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Kirkland AllerClear Loratadine 10 mg Antihistamine Tablets, 300-Count Bottle
- Original Prescription Strength
- 24 Hour Allergy Relief
- Non- Drowsy
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Antihistamines block the release of histamine, a naturally occurring substance in the body that produces all the allergy symptoms we want to get rid of.
There are several antihistamines you can purchase over the counter, Loratadine is a second generation antihistamine, and Benadryl (diphenhydramine) is the older first generation product. Loratadine will be a bit more expensive than diphenhydramine, as it is the newer of the two. However, I believe it is a much superior product because is has so few side effects.
The usual dose of Loratadine is 10 mg a day. This offers an advantage over the first generation antihistamines (Benadryl), in that they are dosed every 8 hours. The main and most significant advantage of Loratadine over the first generation antihistamines is that Loratadine will not cause drowsiness and has less overall side effects and less adverse interactions with other medications (and alcohol).
People with liver disease should discuss the use of Loratadine with their doctor. Pregnant women should avoid using Loratadine as studies have shown a risk to the fetus.
Loratadine is very effective in treating allergy symptoms. I like the non-sedating quality and the once daily dosing.
Jim "Konedog" Koenig
If you are having an acute allergic reaction or flare up Benadryl (diphenylhydramine) is a better choice for such uses as it is faster (though shorter) acting. Other quick acting but non drowsy antihistamines would also work in these cases.
For regular use this generic Loratadine is great stuff at a great price.
Either way they seem to work, not as strong. Someone said you have to build up the usage before it takes full effect.
The bottle contains 365 pills.
Someone was complaining about the bottle having a 1 year shelf span. After researching I found that they are perilously adding a additive that add that artificial shelf life. I guess it makes scene, that way you have to buy new pills later.
Overall I'm still in the middle, not sure if it's working or more of a placebo effect. One thing for sure, as soon as it comes time for my next dose my allergies kick in, so I take it is working.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great and for the price I can't recommend enough. People complaining that you won't use the full 365 days is kind of nit-picky since you end up saving like $400 a year anyway... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Justin Buhler
Very pleased with this product. Same quality as those I can purchase locally at a much lower price.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
For those of us with seasonal allergies this product is a God send.Published 8 months ago by Wayne R. Brownell