Allergy

Allergies are Nothing to Sneeze At! But Sabadil® Can Help

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Outdoor allergies are nothing to sneeze at, and it looks like this season could be one for the record books. Tree pollen is at its worst right now. Then there’s the grass pollen to contend with until June. Some parts of the country are faring worse than others, particularly the South Atlantic and mid-Atlantic regions. How about the pollen counts in your own area? The website, pollen.com, has a handy allergy alert that can give you your city’s current level. Today’s count for Newtown Square, PA, where Boiron’s headquarters are located, is a 9.1 out of scale of 12! That means we are seeing a lot of sniffling, sneezing, runny noses and watery eyes in our own backyard.

Statistics show that approximately 40 million people in the U.S. have some type of outdoor allergy so it’s likely you or a loved one are feeling the effects. While there is no cure for allergies, you can treat them naturally and safely with homeopathic medicines. Consider Boiron’s Sabadil. It contains a blend of homeopathic medicines that address various allergy-related problems, including hay fever and other upper respiratory symptoms, such as itchy and runny nose, sneezing, and itchy and watery eyes.* We have it available in tablets for adults and in pellets for children 2 years of age and older. And the good news is that it won't cause drowsiness or drug interactions.

Over the coming days, check back here to see how some traditional single medicines, better known as our “blue tubes,” can help with a variety of allergy symptoms. Also, look for some of our handy tips on how you can limit the allergens in your own household and feel free to share some of your own.

*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.

Comments (2)

Adriennesays:

Have been successfully using Sabadil (adult) for a few years now. Ran out yesterday and for some reason, cannot find it anywhere in Dutchess County, NY. I have called every pharmacy/market (hours on the phone!). Where is the sabadil?? Ent to your website and click on Sabadil…it says page cannot be found! Please tell me how to get it.

Boironsays:

Don’t worry Adrienne, Sabadil is still available, but it’s been renamed to RhinAllergy. Click here for the product page or use our store finder and search for RhinAllergy to see a listing of pharmacies and markets near you that carry it.

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