In this week’s People’s Pharmacy column, one reader finds a solution for seasonal allergies.
Chloroquine has been used to treat malaria, but it has some nasty side effects.
One People’s Pharmacy reader finds relief from cold sores in the form of antiviral pills.
One reader’s mother saw her fibromyalgia and plantar fasciitis pain skyrocket but was soothed by glucosamine, chondroitin and boswellia.
It might not seem like the most obvious solution, but one reader lauds the arthritis remedy of golden raisins soaked in gin.
One reader wonders why the Graedons haven’t recommended elderberry extract to combat the flu.
One reader reports that antiviral medicine helped recovery from flu.
Joe and Teresa Graedon suggest consulting online Canadian pharmacies for economical alternatives to expensive name-brand drugs sold in the U.S.
Eggplant has been shown to lower high one blood pressure, as one reader learns.
Despite being sold across the U.S. in pharmacies, drugs like aspirin can still have harmful side effects and should be consumed with respect.