Evaluation of the clinical efficacy and safety of grapeseed extract in the treatment of fall seasonal allergic rhinitis: a pilot study.

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BACKGROUND Herbal products are widely used by consumers as alternatives to prescription drugs in treating symptoms of allergic rhinitis. However, there have been few placebo-controlled clinical trials that have examined the efficacy or safety of these products. Although grapeseed extract (GSE) is an herbal that is marketed for treating allergic rhinitis… (More)

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@article{Bernstein2002EvaluationOT, title={Evaluation of the clinical efficacy and safety of grapeseed extract in the treatment of fall seasonal allergic rhinitis: a pilot study.}, author={David I. Bernstein and Cheryl K Bernstein and Chunqin Deng and Karen Murphy and I. Leonard Bernstein and Jonathan Adam Bernstein and Rakesh Kumar Shukla}, journal={Annals of allergy, asthma & immunology : official publication of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology}, year={2002}, volume={88 3}, pages={272-8} }