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How I Stopped My Sneezing & Watery Eyes In Minutes Without Antihistamines

The weather in Maryland this weekend is beautiful.  Cool crisp nights with today’s high in the low 70’s.  So, last night I turned on our whole house attic fan and pulled in all that crisp cool air.  Unfortunately, I also pulled in tons of pollen from all the flowers in my wife’s garden (she loves her flowers!).

This morning I woke up to a scratchy throat, completely clogged sinuses, watery eyes and non-stop sneezing.  Did I immediately reach for my bottle of Antihistamines – NO!  I have an easier, healthier, and quicker solution with no toxic side effects.

Instead, I grabbed my jar of Allergy Care Transdermal Cream.  Within 10 minutes of application ALL MY SYMPTOMS WERE GONE!

This cream is magic.  Everyone who gets Spring allergies should have this in their medicine cabinet. 

The beauty of the formula is not only how fast it works, but how it works.  Instead of blocking the histamine response that creates the allergic symptoms (the way antihistamines work), the cream supports your ability to digest the exogenous proteins in the pollen. 

In other words,

If you can cope up with the pollen, then there is no need for an allergic response!

With ingredients like Amalaki, Turmeric, Ginger and more, Allergy Care supports the intelligence of the upper respiratory system rather than suppressing the uncomfortable allergic response.

This is the Ayurvedic approach, support the Natural Intelligence of the body rather than blocking an inconvenient symptom.  Thus, no side effects while improving the respiratory immunity, it’s a win win!

Here’s how to use it:

  1. Apply the cream to the back of the neck swiping the cream downwards from the base of the skull to the shoulders.  Adjacent to the Cervical Spine lies the Sympathetic Chain of nerves.  These nerves supply the Sinuses.  Application of the cream to this area directs the effect of the cream to the head and sinus mucosa.
  2. If you’re sneezing, apply the cream to the on both sides of the nose (not internally).  This will soothe the nasal mucosal lining and stop that “tickle” which makes you want to sneeze.

Again, this is one of my favorites and a “must have” this time of year.

If you have questions, please leave them in the comments sections below and I’ll be sure to answer them quickly.


To Your Health,

Dr. Douglas Beech