Texas Allergies

Allergies do you fight them?  

Runny nose, sneezing, cough, itchy, watery, and/or puffy eyes, and nasal congestion are some of the symptoms most individuals fight.

If you live in Central Texas, expect astronomically high mountain cedar pollen counts December through February.

Grass pollen issues March through September.

I the Fall weed pollen (particularly ragweed) from August through November.

Mold spores float through the air like pollen, all year long with levels usually peaking in late summer.

What is your go to allergy medication?

Nose spray?

Antihistamines?

Herbs?

Honey?

Herbs?

Allergy shots?

For seasonal Allergies I personally take.

If it is sold out then I use.

They cost between $20-$30 normally and during the months of Dec, Jan they are usually sold out.

Share what you use to help your allergies.

Donel Rourke, C. HYP.

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