Great product for handling allergy offenders regardless of where u may be at the moment.
Always good to have on hand if you live in or near the Texas Hill Country.
About seven years ago I stumbled on Kick Ass Allergy at Sprouts Market. First thought, with a name like that it's got to be good! Sure enough, after many years of using over-the-counter antihistamines (which have only made sinus issues worse) this product was like a miracle in a bottle! I do live in Texas and in early spring when the mountain cedar pollen seems to be greatest, I felt I needed a little greater push. Another miracle! I discovered the Kick Ass Cedar-Free Texas!! Wow! It works wonders. So, I use the Kick Ass Allergy for year around discomfort, and when mountain cedar rears its ugly head I rely on the Cedar-Free Texas!! The headaches diminish, the nasal drip is almost nonexistent, the pressure behind my eyes goes away, and the pocketbook is still smiling!! The products are very well worth the price, which eventually is much less than would be spent for over the counter trash that does not work, & has horrible side effects. The only side effect with these products is that I assure you you will feel better after taking them! Welcome to the world of relief. Thanks millions, WishGarden Herbs, from a very satisfied customer!
I CAN DEFINITELY TELL THE DIFFERENCE WHEN I USE THE CEDAR FREE TEXAS
I, fortunately, don’t have severe or even obvious allergies (thanks to no dairy, gluten, sugar, alcohol, processed food, etc) unlike the majority of people I know in Austin, but if I even have a hint of it I start hitting this sauce and it’s wiped out within hours. It’s just a magical formula, really, and works instantly and consistently.
I’m a huge fan of kick ass allergy but during TX cedar season I need some extra support and this stuff is a life saver for my allergies. I’ve turned my family and friends onto it too. A must buy during peak season for relief.
We have been using this for a few years ( 4th yr this yr). My cedar allergies during late Dec through Feb were terrible. I couldnt sleep and sneezed so much my sinuses were inflamed. The only relief was to get out of Texas which isn't always an option when cedar season is so long. I started using Cedar-Free Texas in late September or early October and go through January. By the time cedar season starts in late Dec or early Jan (depends on the weather) my cedar allergies are mild...seriously guys. It works. I dont know how...but for me it is my annual ritual. I got others to use it too...we love it.
You might call it cedar in Texas, but we in New Mexico fight early spring allergies from our many Juniper trees. Cedar free works, however I find if I put under the tongue my taste buds suffer for a few days. Better to drink down in a glass of water.