The creative adventures of an artist as she and her husband remodel their home, raise two minions, work in theatre, and indulge in geek fandom... all while having MS.
I don't know if this will help at this point, but it's worth a shot: I got some local honey from Bob's Farm Market in Wethersfield and ate one tsp per day for the last 3 weeks. I haven't had ANY allergy attacks this year. You can put it on bread or ice cream to eat it, but you can't put it in tea or cook it in any way, or the allergy benefits disappear.
Hi there - linked here from Punk Rock Knitters - congrats on winning the stitch markers, btw.I had terrible allergies with my last two pregnancies and the OB told me to take Benadryl which I only did at night ('cuz it makes you sleepy) and only when desperate.If you are wanting the natural route, I've taken stinging nettle in the past for allergies and it worked pretty good, but I didn't try it while pregnant. Might be worth it to check it out at the health food store.Good luck!
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