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    Mike

    What you need is a quick flight up to Canada to pick up all of our over the counter alergy meds available without a perscription!

    Kel de Texas

    Honey, eat lots of local honey

    janeye

    Try Traditional Medicene teas (usually found in a health food store or the organic section of a "regular" grocery store)...there is one for allergies/sinus and they really do work to bring you much needed relief! However, my real reason for posting is to see where yo' suburban brother is hanging and why he is late with the Project Runway post. We are all in a lather here at the office waiting for his synopsis!

    rudy!

    Ew. I come from the south, I feel you allergic pain. I've been there. I usually took 4 benadryl to conk out and wake up "refreashed" and just a tad drowsy. But I don't have those problems anymore, yay! sucks to be you! j/k lol

    Erica

    I was at the allergist today! I highly, highly recommend allergy shots. I didn't just do the itchy eyes and throat, sneezing, and runny nose... no, I got hives the size of dinner plates and asthma. I was on 4 different kinds of meds, not counting my asthma inhaler, and I did nasal rinses. Now, I just carry around the inhaler, hardly using it... only take one of the meds when my eyes are slightly itchy or when I go in for a booster shot.

    Michael

    Local honey is a good idea. Also, if you can find stinging nettles, just boil them for five minutes and eat them/drink the tea. Amazingly, this works.

    And there's nothing like eating a whole habanero pepper to get you a few minutes clarity for that pharmacy run!

    eliz. s.

    You know you've been in Austin long enough when the allergies get you. This post was included in Austinist's best of the blogs for the week.

    Glenn C

    Dan:

    I feel your pain brother. Take two Benydril and call me in the morning. Get well soon!

    Glenn

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