Who is a Candidate for Allergy Drops?

In this article, we explain who the best candidates are for allergy drops.

February 15, 2022

You’ve heard about allergy drops that can be taken from home and you’re intrigued, right? Who wants to go into a doctor’s office every week for allergy shots? No one. Who wants to take an antihistamine every day for the rest of their life? Also no one.

Allergy drops are an easy, convenient, and effective way to completely eliminate or diminish allergy symptoms for good. And the good news? Almost everyone is a candidate for allergy drops.

If you’re wondering whether allergy drops are right for you, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you have a fear of needles?
  • Are you a busy person? i.e. working full-time, a parent, someone that travels a lot?
  • Do you take over the counter allergy medications, like antihistamines or nasal sprays, on a regular basis?
  • Have you suffered from environmental allergies like dust or mold for an extended period of time?
  • Have you suffered from seasonal allergies, like trees, grasses or weeds for an extended period of time?
  • Are you interested in long-term allergy relief?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, allergy drops may be a great solution for you.

What are the benefits of allergy drops?

  • Easy, at home treatment
  • Safe to take at home
  • Fewer side effects than allergy shots
  • No needles or injections
  • No downtime after treatment, like with allergy shots
  • Reduction of allergy symptoms
  • Leads to long-lasting relief

Are allergy drops better than antihistamines?

Allergy drops are different from antihistamines, nasal sprays and other over the counter solutions because they treat the allergy itself, not just the symptoms. When you take allergy drops, your body is exposed to very small amounts of the allergen you’re allergic to, making  common allergy symptoms like congestion, runny nose, itchy watery eyes and sore or itchy throat.

Studies have shown that taking over the counter antihistamines and nasal sprays for years on end have proven to cause adverse side effects, like depression, weight gain and even dementia. Immunotherapy is a non-pharmaceutical approach to long-term allergy relief - with no harmful side effects!

In summary

For those who suffer from seasonal allergies or environmental allergies, finding the right treatment plan can be difficult. Allergy drops can be very effective for treating allergic rhinitis due to seasonal and environmental allergens. We’ve successfully treated thousands of patients of all ages with allergy drops. They are just as effective as allergy shots and are associated with fewer side effects. Allergy drops are an excellent alternative to allergy shots for families and busy adults.

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