Ever since I was knee-high to a grasshopper, I have regularly been experiencing serious allergy symptoms.
The things I’m allergic to include an array of indoor and outdoor irritants, especially dust. On a regular basis, I receive allergy shots, but they can help to relieve the symptoms only so much.
A couple of weeks ago, I decided to purchase a package of CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets to see if they would help to alleviate some of the allergy symptoms.
Presented here, in an effort to assist the consumer, is an article in which the author reviews CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets.
Several different-sized packages of CVS Pharmacy Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets are available at CVS Pharmacies.
The package that I recently purchased contains five tablets. Although that is a small number of tablets, each tablet supposedly offers 24-hour allergy relief.
The regular price charged for one 5-count package of CVS Pharmacy Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets at Hartford, Connecticut area CVS Pharmacies is approximately $4.99.
The active ingredient in each of these allergy relief pills is Loratadine, that works as an antihistamine.
According to the Drug Facts printed on the package’s rear label, CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets provide temporary relief from runny nose, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes and itching of the nose or throat.
So far, I have ingested six of these allergy relief pills; one full package of five tablets plus one pill from a new box.
Because I’ve never taken Claritin, I can’t compare the effectiveness of CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets to the well-known allergy relief medicine.
Each time I’ve taken one of the CVS brand allergy relief pills, it has offered some relief from allergy symptoms within just a few minutes.
A funny thing about taking allergy relief pills is how they will begin providing relief from allergy symptoms before the person taking the medicine even realizes it is already working.
Such is the case with CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets. Roughly 30 minutes after I’ve taken one of the pills, I suddenly realize that I’m not experiencing acute allergy symptoms like I was before taking the pill.
On an effectiveness scale of one through ten, I would assign these allergy relief pills a rating of 8.75. The pills seem to provide pretty good short-term relief but I am unsure of their actual 24-hour relief capabilities.
Directions For Use
On the rear label of the CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets it is stated that adults and children 6 years of age and over should take one tablet daily, with not more than one tablet taken in 24 hours. For children under 6 years of age and/or people with liver or kidney disease, it is recommended that they ask a doctor before taking the medicine.
CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets are packaged in a small cardrdboard box that features a mostly blue and white front label.
Inside the box, the loratadine tablets are further packaged in a silver blister-pack that holds each pill individually.
To me, CVS Pharmacy brand Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief Loratadine Tablets are pretty effective, but I’m not sure if they really last for 24 hours. The price works out to $1 per pill, which seems quite reasonable.
Would I purchase this product again? The answer is “yes”.
Personal experience with the product
The package label