Hay fever sufferers cured by ex-NHS £4 drug that’s selling like wildfire

Following the recent warming and hurricane-force pollution across the country, grass-fed eyes and noses are suffering from horrible streams.

Since 2017, 37 percent of people have been suffering from hay fever, according to a new study, and an increasing number of people have to cope with the disease. At your local chemist, online or at your local supermarket, a former NHS drug has been hailed as a ‘miracle weed cure’ and sold everywhere.

Super Strength Tablets were previously only available on the NHS prescription, and you need to convince them that they will suffer greatly for your GP ለመስጠት 9 + prescription fee. For the first time this year, the tablets are on the shelf – and high fever patients are clearing the shelves, reports Yorkshire Live.

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Fexofenadine Hydrochloride, which is being sold in the UK under the auspices of Alvea or Tritai, is now available for the first time without a prescription, which means you can now buy it in boutiques, supercools and supermarkets such as Asda and Tesco. Up to £ 4 in gift box, up to £ 7 depending on store size and tablets.

High fever patients say the tablets are very good, they have completely ‘cured’ their symptoms. They say that the tablets, which are stronger than traditional tablets such as cetirizine hydrochloride and loratadine, make them feel no longer feverish.

The problem is, however, that supply has not kept pace with demand, and during the recent hot springs, the amount of ‘flower bombs’ has increased dramatically.

It is being sold everywhere and is now on the shelf.
It is being sold everywhere and is now on the shelf.

A high fever patient told Yorkshire Live: “I went to three different supermarkets to look. It was sold out entirely by Sheffield Asda Hansworth, and two more by Leeds.

“I bought it online but even on Amazon Prime there is a week delay in ordering and it took a week to reach the ‘next day’ delivery service. The reason, it works. It is more powerful than regular hay fever. Tablets, so my responses are more controlled.”

I don’t know what to do this year when pollen is absolutely crazy. I took some prescriptions last year, but now they are on prescription, very easy and cheap to take. Until they are all sold.

Other patients with high fever agree on how good the tablets are. “HAYFEVER SUFFERERS Alvea is on the shelf now and I haven’t felt this good for ten years in the summer,” said Ben Newmark.

Matty Esther added, “If you’ve had the worst hay fever you’ve ever had in your entire life, I’ve gone to the feeling that I’ve never had it. Alvia, you healed me.”

@ Nikk1noodles said: “Fexofenadine aka Allevia 120mg in the boots on the bank. It took me two days to get in but this week I was free from grass fever. No itching, no eye drops, no nasal spray. 10/10.”

@therealmadrina says: “They are Alvea Hypever tablets worth the money – they worked miracles for me”

@RettsUK said, “Guys Alvia is really the best HyperVER tablet. I suffer a lot from Hyperver but one day a week, I don’t even have a small nose in weeks!”

@ 28shan said: “Those Alvaya tablets have forgotten that I even suffered from hay fever, they are actually better.

One user added that the price of some boxes on Amazon has increased from £ 7 to £ 20 during demand.

What is Fexofenadine and how does it work?

Fexofenadine is an antihistamine that helps people suffering from allergies. Used to treat:

  • Hay fever
  • conjunctivitis
  • Ekma
  • Hive (urticaria)
  • Response to insect bites and bites
  • Some food allergies

Fexofenadine is known as an insomnia antihistamine. It is less likely to cause you to fall asleep than other antihistamines.

  • They usually take fexofenadine once a day. Children under the age of 12 take it twice a day.
  • Fexofenadine is classified as an insomnia antihistamine, but it still makes some people feel very sleepy.
  • Common side effects include headache, drowsiness, dry mouth, pain and dizziness.

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