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Old 03-06-2008, 05:41 PM #1
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I had allergies before I accidentally thought that taking a MegaB complex would tread my "profound B12 anemia."

I took a lot of the middle strength Mega B vitamins, with a lot of water, and in the worst of hayfever seasons I discovered I didn't have any reaction to walking right up to a huge chamisa (wild sage) and smelling the abundant yellow flowers.

It was great!

Now I don't take nearly as much B complex to achieve the same results, but I do start taking extra a month or so before the beginning of Spring pollen time.

And, it works great. Same with kitties, no longer allergic.

I'm sure that not everyone with allergies has them as a result of low B complex vitamins, but... it sure is worth a try if you have allergies.

I LOVE not having allergies any more.

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That's great news on your Allergies. Has anyone tried Xango, a juice. I was told it helps people with allergies?
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