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Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum)

Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum)

Allergy, rhinitis, respiratory tract infections, sore throat, food intolerance
You can find the glycerin macerate of blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum) in chemist’s or herbalist’s shops. Take 40-50 drops two times a day by diluting it with water or tea. In case of allergy start assuming the glycerin macerate of blackcurrant one month before the onset of allergy and go on for all the period of time of allergy. You can also use the glycerin macerate of blackcurrant in case of respiratory tract and throat infections in order to fortify the immune system. The Ribes nigrum behaves as a natural cortisone without the collateral effects of those drugs. In addition to this, a lot of antihistamines for allergies that you can purchase contain lactose if they are in tablets, with dramatic effects for people with lactose intolerance. This does not happen by assuming Ribes nigrum, lactose free, that on the contrary is also able to play a role in case of food intolerance by lowering the symptoms
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