National Garden Month

April is National Garden Month, and what a time to start gardening so you can smell the flowers throughout this Spring season! While we are trying to limit our exposure to COVID-19, gardening is a recommended hobby to protect yourself and others from COVID-19 since it is outdoors.

If you’re feeling congested, have a runny nose, itchy or watery eyes, you should try these products!

While the spring season can cause unwanted allergies, Moose Pharmacy carries a myriad of OTC seasonal allergy products: antihistamines like, Allegra, Claritin, and Zyrtec; decongestants like Sudafed, or a combination of these two products: Allegra-D or Claritin-D. Allegra-D and Claritin-D contain both antihistamine and Sudafed to treat your allergy symptoms with dual targets. Allergy eye drops work wonders if you have itchy eyes and can provide relief within minutes.

If you’re feeling congested, have a runny nose, itchy or watery eyes, you should try these products! They can help relieve your symptoms so you can go back to gardening and smelling the flowers.

Another way to treat allergy symptoms are to avoid allergens that may trigger your allergic response, close the windows when pollen counts are high, and to keep your indoor air clean with a dehumidifier and to replace your air filters in a timely fashion!

At Moose Pharmacy, we also sell Dr. Mike’s Honey that is made locally in Mount Holly that can be beneficial for cough and inflammation during the allergy season. Ask our Moose Pharmacists about products to treat your symptoms this Spring season!

Bullet Points:
• Our Moose Pharmacy sells oral antihistamines like Allegra, Claritin, and Zyrtec and decongestants like Sudafed to treat your allergy symptoms for the Spring season. Ask us how we can help you relieve your symptoms!
• Try to avoid allergens by closing your windows and keeping your indoor air clean to prevent allergy symptoms.
• Gardening is a CDC recommended activity to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Go outside and smell the flowers!
• Purchase our locally made honey to help inflammation and cough during allergy season.

• Seasonal allergies: Nip them in the bud. Mayo Clinic. Published April 16, 2020. Accessed January 16, 2022.
• Participate in outdoor and indoor activities. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Accessed January 16, 2022.
• Asha'ari ZA, Ahmad MZ, Jihan WS, Che CM, Leman I. Ingestion of honey improves the symptoms of allergic rhinitis: evidence from a randomized placebo-controlled trial in the East coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Ann Saudi Med. 2013;33(5):469-475. doi:10.5144/0256-4947.2013.469