Antihistamines and decongestants are the top-selling types of allergy medicines. They typically come in pill, capsule, or tablet form and help to alleviate sinus congestion or irritation by reducing swelling of the mucous membranes. Nasal sprays are another common allergy medication. You simply insert the application tip into your nose and gently spray the solution into your nasal passages to reduce inflammation and congestion. Eye drops can also help alleviate allergy symptoms. The solution treats itchy and watery eyes, and some brands contain antihistamines to fend off pollen and other common allergens. Corticosteroid cream is a topical allergy treatment for rashes and skin irritations. It is applied directly to the site to relieve itching and swelling.
Studies show some of the chemicals in coal tar may cause cancer, but only in very high concentrations, such as in what is used in industrial paving. Anyone using tar regularly should follow a regular skin cancer checkup schedule. California requires OTC coal tar shampoos, lotions and creams that contain more than percent coal tar to be labeled with cancer warnings. However, the FDA maintains that OTC products with coal tar concentrations between percent and 5 percent are safe and effective for psoriasis, and there is no scientific evidence that the tar in OTC products is carcinogenic.
The toenail fungus is just a symptom of a greater fungus problem. Yes, diet has
everything to do with it. Fungus feeds on sugar, as does cancer. Do you crave
sweets, pasta, or bread? If you do, your body may just have a fungal condition.
The only way to truly kill the fungus is cut out carbs, refined sugar, and foods
susceptible to mold, ie. corn, peanuts, pistachios. Stop with the antibiotics
because they kill everything and break down your natural immunities to fight
sickness and disease. Anti-fungals kill fungal infections. Anti-biotics kill