If you have allergies, give Allernone a try.
As a kid I lived with horrible allergies, 365 days a year. I downed Benadryl, Claritin, and Allegra, which caused my heart to race, gave me bad dreams, and required that I never miss a dose. Eventually, an allergist (ie, a “super expensive” luxury) concocted a unique mixture of inactive allergens that she shot into my arm every week for three years. When I moved away from Texas, my allergies went away. Six years later (I thought I was “immune to all allergies” by this time), we moved back to Texas, and the allergies came back overnight. It was horrible. Rachel was frustrated, maybe she was reconsidering her 3 year marriage with me – I don’t know… A lady at Whole Foods begged me to try Allernone. “But it’s $30 a bottle!” Her response: “Do it for me!” Unnecessary story short, I tried it, and it worked like a charm. 3 years later, my allergies are nonexistent. All I do is take about 10 drops of Allernone, 2x a day (I’m down to 1x per day), and I have no allergies whatsoever. Dog, ragweed, mold, whatever. Allernone uses the same ingredients in expensive allergy shots, but instead of injecting it into your arm, you drop it under your tongue. It doesn’t make your heart race and it doesn’t make you sleepy, because it isn’t medicine. It’s just inactive allergens that your body uses to build up an immunity. Long story short, if you’re suffering like I was, give this stuff a try. I laugh when I see those ridiculous Claritin commercials, because they are so expensive and ineffective compared to Allernone.