An Amazing Solution For Cat Allergies
Author: Michelle S.
Word Count: 305
Questions Received: 4
Testimonial ID: 4971-OR
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I began using RC to manage my severe allergy symptoms whenever I came into proximity of cats. I had had cat allergies all my life as well as severe hay fever and reactions to dust and mold. I cured my hay fever allergies by adopting a gluten-free diet but the cat allergies persisted.
My friend who introduced me to essential oils and a cat lover recommended I try RC one evening when I came to her house. I did not have any allergy medicine with me and I told her I would not be able to stay. She recommended I try RC:
One drop in the palm of my hand then dot the oil onto my sinuses, rub the remaining oil in my palm onto my upper chest, then cup my hands over my nose and breathe in deeply.
I experienced instant relief from the itchy eyes, itchy throat, sneezing and wheezing I usually experienced in the presence of cats.
I purchase a bottle of RC and kept it with me always in case I happened to come in contact with cats. I noticed something amazing after a half dozen or so applications as described above when in a home with cats.
I no longer had symptoms!!! I noticed suddenly that I no longer reacted to cats. I have no problem with cats now and in fact when my fiance and I moved in together he had a 16 year old Siamese. She had free range of the whole house and all the furniture and I never had any problems.
I started using the oils just to manage symptoms and they ended up curing my cat allergies.
I use it and share it with friends now whenever we experience any upper respiratory problems.
Additional keyword(s) assigned by the editor: cat, allegies, respiratory, sneezing, pets, animals.
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