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Allergies? Breastfeeding and considering antihistamines?

Spring and summer are high-allergy times for many, breastfeeding moms included. The common approach is to take an anti-histimine to help alleviate the symptoms. You may not know, however, that these antihistimines can also decrease or dry up breastmilk!  These medications are made to dry up secretions and fluids - it will not differentiate between the different body fluids and will commonly decrease breastmilk production.  So keep this in mind if you're thinking of resorting to those anti-histimines!

A helpful and effective alternative is the herb Nettle (also known as Stinging Nettle).  Its fine for use while pregnant or breastfeeding, and is highly nutritious.  Many people swear by this herb to alleviate their allergy symptoms!   Homeopathy is also very effective in alleviating allergies!

Testimonial

In mid-November, my partner M and I got Cvd-19. We both turned 70 this past November as well.  At the time I ordered the products, we had not yet been tested, but we were sick for sure. The virus was trying to get into my lungs so I knew Mullein would be a good item. As soon as we began taking your tinctures, we felt a turn in our recovery and from that point we started to heal rapidly. The Mullein seemed to prevent the virus from going into my lungs.  Once the bit of shortness of breath cleared by using the Mullein, I had a mild cough, which the Quiet Cough helped with.  When we got the positive test result, we were already about 90% recovered!! I continue to take the Mullein and Quiet Cough to keep my lungs healthy with the cold weather here..but I feel great!!  At the age of 70 we both recovered 100% with no lingering side effects....Thanks to the Mullein, the virus never completed its journey into my lungs and M didn’t feel that symptom at all. We recovered fully by the Friday after Thanksgiving Day. So thank you so so so much!  We feel great and full of energy!  S.R.