REACTINE | Allergy Relief and Respite!

An Exploration for Allevation

Last updated on November 23rd, 2020 at 12:01 am

Last Updated: November 22, 2020

I come from a family of allergy sufferers.

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Some of us are lucky (like myself) and eventually grow out of the childhood dust allergies that plague us whenever we enter homes with infrequent cleaning schedules—and then you have Palmers like my Dad, who have sneezing fits when he mows the lawn (which he does every Friday like clockwork).

Back in the day, allergies were just a way of life. You suffered through blurry eyes and stuffy noses. And you dreaded the coming summer, knowing that you’d spend your days hanky in hand. You couldn’t enjoy your time like everyone else as you struggled to breathe.

We’ve come a long way since then with solutions like REACTINE®, designed to give quick relief from the allergy symptoms that ail us!

But what’s so good about REACTINE®?

Glad you asked.

What Does REACTINE® Do?

  1. No one likes suffering. REACTINE® acts quickly—it can start to work within 20 minutes of use, and can relieve your allergy symptoms for up to 24 hours!
  2. People who’ve studied medicine (likely longer than you have) suggest it. REACTINE® is the #1 doctor- and pharmacist-recommended over-the-counter allergy brand; and
  3. A REACTINE® a day keeps the doctor away! Here in Canada, we’re often taught to treat symptoms when we’re already sick. But by taking REACTINE® daily through allergy season, your body fights back by maintaining an even level of antihistamines to give you constant relief! (Find out more in the video below if you don’t believe me!)*

* Talk to your doctor for daily use beyond 6 months

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So now that you know the logic behind why you should use REACTINE® to combat those pesky allergy symptoms, let’s get practical—what steps can you take to keep yourself allergy-free so you can enjoy your summer?

How Can REACTINE® Help Me Keep Allergy-Free Over the Summer?

  1. Know your enemy. Visit REACTINE®.ca where you can learn to identify potential allergens like pollen and ragweed; and even find links to download the REACTINE® pollen forecast app (available on both iOS and Android) to keep you 3 days ahead on what you might be exposed to!
  2. Those who fail to plan, plan to fail. Know the steps you can take to keep your home as allergen-free as possible:
    • removing brush and weeds from your property, wearing protective gear if you’re susceptible to that allergy
    • showering to remove the allergens from your person
    • getting rid of the allergen source if possible—rock gardens are the in-vogue front lawn, after all!
    • stop weeds dead in their tracks by mulching with rocks or plastic gravel
    • avoid being outside on windy days when pollen’s astir in the air if your allergies are particularly strong

So now you know about REACTINE®. You know how to include REACTINE® in your life to stand tall against allergy symptoms. Now all you need to do is get your hands on REACTINE® to put this plan into action!

Good luck in your battle against allergens. You may be outnumbered with your backs against the wall—but remember that REACTINE® can help give you the strength to stand tall against your opponents, able to actually smell the victory rather than just dream of it!

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Enjoy your summer free from stressing about allergy symptoms,

–case p.

 Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by REACTINE®. Thoughts and opinions are my own, as always.

By Casey E. Palmer

Husband. Father. Storyteller.

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey Palmer the Canadian Dad spend his free time in pursuit of the greatest content possible.

Thousand-word blog posts? Snapshots from life? Sketches and podcasts and more—he's more than just a dad blogger; he's working to change what's expected of the parenting creators of the world.

It's about so much more than just our kids.

When Casey's not creating, he's busy parenting, adventuring, trying to be a good husband and making the most of his life!

Casey lives in Toronto, Ontario.

149 replies on “REACTINE | Allergy Relief and Respite!”

I haven’t been tested in years but there are definitely things out there that love to trigger my allergies, I know one for sure is ragweed!

I love summer, but for me the flowers, trees and all the weeds make me sneeze, feel stuffed up and generally icky. It doesn’t help when my dogs sheds her dander and I get a double dose of a sneezefest. Of course, now is when she is shedding again…. when ragweed and pollen are at a high. I hope Reactine can combat it. I plan on trying some now.

Sometimes when I’m on vacation, I break out in a heat rash, but that’s it! Great contest. 🙂

Pollen, dust, and most other things! Broom is absolutly the worst for me, but luckly I live in an area now where it is no longer a problem.

I dont know what or if I am allergic to anything,,but here lately,,my eyes have been getting really itchy and watery,and I havent been feeling well.

For me it is alot there is grass and pollens and indoor when it is humid dust mites can be an issue and then in the fall it gets even worse for me whatever the trees throw off in sept is really bad for me

I have itchy eyes and stuffy nose and I know when I sweep garage that definitely irritates my allergies. I am not sure what else I am allergic to.

Not sure what I am allergic as I am fairly new to seasonal allergies, I get itchy eyes and runny nose in the spring and late summer!

Dust !! horrible, and with the kids always in and out in the summer it just seems to get out of control :/

I’m fortunate that I don’t have any allergies..thank goodness with my system the way that it is it would suck

Dust has really been affecting me poorly lately. On top of that I have just requested allergy testing because I am suffering more often and do not know what from.

It’s been so cold and wet this summer, so mold (outside) is a big one. That, and the regular grass and pollens.

I just started suffering with allergy-like symptoms; I don’t as yet know whether it’s allergies or a summer cold.

I am allergic to dust and mold.
My allergies were worse at the beginning of the summer. It has been rather cool lately, so they have not been as bad this year.

I’m trying to fight off pollens, dusts, my loving cat allergy and unknown bites from our lovely summer bugs

Regular hay fever type stuff, plus horses (I live in Calgary where its not unusual to see police on horse back in some of the communities, including where the one I live in) plus I’m always battling allergies to perfumes/colognes/scents.

Ugh, everything. The worst has been catnip. Never had a problem with it before, but holy cow this summer my eyes swelled and watered, and my nose was like a tap…it was brutal

lately allergies have been dust, peanut butter and yesterday had a reaction to orange juice, seems the older I get the more allergies I get

So far this summer I have been avoiding ragweed, dust & on top of those the gluten! But on a positive side that is all.

Ragweed! My cat also sheds a ton in the summer, and even though my allergy to her is mild, having all that fur flying around doesn’t help.

Ugh, SO many allergies, where to start?! Pollen, grass, ragweed, smoke, pets, mold, dust… the list goes on & on!

I have no allergies myself but my niece is allergic to ragweed so I would give this prize to her.

I have life issues with flowers, grass and the amazing rag weed. I love the outdoors but it does not love me.

Ragweed & Hay – which especially sucks as more than one family member grows hay for a living – farmers!!

Thankfully I don’t have seasonal allergies but I am allergic to dust. Makes me reluctant to clean my house, which, of course, makes the reaction even worse!

I have had hay fever since I was a kid. I used to have to get shots (also allergic to grass and caulk) but they don’t bother me as much as an adult.

pollen is my nemesis – when i’m at my parents it’s the birch trees that get me. i’m thankful for allergy meds.

I had some crazy reaction to a plant this summer, broke out in welts after retrieving a football from a bush that my kids threw it into lol

My hubs, hes allergic to pretty much eveything thats included in the 50 something different allergens tests- so for him its enviro and some foods

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