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Claritin contains Loratadine as its active component; it’s an antihistamine agent that works by reducing the effects of certain natural chemical substances (histamines) in the body. These substances are associated with the development of allergy symptoms – runny nose, hives, sneezing, rash, watery eyes and itching. It is used for the therapy of chronic idiopathic urticaria and symptoms of allergic rhinitis.

Claritin 10 mg

Q-ty Price per unit Bonus pills    
30 tablets $50.40 $ 1.68 ADD TO CART
60 tablets $77.40 $ 1.29 ADD TO CART
90 tablets $104.40 $ 1.16 + 8 Bonus pills ADD TO CART
120 tablets $122.40 $ 1.02 + 12 Bonus pills / ADD TO CART
240 tablets $213.60 $ 0.89 + 20 Bonus pills / ADD TO CART
480 tablets $393.60 $ 0.82 + 40 Bonus pills / ADD TO CART
What is Claritin?
Claritin is a popular drug used to treat allergies. It was discovered in 1981, and further research and testing culminated in 1993, when it was approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Claritin has been around for decades, and its great popularity has spawned different names and forms, with generics also being sold all over the world. Due to its efficiency, it has been included in the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines. Claritin is officially known as Loratadine and can be classified as a histamine receptor blocker. It works by blocking receptors of histamine – a natural compound responsible for our body’s allergic reactions.

What are the indications for using Claritin?
Claritin is prescribed to treat different kinds of allergies. For example, the first indication for Claritin is hay fever. This condition manifests itself through symptoms like sneezing, eye itching and swelling, runny nose, and watery eyes. Although hay fever is often called a seasonal allergy brought on by exposure to pollen, other irritants that can cause it include pet hair, dust, and mold. Another indication for Claritin is urticarial, also known as hives. Hives are a condition that causes severe rashes in the form of red bumps to appear on the skin and itch. This is one of several skin allergies Claritin is prescribed to treat.

What is the dosage of Claritin?
Claritin can be found in several forms (tablet, syrup, suspension), yet the tablet remains the most common. The standard dose for most allergies is one 10 mg tablet taken every day, though children under the age of 6 may receive a smaller dose. Based on the patient’s response to the drug, their dosage may be altered by their doctor. Claritin should be administered orally, with or without food or drink. To maintain their effects, the tablets should be kept in a cool and dry place at room temperature.

What are the contraindications for using Claritin?
This drug is not suited for those allergic to Claritin or Desloratadine. Furthermore, patients with liver or renal conditions may be advised against receiving the drug, or may receive a smaller dose. Claritin is known to interact with drugs that contain Desloratadine and may interfere with allergy skin tests.

What are the adverse effects of Claritin?
Claritin may cause a range of side effects, including drowsiness, dry mouth, urinary retention, and blurred vision. If any severe side effects occur, patients should get immediate medical help.