Walgreens Allergy Multi-Symptom Fast Release Quick Gels
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  • This year, so far (and knock on wood) hasn't been that bad for me, but I still feel the congestion and itchy nose first thing in the morning before I really get moving for the day, and would definitely prefer to have some releif from that verses just toughing it out
  • The change in climate was pretty extreme for me, and the minute I got out of the car for the first time, I found myself sneezing for twenty minutes straight, which was absolutely exhausting
  • My insurance was pretty decent, but prescription allergy meds were still $15 or more, if not a generic brand, and when you add in the cost of a doctor co-pay, it really wasn't any cheaper than just finding something on my own
  • I'm not sure how well these fast-relief gels would work if I was really miserable with my allergies, but for my mild symptoms, it worked wonders and it feels like I don't have a problem with allergies at all
  • If not for me, I know my son will benefit from it and find the relief he needs


    • by Anasuya
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      It’s that time of year for me, when my spring allergies start kicking in. This year, so far (and knock on wood) hasn’t been that bad for me, but I still feel the congestion and itchy nose first thing in the morning before I really get moving for the day, and would definitely prefer to have some releif from that verses just toughing it out. I’ve suffered from some pretty severe allergies for the past seven years, ever since I moved to Michigan from the south. The change in climate was pretty extreme for me, and the minute I got out of the car for the first time, I found myself sneezing for twenty minutes straight, which was absolutely exhausting. I’ve been to the doctor and had a few allergy prescriptions, including a nose

      spray, but I’ve actually found that over-the-counter medications can sometimes be just as effective, and sometimes, if you catch a good deal, just as cheap depending on your medical insurance. My insurance was pretty decent, but prescription allergy meds were still $15 or more, if not a generic brand, and when you add in the cost of a doctor co-pay, it really wasn’t any cheaper than just finding something on my own.

      I started hitting Walgreens to try some different allergy medications, because they always have decent prices, and there’s always something new to try if the last product didn’t work the way you wanted it to or had hoped it would. I picked up the Walgreens Allergy Multi-Symptom Fast Release Quick Gels about two weeks ago and have loved this product so far.


      • Again, I’ll stress that my allergies aren’t at their worst until the fall, so I have mildly annoying symptoms right now. I’m not sure how well these fast-relief gels would work if I was really miserable with my allergies, but for my mild symptoms, it worked wonders and it feels like I don’t have a problem with allergies at all.

        It’s $5 for 24 capsules, and I usually need one twice a day, in the morning and at night. So that’s not a bad price for almost two weeks worth of allergy medication. I have a pretty high resistence to allergy medications, so wasn’t expecting it to work as quickly as promised, but right after I wake up, I take one, and within a half an hour, I feel the congestion lessening, and the

        itchy nose is usually close behind. Within an hour, I’m feeling totally fine and can go about my day without any problems at all. Now, come fall, I have a feeling I’d have to take these a couple more times a day to keep the relief going, and it may not relieve the symptoms entirely when they are at their worst, but for this time of the year, it’s been an excellent product so far. My oldest son has slight allergies too this time of year, and he’s been able to take just one in the morning and doesn’t have any further problems throughtout the day. Walgreens products have been great for me, and I’ll definitely by this again. If not for me, I know my son will benefit from it and find the relief he needs.




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