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  1. David Mumper
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    I suffer an itchy skin rash over my entire body when I drink more than a couple of glasses of red wine. Are you suggesting that SOBUR will counteract the sulfites? I don’t know the date of the information above, hoping you have some new ideas on countering sulfites. Thanks. Dave

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    1. Ryan
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      How long typically does your rash take to go away??

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  2. Naomi
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    When I drink some red wines I get a nasty hacking cough either immediately or later when I go to bed. It only happens with some wines eg Shiraz, merlot. Other wines such as Bordeaux, temperanillo are fine for me. I have also just made the connection between itchy eyes and red wine. Last night I had a small glass of Malbec and first had itchy eyes, then itchy all over. Took a antihistamine but today I’ve been left with tightness in my chest. I’m not sure it’s the sulphites in my case because the Reds that I can drink without any problem also have sulphites in. Unless they are at less quantities.?!? Quite confusing, and very annoying.

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  3. Remo
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    I may get a hard time breathing sometimes after drinking some wines. It might be a light symptom (thiuggt it could last until the next day), or a really savere one where I can barely breathe (usually, not that bad). What’s interesting is that with some wines I don’t get this at all, but I’m not sure if it depends on the type of wine or the winery and the aditives (like sulfites) in its wines. For instance, I may drink a whole bottle of Malbec and don’t get any symptoms or half of bottle of other types and get a hard time after it.

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  4. Brandy
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    I have a rash on my face from it. Anyone else have this happen?

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    1. Peter Jackson
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      No. But I have all the other symptoms identified here. 50 years ago I only found SO2 in fruit juices and cheaper white wines whereas it very difficult to find any wines without it. Generally, I find that Spanish red wines give much less trouble than, for instance, French reds. It’s scandalous that producers are not obliged to show the dosage they have applied.

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    2. Michelle
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      Yes I do plus swollen lips

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      1. Reg
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        My lips too…they itch then dry up and peel

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    3. Mick Locke
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      I’m battling with a blotchy red rash on, believe it or not, my right facial cheek. The left one isn’t so bad but I’ve started to notice redness on my cheeks and nose which I’ve started to treat with germoline. Some days are worse than others and I drink cider/beer most nights. This has been bothering me for 12 months now and, as a bloke and a singer/DJ in the public eye I sometimes have to brush my face with the wife’s foundation or talc just to tone the redness down before going out as I’m quite aware of it. Considering becoming a tea-total as I have a feeling it may be something to do with the sulphites in the drink. Great! 🙁

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    4. Maureen
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      Yes. I have exact same symptoms, plus itchy eyes and dry, cracked lips. I never had a bad reaction to wine in my whole life, but I think i’ve developed an allergy in the past year because my face will develop red itchy hives after a few glasses of white wine.
      I personally feel it’s my body’s way of telling me to avoid drinking, as it had become a bit excessive at times during the last two years.

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  5. Gabby
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    Hello There! I highly recomend the üllo wine purifier! Amazing, no rash, no flushed Face, no headaches , no hangover! Try it!

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