Might give this (Luffa) a go in conjunction with the quercetin. Thanks.
(lol) quite sure! The drowsiness inducing effects are well-known. Not everyone gets it that badly. He usually takes cetirizine but after a couple days it makes him feel very sluggish and tired. The cure ends up being as bad as the initial problem.
understood - but it has a variety of uses - but it’s a very very safe and somewhat older drug, so case studies are pretty robust and on the whole, it’s okay if it works as a nausea relief - pharmacists worry about extended use. that’s not the case here.
Or, don't do this as it is against the product licence. It is licensed as a hypnotic/sedative and should be used as such. Or go to Boots where they won't give a damn (lol)
I had very bad hayfever for the last few years and I am keep taking antihistamine up to a point where Benadryl is the only med that has some effect on me. My friend recommend me homoeopathic medicine and this year I'm taking the following drops: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0036ALOY2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_CAVMYEEDXD7DKX2JJTZT?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 They also have a.vogel pollinosan in tablets. Do try these. P. S. I have started medicine pre-spring i.e. early March and now homoeopathic medicine working very well on me and I didn't take a single antihistamine table so far. Hope this helps