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Kroger 24 Hour Nasal Allergy Spray -- 55 mcg - 120 Sprays Each / Pack of 2

Kroger 24 Hour Nasal Allergy Spray
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Kroger 24 Hour Nasal Allergy Spray -- 55 mcg - 120 Sprays Each / Pack of 2

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Kroger 24 Hour Nasal Allergy Spray Description

  • Twin Pack!
  • 2 Bottles Included
  • Original Prescription Strength
  • Multi-Symptom
  • Triamcinolone Acetonide (Glucocorticoid)
  • Nasal Allergy Symptom Reliever
  • 24 Hour Relief of:
    • Nasal Congestion
    • Sneezing
    • Runny Nose
    • Itchy Nose
  • Total Spray Count 240
  • Each Bottle Contains 0.57 fl oz
  • Our Pharmacists Recommend


Temporarily may bring relief to these symptoms of hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies:

  • nasal congestion
  • runny nose
  • sneezing
  • itch nose

Other information

  • do not use if printed bottle wrap is torn or opened
  • keep package and insert. They contain important information.
  • store between 20°-25°C (68°-77°F)


Read insert (inside package) on how to:

  • Get a new bottle ready (primed) before first use
  • Prime bottle again if not used for more than 2 weeks
  • Use the spray
  • Clean the spray nozzle


adults and children 12 years of age and older
  • once daily, spray 2 times into each nostril while sniffing gently
  • once your allergy symptoms improve, reduce to 1 spray in each nostril per day



  • the growth rate of some children may be slower while using this product. Talk to your child's doctor if your child needs to use the spray for longer than two months a year.


children 6 to under 12 years of age
  • an adult should supervise use
  • once daily, spray 1 time into each nostril while sniffing gently
  • if allergy symptoms do not improve, increase to 2 sprays in each nostril per day. Once allergy symptoms improve, reduce to 1 spray in each nostril per day.
children 2 to under 6 years of age
  • an adult should supervise use
  • once daily, spray 1 time into each nostril while sniffing gently
children under 2 years of age
  • do not use

  • do not use more than directed
  • if you forget a dose, do not double the next dose
  • do not spray into eyes or mouth
  • if allergy symptoms do not improve after one week, stop using and talk to a doctor
  • do not use for the common cold
  • shake well before each use

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active Ingredient (in each spray): Triamcinolone acetonide (glucocorticoid) 55 mcg (Purpose: Nasal allergy symptom reliever).
Inactive Ingredients: Benzalkonium chloride, carboxymethylcellulose sodium, dextrose anhydrous, edetate disodium dihydrate, hydrochloric acid or sodium hydroxide (for pH adjustment), microcrystalline cellulose, polysorbate 80, purified water.

Do not use

  • in children under 2 years of age
  • if you have ever had an allergic reaction to any of the ingredients

Ask a doctor before use if you

  • have had recent nose ulcers or nose surgery
  • have a nose injury that has not healed
  • are using a steroid medicine for asthma, allergies or skin rash
  • have an eye infection
  • have or had glaucoma or cataracts

When using this product

  • the growth rate of some children may be slower
  • some symptoms may get better on the first day of treatment. It may take up to one week of daily use to feel the most symptom relief.
  • do not share this bottle with anyone else as this may spread germs
  • remember to tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, including this one

Stop use and ask a doctor if

  • you have, or come into contact with someone who has, chickenpox, measles, or tuberculosis
  • you have or develop symptoms of an infection such as a persistent fever
  • you have any change in vision
  • you have severe or frequent nosebleeds

If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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What are Seasonal Allergies? Can Natural Remedies Really Help?

It’s that time again. The smell of fresh cut grass, the sight of trees and flowers blooming, and the feel of watery eyes, runny nose and a scratchy throat. For some, spring, summer and fall means seasonal allergies.

Woman Lying in Grass Blowing Dandelion Fluff to Represent Question What are Seasonal Allergies |

This can be extremely frustrating – leaving many feeling like they can’t enjoy the outdoors. Why do some people get seasonal allergies? And what can they do to protect themselves from allergens and exacerbated symptoms?

What are seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergies are immune reactions to airborne substances that are prevalent during certain times, or seasons, of the year. The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology reports that 40-60 million Americans are affected by allergic rhinitis, or seasonal allergies.

Seasonal allergies develop when your immune system overreacts to something in the environment, like pollen. This oversensitivity causes respiratory symptoms, including:

  • congestion
  • post-nasal drip
  • excess mucus production
  • runny nose
  • sneezing
  • scratchy throat
  • itchy, watery eyes
  • ear irritation

Seasonal allergies can also leave you feeling fatigued, unable to focus and irritable. And it’s linked to skin issues like eczema and hives.

Often, people with seasonal allergies have some kind of underlying medical condition that affects their immune system functioning. This makes them more vulnerable to environmental triggers. When a person with seasonal allergies comes into contact with pollen or another allergen, the body releases histamine and works to attack the harmless substance.

To improve seasonal allergy symptoms, the focus is on supporting and strengthening the immune system.

7 Natural Remedies for Allergies

The CDC indicates that the treatment of seasonal allergies involves avoiding contact with the allergen. For people who are allergic or sensitive to pollen and other outdoor triggers, this can be nearly impossible. Plus, who wants to spend the beautiful spring, summer and fall months stuck indoors?

To help your body deal with this sensitivity, you need to strengthen your immune system and cut out actions or foods that cause inflammation.

1. Avoid inflammatory foods

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you want to lighten the burden that certain foods put on your immune system. This limiting or avoiding these foods/beverages:

  • Alcohol
  • Caffeine
  • Conventional dairy
  • Chocolate
  • Sugary foods
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Packaged and processed foods
  • Common allergens, including wheat, soy, peanuts and shellfish

If you have a ragweed allergy, it’s also important to avoid foods that can trigger an allergic response, like bananas, melons, cucumbers, sunflower seeds, chamomile and echinacea. 

2. Eat immune-boosting foods

It’s important to eat foods that will strengthen your immune system when combating seasonal allergies. The top foods for seasonal allergies include:

3. Spirulina

Spirulina is a blue-green algae that’s loaded with nutrients and available in many forms, including spirulina powders and capsules. In studies, spirulina has been shown to support nasal health and provide relief for congestion and itching.  

4. Probiotics

Probiotics contribute to immune health by supporting intestinal flora in the gut. Research suggests that taking probiotics can help with  allergic sensitizations and symptoms of allergic rhinitis.

5. Stinging nettle

Stinging nettle has anti-inflammatory and antihistamine properties, allowing it to help with seasonal allergy symptoms. Studies show that it has positive effects when it comes to allergy symptoms, when compared to placebo.

But be aware that stinging nettle can cause adverse interactions with certain medications, like those for diabetes and high blood pressure, blood thinners and sedatives.

6. Essential oils

It can be helpful to use essential oils that open nasal passages and the lungs, improve circulation and relieve stress. Oils such as eucalyptus, peppermint and lavender can be diffused at home or applied topically to the chest and back. To use essential oils on the skin, simply combine them with a carrier oil, such as coconut oil or jojoba oil.

7. Limit pollen exposure

Because pollen triggers your immune system, it’s important to limit exposure as much as possible. Again, this doesn’t mean that you need to stay indoors all day, but there are some measures you can take. On days that the pollen count is high or when it’s very windy, limit your time outdoors.

It may also help to shower before bed, wash your clothes daily and bedding frequently and limit the amount of carpeting in your home, if possible. It’s easier to reduce pollen in your home by cleaning hard-surfaced floors.

These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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