From Pharmacy Drug Guide
Alavert®, a brand of generic loratadine, is an over-the-counter (OTC) allergy medication and antihistamine used to treat symptoms that include itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, and runny nose. The FDA approved Loratadine as a prescription allergy medication in 1993. Alavert® was approved by the FDA in 2002 for over the counter sales. For those interested in trying out free Alavert samples, there are several options available. This page will provide information on Alavert®, including where to find free samples and coupons for the allergy medication.
|Manufactured by||Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and Pfizer, Inc.|
|Brought to market||2002|
|Administration||Once a day oral|
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Alavert® is one of the brand names for loratadine, an antihistamine used to treat allergy symptoms. Manufactured by Wyeth Consumer Healthcare and Pfizer, Inc., Alavert® is a non-drowsy allergy medication with a variety of products that include allergy and sinus, quick dissolving tablets, Alavert® tablets, and Alavert for Kids 6+.
Consumer Reports listed 3 types of Alavert® as "Best Buy Drugs" in 2005.
- Alavert® tablets 10mg
- Alavert® dissolving 10mg tablets
- Alavert® syrup 10mg
How to Get Alavert Samples
- One way to obtain free Alavert® samples is by contacting the pharmaceutical manufacturer directly. This can be done in one of the following ways:
- Patients can also talk to their doctor or pharmacist about obtaining free Alavert® samples. Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, the pharmaceutical manufacturer for Alavert®, may provide pharmacies and healthcare providers with free samples of Alavert®.
- Another way to save on Alavert® is by using Alavert® coupons.
- Retailers such as Walmart occasionally offer free samples of Alavert.
How to Get Free Drug Samples
Allergies are reactions to foreign substances by the body. In most cases, it is not toxicity of the substance itself that causes the adverse symptoms, but rather the body's own immune response to the "invasion." Allergies may come from a broad range of substances, and reactions can range from mild (runny nose, itching) to severe (swelling, breathing problems). Allergy testing can be performed to determine precisely which substances are responsible for these effects.