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Anyone succeed w. a natural alt. to Loratadine for season allergies?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created May 14, 2013 at 8:13 PM

From what I've read, Loratadine poses a risk of fatty liver,so I was wondering if anyone had any success in treating seasonal allergies with a homeopathic product such as Allium Cepa, etc.... ? oddly enough I've been craving raw onion ever since the season started

(Was thinking about trying Bio-Allers Grass Pollen, or something similar.)

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But if placebos give people the effect they want ....

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on May 14, 2013
at 08:38 PM

Homeopathy is placebo, don't bother.

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on May 14, 2013
at 08:38 PM

Got a link to the loratidine-fatty liver connection? Hadn't heard that one, and a simple Google isn't coming up with anything.

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on May 14, 2013
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I used to have terrible seasonal allergies 9 mos of every year and have tried virtually every conventional med as well as homeopathic ones. The best cure I've found is Paleo, cutting out all grains, and the Paleo autoimmune protocol, if you have a lot of food allergies. Once I went Paleo for 2-3 months my seasonal allergies went away. My skin rashes disappeared 2-3 weeks after I adopted the AIP. Guess it was inflammation that caused such bad allergies for me.

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