06 May 2017

Allergy Season — Whoa!

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It’s Not Too Late for Treatment

The good news this spring: that awful drought was vanquished — for the present, anyway. The bad news is that our beloved trees, grasses, and blossoms are bursting with pollen, and that affects many of you. For awhile, these late spring rains have held back some of the blooms, postponing the worst of the season. But warm weather around the corner may cause a peak in pollen and a peak in your misery. This does not have to happen to you if you take action now.

Chinese Herbs: Better than Over-the-Counter Drugs

Chinese medicine offers a proven track record of helping clients with their seasonal allergies. Some of my clients began booking appointments in February and March in order to balance their immunity. And they began taking an amazing herbal formula called Magnolia Clear Sinus. Several have reported that the Magnolia formula effectively eliminates itchy eyes and congestion without any of the side effects of Claritin and other over-the-counter drugs. It is not too late!

One of my clients noticed at his Easter brunch that one of the guests was tired and miserable from both allergies and the medications to mitigate them. My client offered two capsules of Magnolia Clear Sinus, and then observed his friend over the next half an hour during the Easter egg hunt. Sure enough, after about twenty minutes, our observer noticed less Kleenex, more laughter, and a general lifting of spirits as this guest began to feel better and better. Finally, the guest himself noticed how much better he was feeling and requested the formula. This is one formula that truly flies off my shelves.

Don’t Let Allergies Ruin Your Spring

If you or your friends and family are dreading this year’s seasonal bloom, please contact me. Chinese medicine has improved the springtime season for millions of people for literally thousands of years!

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About the Author


Janet Barrows, has a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley, CA. She is a California State Licensed Acupuncturist (L. Ac.) practicing acupuncture and integrative medicine in Santa Rosa, CA. Her practice includes acupuncture, natural herbs, facial rejuvenation, nutrition, and medical qigong.