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Claritin Generic

$24 $10



Curist daily, non-drowsy antihistamine formula uses the same-strength active ingredient in Claritin to deliver 24-hour allergy relief as powerful and long-lasting as Claritin.

Curist loratadine 10 mg, 30 tablets.

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For another antihistamine option, try our bestselling Allergy Relief

Often purchased with Curist Allergy Nasal Spray, for a double-dose of powerful allergy relief!

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Curist daily, non-drowsy antihistamine formula uses the same-strength active ingredient in Claritin to deliver 24-hour allergy relief as powerful and long-lasting as Claritin.

Curist loratadine 10 mg, 30 tablets.

Sold Out.

For another antihistamine option, try our bestselling Allergy Relief

Often purchased with Curist Allergy Nasal Spray, for a double-dose of powerful allergy relief!


How Does Curist Loratadine Work?

Curist loratadine, the active ingredient in Claritin, is a non-drowsy antihistamine that counteracts your body's allergic response by neutralizing the "histamine" chemicals that cause irritating allergy symptoms, such as sneezing and itching.

Curist Loratadine Drug Facts

Learn more about Curist loratadine at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website here. Use as directed.


Relief Of

Sneezing

Sneezing

Itchy, watery eyes

Itchy, watery eyes

Itchy or runny nose

Itchy or runny nose

Itchy throat

Itchy throat

At a Glance

Does not treat congestion
Does not treat sinus
Ask doctor if pregnant or breastfeeding
Ask doctor for children under 6 years

Loratadine at Half the Price

Goodbye Claritin, Hello Savings.

With Curist, pay half the price for the same-strength active ingredient as Claritin. This is the highest-strength loratadine on the market. Take daily for non-drowsy allergy relief.

Doctor Pro Tip

Dr. Marc Goldstein, MD

“Consider taking daily a week or two before symptoms start and continue once a day to provide sustained allergy relief.”

Dr. Marc Goldstein, MD

Chief of Allergy, Pennsylvania Hospital