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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Allergy Suffers Financial Relief Is A Click Away!

For those of us who find allergies plaguing us year round, let alone you fortunate few who only suffer in the spring or fall there is some relief. No, pollen has not been abandon but I have found a major savings on my allergy meds.

I’m sure any of you who actually pay your own bills have been totally outraged at the price of allergy medication. Even with medical insurance, allergy meds cost bundles of money. Imagine my surprise when I discovered, you can get otc (over the counter) meds from AMAZON. Right, who would have thought to buy their allergy meds from Amazon. I know I didn’t think of it. Ever since Zyrtec went over the counter, I have been using it with great success. (BTW, this is not medical advice and is merely my personal opinion, I have no idea if it will help you.) Anyway, Zyrtec is one of my weapons against sniffling, sneezing, wheezing, coughing, snorting and headaches. When generic Zyrtec (Cetirizine Hydrochloride) became available I shifted over and found no negatives from the generic. Now here is the big deal, at Amazon I found Cetirizine Hydrochloride, 10mg for $18.00 for 350 tablets, the absolute best price I found at the local drug stores was $30.00 for 90 tablets. In fact, the bulk of the Internet drug vendors were substantially more than Amazon. What I got was the exact same generic that my pharmacist gave me. Not some third world knock off but a viable, reputable Canadian pharmaceutical.

You will have to decide yourself if Cetirizine Hydrochloride works with your allergies but I am very happy with how it works and still a bit stunned at how much cheaper I found it at Amazon.

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