Discover why thousands of patients are using sublingual immunotherapy.
No two patients are alike. That's why our allergy drops are specifically compounded by our expert team to tackle your specific allergen profile.
The best part about allergy drops is the convenience: they can be taken at home, on the go, or anywhere in between.
Allergy drops (or sublingual immunotherapy) have been used for decades and are proven to be just as effective as allergy injections. (Check out our clinical data here.)
The drops work by slowly introducing your body to the allergens you are most reactive to, slowly increasing the concentration over time.
As your body adjusts, the concentration increases, and your immune system is trained to no longer react to the presence of the allergen in your environment.
Imagine being allergy-free, forever! With allergy drops, we can help you can get there.
Allergic reactions are a result of the body's immune system responding to the presence of something it perceives of as a threat. The most common allergens that trigger this reaction are pollen, mold, dust mites and pet dander.
Seasonal allergens come and go depending on the source. Mountain cedar (or juniper) typically peaks in the winter months. Oak hits in early Spring. Grasses can be present throughout the Spring, Summer and Fall.
Other allergens are present year-round. Mold, dust mites and pet dander are among the worst.
Want to know more about peak allergy seasons? Download our allergen calender here.