You can live an allergy free life – without shots
Immunodrops offers a pain free alternative allergy therapy
What are AllerAlt allergy drops?
AllerAlts’ allergy drops are a natural mixture of allergens (dust mites, pollens from grasses, trees, and weeds, pet dander, etc) that we all breath or come in contact with every day mixed with a simple glycerin saline solution and then placed, a few drops at a time under your tongue which are commonly referred to as allergy drops. This process, known as Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT) has been approved by the World Health Organization and has been in use in Europe (where 50% of the patients on immunotherapy are prescribed SLIT) for over 60 years.
Sublingual (under the tongue) immunotherapy (treatment of disease by suppressing an immune response) produces the same reaction in your body as allergy shots which are known as SCIT or Subcutaneous (introduced under the skin) Immunotherapy. The process of SLIT (and SCIT) immunotherapy both desensitize your body to these harmless allergens. Thereby allowing it to understand that these every day allergens are not harmful foreign invaders that it must defend itself from through inflammation. Inflammation which then materializes in your nasal passages (stuffy nose), eyes (watery & itchy), sinuses (sinus headaches or infections), ear canals (ear infections), lungs (asthma), or skin (dermatitis or eczema) .
In numerous studies SLIT, or allergy drops have been demonstrated to be just as effective as SCIT (shots). It is estimated that over 2 Billion SLIT dosages have been given but, unlike shots, there have been no seriously adverse side effects.
AllerAlt’s allergy drops, just like shots, address the cause of allergies, not the symptoms, keeping allergic reactions from returning providing long-lasting benefits.
AllerAlt allergy drops help patients in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Minnesota, Michigan, New Mexico, Nevada, Oklahoma, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin treat both Environmental (Pollens, Cats, Dogs, Insects, etc) and Food allergies.