fever? Sneezing uncontrollably? Maybe it is time to try Seasonal IC from Integrative Therapeutics. A while ago, Integrative Therapeutics sent me a sample of Seasonal IC for allergy symptoms. We carry their natures way Nettle which is great for relieving allergy symptoms naturally and affordably, but not so good when an allergy attack comes on suddenly unless you take quite a few of them. This past week, we decided to stock Integrative Therapeutics Seasonal IC after I had some acute allergy symptoms that I required quite a few nettle tablets for to calm it down. At first, I was Read More »