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Sunday, November 15, 2009

PreHistin Review and Giveaway | Ends 12/3 {CLOSED}




I, like so many other people, suffer from indoor and outdoor allergies. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America estimates that 50 million Americans have allergies, 40 million of those people indoor/outdoor allergies. From the AAFA website:

Indoor and Outdoor Allergies – (Allergic rhinitis; seasonal/perennial allergies; hay fever; nasal allergies) Approximately 40 million Americans have indoor/outdoor allergies as their primary allergy. (Many people with allergies usually have more than one type of allergy.) Approximately 10 million people are allergic to cat dander, the most common pet allergy. The most common indoor/outdoor allergy triggers are:  tree, grass and weed pollen; mold spores; dust mite and cockroach allergen; and, cat, dog and rodent dander. 

Fun stuff, huh? Until a few years ago, I had your standard seasonal allergies -- a little sniffling and sneezing in the spring mostly. But all of a sudden, BAM! itchy, red allergy eyes, violently sneezing whenever I went near the garden, and having to dust and vacuum about 5 times as much as normally. I never found out the exact reason this happened, but I do know that I've been actively trying to combat the symptoms ever since. I've had bad reactions to most OTC and presription allergy meds, so my main focus became keeping the house really clean, maintaining proper humidity levels, and avoiding the outdoors on "bad allergy" days.
I was recently given the chance to try PreHistin, the world's first pre-histamine. Histamines are substances that cause sneezing, itching, nasal congestion, and runny nose. You're probably familiar with "antihistmines", which are made to attack the histamines only after they're released. They also come with some unpleasant side affects, most notably drowsiness. PreHistin works by regulating the release of histamines so that your body may not react to them. PreHistin has been clinically shown to maintain healthy lgE levels, which have been linked to allergy symptoms like sneezing, nasal congestin, and runny nose. PreHistin's safe, all natural formula contains cyanocobalamin, which os one of the vitamins in vitamin B12. It supports immune function, and is safe for long term use.



I've been taking PreHistin for a few weeks, and already I've noticed it helping. There' some kind of plant or tree in this area that always makes me sneeze this time of the year, and I noticed the other day that it wasn't occuring. Also, since PreHistin doesn't cause me to become drowsy like antihistamines do, so I have no problems taking it in the morning.

The cherry lozenges have a nice taste, not sickeningly sweet or sour. You simply place one under your tongue, and let it dissolve. It dissolves rather quickly, so no having to spend a ton of time holding it under your tongue. Take it twice a day, in the AM and PM. Use for 30 consecutive days. PreHistin is for adults and children 12 years and up. For more info, go to www.prehistin.com.


Buy it: PreHistin can be bought at www.prehistin.com or by calling 1-877-4POLLEN. If you buy now, you can get a 2 months supply for only $19.95! Since each month's supply normally costs $29.99, you'll save $40.04! You can also buy 3, 6, and 12 month multipacks.

Win it: One of my readers will win a one month supply (one box of 63 cherry lozenges) of PreHistin (ARV $29.99)! To enter, you must do one of the the following:


-Follow my blog using Google Friend Connect
-Subscribe to my blog via email
-Subscribe to my blog via RSS
and/or
-Tell me what you've done in the past to help with allergy symptoms

Leave each entry in a  seperate comment. Once you've done one (or all! you can do any of the above for one entry each), you can earn more entries by:


1 entry - Follow me on Twitter @jsoldham - 1 entry
1 entry each - Tweet this giveaway (can be done once daily) using the following:
RT @jsoldham Win a month's supply of PreHistin for allergies (ARV $30) http://bit.ly/3PSKiT #giveaway Ends 11/29
5 entries - Add my button to your site
5 entries - Blog about this giveaway (just a blurb is fine, please link back to this post though)
1 entry each - Enter any of my other giveaways or leave a comment on any other review or post

This giveaway ends December 3 at 11:59 PM Eastern. Open to US only. I'll pick the winner via random.org, and chosen winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. I'll also announce the winner here.

I received no monetary compensation for this review/giveaway. I received a box of PreHistin to review. All opinions are my own. Results may differ from mine.

Congrats to the winner, Heather!


18 comments:

Audrey said...

In the past I have swallowed honey for my allergies and gargled salt water. Thankyou for the giveaway! :)

ktgonyea said...

I swear by gargling salt water.

Linda K said...

Since I can't take most medicines, I take Chlorpheniramine when I am really bad.

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Missybeez said...

A teaspoon of honey and apple cider vinegar hepls me.

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follow on twitter as Missybeez80


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jennem said...

I use a neti pot or saline spray.

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Sarah said...

I finally broke down and filled a prescription for Flonase.

SophiesMark said...

I have taken several different allergy meds, and then gone back to older ones that I tried in the beginning-- like Claritin.

carolpie said...

I try to avoid getting too dusty and then I also try small amounts of different meds.

Lisa said...

I subscribe in a reader.

Lisa said...

I follow you on twitter.

Karen said...

I have taken over the counter pills to help with my allergies

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Jayfr said...

I've tried many things, including over the counter medicines, drinking lots of warm tea, and sitting in a steamy shower.

FDP 4 Life said...

i am a follower

Heather said...

I follow via GFC.

Heather said...

I've tried lots of stuff. Chiropractor, echinacea, OTC pills, etc. Blah.

Gianna said...

I've just put up with them believe it or not.. My husband takes loratidine for his.

WHO WON! said...

WHO WON!!!