Do you have hay fever?
Suffer with Seasonal allergies?
Of Americans who have hay fever, 75 percent have a ragweed allergy.
Ragweed starts blooming in mid-August and the pollen released from ragweed is responsible for most late summer and early fall hay fever symptoms. (Grass and weed allergies are often called hay fever too.). Each ragweed plant only survives one season, but during that time one ragweed can produce as many as 1 billion grains of pollen that travel up to 400 miles. This continues until frost kills the ragweed plant off sometime in the late fall.
People with ragweed allergy may also get symptoms when they eat cantaloupe and banana. Chamomile tea, sunflower seeds and honey containing pollen from Compositae family members occasionally causing severe reactions, including shock. People with allergies to one type of pollen tend to develop allergies to other pollens as well.
Use Pollenguard Hay Fever & Ragweed Allergy Drops and treat the cause of allergies, by becoming desensitized to to ragweed pollen and avoid developing other pollen allergies.
One bottle of Pollenguard Ragweed Sublingual Allergy Drops will last 30 to 45 days depending on whether 2 or 3 drops are taken daily, so an order of 3 or 4 bottles of Pollenguard Ragweed Sublingual Allergy Drops will last you a hay fever season.
In a 5ml vial of Solution:
Medicinal Ingredients: Ambrosia Artemisiifolia (Short),Ragweed (Source: Pollen),Regular Strength 2X, 25 SPU/ml
Non-medicinal Ingredients: Glycerin 50%, Phenol 0.4%, Water for Injection qsp 5ml
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