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Your Body’s Best Defense

Tips for dealing with allergies -Take a anti-histamine - Buy Chloraseptic Allergen Block ($15 for 150 applications, drugstore.com) is a clear gel you apply to the outside of your nostrils. "The gel attracts the particles and then traps them before they can enter your nose," says allergist Paul Ratner, M.D. -Allergy testing/shots

Throw away those OTC allergy meds and use essential oils!

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Clear the Throat of Mucus

Mucus is unpleasant, nasty, and sometimes stays with you for longer than expected. You'd rather get rid of it than let it run its course, but you don't really know how. Click the link for more information on how to clear your throat of phlegm and mucus. http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-the-Throat-of-Mucus

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No more Claritin, Allegra or other OTC allergy meds. You can also dab some lavender around the orbits of your eyes (careful, don't get too close to your eyeballs) to relieve itchy allergy eyes.

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Compare the price of LLP Lemon Lavender Peppermint to leading OTC allergy meds. And the oils have no nasty side effects!!!

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Seasonal Allergies and IBS: Things to Avoid in Allergy Meds

Seasonal Allergies and IBS: Things to Avoid in Allergy Meds - TheFitCookie.com