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  Reply # 733088 16-Dec-2012 11:31
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yeah I would love to know aswell .

Does it cost anything and is it a lengthy procedure ?

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  Reply # 733117 16-Dec-2012 12:53
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SamF:
jpoc: Tabasco.
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As soon as the liquid touches my tongue, the hayfever is gone. It is not reduced, not managed just gone, totally, in an instant.


LOL, yeah, because you're now primarily concerned about trying to cool your tongue, which is now on fire! :D

Interesting tip tho, I'll have to try that!  How long does the effect last?  Also, what is the dosage?


It lasts for several hours. One or two drops on a teaspoon works for me but I usually take rather more than that because I like it. If you are not sure about taking it like that, you could put a few drops onto a cracker or sprinkle some over a plate of potato crisps and just munch away.



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  Reply # 733134 16-Dec-2012 13:46
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When i lived in Upper Hutt i used to get itchy eyes quite bad. The city is literally surrounded by pine and native trees.
Then I moved to Wairoa and only got the runny nose and sneezing

Now in Hawkes Bay, i get both.
So last summer it was suggested to me that I should overdose in vitamin C

Went to the Pak N' Save and got a tub of 1000mg vitamin c tablets
I crush 4 of them up and drink them in a glass of orange juice each day.

Pretty much had no issues at all and could stop taking my razene.

Razene tablets have always worked - until this summer.
They suddenly started making me sleepy. I would take one, and the next morning i would feel like the worst kind of hangover.
So i have gone back to taking them only when i need them.

This year something different also happened - i started getting conjunctivitis (allergic reaction, non-viral) in my eyes from the hayfever. So im taking eye drops for that too.

FYI: Razene is also good for rash, sunburn and mosquito bites. It stops the itching.

I went to the beach last year and fell asleep - was sunburned so bad to the point where i took 3 days off work and sat around the house in my underwear cause clothes hurt too much. A cold shower felt like a thousand knives stabbing my back and i had to smother alovera cooling gel over my legs and chest and legs, then wrap myself in gladwrap just to get to sleep at night.

on the 4th day i went to the doctor and he prescribed razene. I said wait - i have those in my car for hayfever. so i took one and the burn pain was half gone overnight and it turned into the normal slightly annoying sunburn. 




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