Histamine Dihydrochloride Rub, As Is Found In Ausralian Dream Cream Should Not Be Used Flagrantly In Senior Citizens.

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Tam Ben Says:


I am a 68 year old female with arthritic aches and pains. I saw an ad on TV about Australian Dream Cream and decided I would try it. I thought it was a harmless rub, as most of the others, but I was drawn to the money back guarantee. Well, after using it just for one night before bed I experienced a severe drop in my blood pressure. I awakened lightheaded and took my BP as I do each AM when I awaken. Well when it registered as 74/50/67 I became alarmed. I looked up this drug and was enlightened as low BP is a side effect. I will not use this again and I plan on returning it for a refund. Don't dismiss any symptoms you get from the use of this drug, even though it is administered topically, especially if you are a senior citizen.



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Verwon Says:

Hi, Tam Ben! Sorry about the bad experience you had. I'm glad you're okay.

However, I'm not finding that listed as an ingredient in the Australian Dream Cream. From what I'm finding it's listed as containing mostly supplements, other than the actual cream base ingredients.

And histamine isn't the actual name of something, it's a classification.

Is there any chance you could double check the name of the problematic ingredient and post back?

Thanks!

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Tam Ben Says:

Histamine dihydrochloride is listed as the primary ingredient. Check the side effects.

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