I want to get the most effective treatment possible, and I’m not going to be happy until I get it.
But there’s a catch.
Most of the medicines you might want to use are not available over the counter.
This is especially true if you live in Australia or New Zealand.
I’ve been searching for an alternative to pharmaceuticals for the past few years, and as I searched I came across a range of different herbal products.
I also found some good reviews on Amazon, which led me to the conclusion that I should probably get this product from a pharmaceutical company.
Since I’m in the US, I needed to be able to order a prescription.
The good news is, it’s not hard to do.
I started with the herbal products I was most familiar with, and then I decided to do the research on the herbs and supplements that were available.
I’ve taken these herbs over the years and am constantly learning about the benefits and potential side effects.
Here are my top five herbs to try.1.
Citrus aurantium rootFor my allergies, citrus has been a reliable medicine for the better part of a decade.
I’d been using it as an antihistamine, but in recent years I’ve noticed that citrus seems to be a good antihistaminant for asthma too.
I have severe allergies, and while my symptoms were still severe, they got better in the past couple of months.
Citrus can help reduce inflammation, relieve the pain of asthma, and relieve the symptoms of a range or chronic ailments.
I’m using this product regularly and it’s working great.2.
Ginkgo biloba rootFor migraines, it can be helpful to take ginkgo as an astringent.
Ginkgo has been used for centuries as an effective remedy for the headaches associated with migraine, and it can help relieve migraine pain too.3.
Bergamot extractFor asthma, a high concentration of B12 helps alleviate symptoms, but a high dose of the vitamin is needed to reach the required levels.
A recent study in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology found that supplementation with a combination of bergamots and vitamin C has helped with the severity of the symptoms associated with asthma.
I don’t recommend this product, however, as it is not currently available in Australia.4.
Lavender extractFor the skin, lavender is an effective skin care product.
I like to use it as a face cream, and a recent study found that lavender could help reduce acne and improve skin texture.5.
Rosemary extractFor a mild skin condition, psoriasis has become increasingly common, particularly among the younger generation.
It can be tough to get enough medication, but with good care and some trial and error, it seems like it might be worth trying to help your condition.
I recently found a great website that allows you to try a range and find a medication you are most comfortable with.
I recommend the brand I use, and would highly recommend that you try it.