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Aug 19, 2007
... meds and finally my ENT doc told me to move. I was moving anyway and I thought I would get away from the PND, but no, it moved with me. I moved to NC where my allergies were worse and went to a "mountain doc" who gave me Quercetin. ... (0 replies)
... Hi All, this is my first post. Hoping for some good feedback! My question is this: has anyone with multiple fruit allergies tried Quercetin + Bromelian? Quercetin is found in apples, onions, teas, and red wine--I am allergic to all of these things. They didn't test me for pineapples, and there aren't any other members of the Bromeliad family that people eat (so no other... (0 replies)
... I know that once I found and eliminated the foods I had allergies to, I was amazed at how much better I felt! ... (5 replies)

... Just wondering if anyone has tried or is using Quercetin & Bromelain? I have been doing some reading on it - it sounds great. I posted yesterday - Clarinex/Clorox irritate sinuses. Feeling a little better today. Have to irrigate my sinuses and taking Sinus tabs. Another thing I have noticed is that with my sinuses so plugged - I cannot go out with my friends and... (1 replies)
... Hi there, I have had a miserable season with allergies, as well as year round ones, and my Nasalcrom pooped out and I could not tolerate Flonase or over the counter items. So, I stopped by the "Intergrated Medicine" part of my local hospital to ask what natural remedy that I could try. The nurse said the #1 product is Quercetin w\Brometain as an anti-inflammatory and... (4 replies)
... Quercetin is a natural compound that is found in many plants. There is some compelling evidence that it may help relieve allergies to some degree when taken as a supplement. I have heard some positive reports from allergy sufferers whom I've recommended it to. ... (0 replies)
... Quercetin seemed to help me last fall, but when I stopped it, it seemed like my symptoms got worse. I don't know if the quercetin changed my immune system or if it was going to get worse anyway. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Charlie - A few years ago, I tried Quercetin/Bromelain, a natural supplement you can find at healthfood stores and probably at many phamacies in the vitamin aisle. It really worked for me! I was having other health issues at the time, though, that required me to get off of all supplements, so I'm not on the Quercetin/Bromelain anymore. If I could, though, I'd take it... (3 replies)
... inflammatory. No wonder you felt better. You could have some food allergies then? ... (7 replies)
... Similar to you out of the blue I have been suffering from allergies with fatigue and constant sneezing. Same dog, same house, nothing new, and no new foods. ... (8 replies)
... I know that Dr. Andrew Weil (he is an actual M.D.) recommends two natural treatments for allergies - Quercetin (400 mg) twice a day and Stinging Nettle (One to two capsules every two to four hours) - but he also says that it can take 6-8 weeks to see improvement. I tried the natural treatments for about a month (in addition to using a HEPA filter in my bedroom and cutting... (5 replies)
... Nasalcrom nosespray is actually synthetic quercetin. My allergy doctor said this would've have been the miracle cure for allergies, if they could've figured out how to get it to last more than 4 hours. (29 replies)
... I have heard that the supplement quercetin is meant to be good for allergies as it helps the body not to react so much to the histamine. You should research it as it is a while ago that I investigated it. ... (29 replies)
... I find taking quercetin with vitamin C very helpful. There are many brands of supplements that combine these 2 ingredients. A little expensive, but well worth it in my experience. ... (2 replies)
... minutes until I got relief. My instructions on the bottle say 2 tablets three times a day. I have to take more than that. I take about 3 3 x a day. But my allergies are pretty bad. I also have asthma, and that it really acting up today with all the tree pollen around. I am trying to stay indoors. ... (4 replies)
... I also think taking quercetin helps, but I take with, not insead of my prescription meds. ... (3 replies)
Natural Help
Oct 7, 2005
... The closest thing to a natural remedy that gives the most benefit for allergies is nasal irrigation. It gets all the nasty gunk out of your nose and reduces symptoms and helps prevent infections. ... (6 replies)
... In the meantime, one thing I'd suggest is to try another antihistamine, such as Benadryl or Claritin. I do believe that quercetin has been found to effective, but it's not right for everybody. ... (4 replies)
... ecause in most cases you may be allregic to things which are very common and are difficult to avoid furthermore majority of hives sufferers allergy test shows no allergies at all. ... (2 replies)
... I used to use Zyrtec for yrs., but like you was one of the unfortunate people who suffered sedation from it. You know you should not drive, not operate machinery when under the influence of this medication if it causes drowsiness. You could ask your doc for a trial of Allegra, do the twice daily dosing. Some people find it less sedating. Histamine is a chemical that... (9 replies)

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