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- Hoffmann, A.; Klein, S. D.; Gründemann, C.; Garcia‐Käufer, M.; Wolf, U.; Huber, R.
- Phytotherapy research 2016 v.30 no.9 pp. 1481-1486
- hay fever, etc ; Citrus limon; Cydonia oblonga; allergens; cross-over studies; grasses; histamine; lemons; mast cells; mucus; nose; patients; placebos; pollen; quinces; spraying; therapeutics; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Nasal spray from lemon and quince (LQNS) is used to treat hay fever symptoms and has been shown to inhibit histamine release from mast cells in vitro. Forty‐three patients with grass pollen allergy (GPA) were randomized to be treated either with placebo or LQNS for one week, respectively, in a cross‐over study. At baseline and after the respective treatments patients were provoked with grass polle ...