Record Breaking Pollen

Meteorologists are predicting a severe allergy season for 2020.  Due to a mild winter in many areas, the season is expected to extend much longer, starting almost six weeks early.  Beyond that, above normal rainfall combined with average temperatures has led to high pollen production.

Nationwide, most areas will experience near record pollen counts this year, with the east coast expected to be hit the hardest.  Experts predict that pollen levels will remain unusually high through the summer months.

Triple Allergy Defense provides fast-acting symptom relief for pollen, mold and dust
– all in one bottle.

“This really works for my son’s allergies!  We’ve gone through many unsuccessful bottles of Zyrtec, Xyzal, nasal sprays and more.  His allergies were severe enough to cause him hearing loss, speech delays, and sinus infections.  We started using Triple Allergy Defense twice a day and noticed within 2 weeks he was breathing clear, sniffles were gone.  Now it is peak allergy season and he is breathing clear every day.  This is the Only thing that has worked!!”  —Jonathan,  New York


What’s Coming This Flu Season?

Flu season road sign

In March, the CDC reported a genetic shift in the H3N2 flu strain, after the composition of the 2017-2018 flu vaccine had been set. Given that, this season’s flu vaccine may be a poorer match resulting in more severe and widespread illness. Last year’s flu vaccine was reported as 48% effective, which was considered by the CDC to be a “good result”.

This once again demonstrates the necessity to update the flu formula each year after peak months, January to March, as we do at Nenningers Naturals. Triple Flu Defense has been formulated with new remedies to address unique symptoms we anticipate during the 2017-2018 flu season that include Arnica for severe body aches and Cochlearia for constricted sore throat and cough.

Judy from New York attests
“After a trip to Canada I came down with the flu.
Triple Flu Defense 2017-2018 worked great! Back to work in 24 hours.”