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Dr. Neil Kao’s Allergy and Asthma Website: Evaluation of Chloraseptic “Allergen Block”

Dr. Neil Kao’s Allergy and Asthma Website: Evaluation of Chloraseptic “Allergen Block”

Category: Health


4 Responses

  1. Jennifer says:

    I am on day 2 of using the Chloraseptic Allergen Block. I am thus far impressed. Even cutting up an onion for dinner last night did not give me the reaction usually attributed from cutting an onion. I did have the regular slight eye irritant…but nothing that was related to breathing. My allergies in the Fall are horrendous. The real test will be tonight when my band plays at a Haunted Corn Maze.

  2. Judy Shoemaker says:

    I did not find Allergern Block useful, perhaps because my chronic runny nose still runs and therefore I am wiping off the allergern block when wiping my nose. I do think the price $13.99 for 3g puts it out of the
    market for me. I would use one tube a week. My allergies are year
    round, everyday, I think I am allergic to air itself. How I wish it
    would have worked.
    I take Singular, Allegra and Flonase and still my nose drips constantly.
    But I am thankful that I’m not subjected to sinus infections.

  3. Cindy says:

    It doesn’t completely block my allergies, but seems to have toned them down a bit.

  4. Doris says:

    I have been using Allergen Block for 2 weeks. My nose was all stuffed
    up sore headaches the works before I started using it. I live in Florida
    this time of year is the worst for me. It cleared me up in a couple of days.
    I could breathe again and felt great. I am very thankful for this product!





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