Combat Cedar Fever with TexaClear


Cedar fever and allergies are such a nuisance for so many of us right now, and it’s hard to know what remedies will do the trick, and which ones could leave you feeling spaced out and groggy. Leah Mitchell with TexaClear joined us to in the studio to talk more about a solution that could make life bearable again. Despite its name, “Cedar Fever” is actually caused by the pollen of ashe juniper, a small evergreen tree that is located in Central Texas anywhere between the Red River and the Rio Grande, that spreads its wrath during pollination, sparking intense allergic reactions and misery for all. Cedar Fever can cause runny noses, sneezing, coughing, sinus congestion, itchy eyes, sore throats and fevers. TexaClear products offer relief for Texas allergy, sinus, cough-cold and flu symptoms.

TexaClear products are free of:

  • Dye Free
  • Alcohol Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Acetaminophen Free

TexaClear is sold exclusively at HEB. You can also register at the for your chance to win a TexaClear winter survival kit and an H-E-B gift card; visit their website for a list of rules and details.


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