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If you're allergic, discover butterbur. So called because farmers once preserved butter by wrapping it in this herb's huge leaves, butterbur has a centuries-old European reputation as a remedy for asthma, coughs, and fevers. Several randomized controlled trials show that an extract of this plant is as effective as some leading allergy drugs at reducing symptoms such as itchy eyes, sneezing, and nasal congestion—and, unlike the drugs, butterbur doesn't cause drowsiness.
[sidebar]Because butterbur contains liver-toxic compounds called pyrrolizidine alkaloids, choose PA-free butterbur supplements (such as Petadolex). Take 50 to 75 mg twice daily. After using butterbur for a week or so, you should be virtually sneeze-free.
TIERAONA LOW DOG, MD,is the author ofHealthy at Home.
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