Geographically Zoned Allergy Formula for ID, MT & WY. Alleviates runny nose, sneezing, congestion, sinus pressure, itchy & watery eyes.
ALLERGENA ZONE 7
ALLERGENA ZONE 7
ID, MT & WY
Geographically Zoned Formula
With Local Tree, Weed & Grass Antigens in Each Bottle
• Homeopathic Sublingual Immunotherapy
• Builds a strong immune system to help fight allergies
• Non-Drowsy, no side effects and no drug interactions
• No GMOs and No Gluten
• Alleviates runny nose, sneezing, congestion, sinus pressure, itchy & watery eyes
• Contains herbal drainage remedies to enhance the drainage process and remove antigen residue
• Additional immune support provided from Echinacea
Alder, Thinleaf ; Ash, Arizona ; Ash, Green ; Ash, White
Aspen, Quaking ; Beech, American ; Birch, Paper ; Birch, River
Birch, White ; Birch, Yellow ; Cedar, Mountain
Cedar, Red ; Cottonwood, Black ; Cottonwood, Western
Elm, Chinese ; Juniper, Redberry; Juniper, Rocky Mountain
Juniper, Utah ; Maple, Box Elder; Maple, Hard Sugar
Maple, Red; Maple, Soft (Silver) ; Oak, Live ; Oak, Red
Oak, White ; Pine, Austrian ; Pine, Eastern White
Pine, Jack ; Pine, Japanese Black ; Pine, Loblolly ; Pine, Lodgepole
Pine, Pitch ; Pine, Ponderosa ; Pine, Red ; Pine, Scotch
Pine, Shortleaf ; Poplar, Lombardy ; Poplar, White; Privet
Spruce, Blue ; Sweetgum ; Sycamore ; Tree-of-heaven
Walnut, Black ; Willow, Black
Careless Weed ; Cocklebur ; Dock, Bitter ; Dock, Curly ; Dock, Sour
Dock, Tall ; Dock, White ; Dock, Yellow ; Firebush ; Goldenrod
Lambs Quarters ; Marsh Elder, Rough ; Nettle ; Pigweed, Rough
Pigweed, Spiny ; Plantain, English ; Povertyweed ; Ragweed, False
Ragweed, Giant ; Ragweed, Short ; Ragweed, Southern
Ragweed, Western ; Russian Thistle; Sage, Prairie
Sagebrush, Common ; Sagebrush, Pasture ; Sagebrush, Prairie
Saltbush, Annual ; Shadscale ; Silverscale ; Sorrel, Sheep
Spearscale ; Tumbleweed ; Waterhemp, Western ; Wingscale Chamiza
Bluegrass, Annual ; Bluegrass, Canadian ; Bluegrass, Kentucky
Brome, Cheatgrass ; Brome, Smooth ; Canary Grass ; Corn Pollen
Fescue, Meadow ; Johnson Grass ; Oats, Cultivated ; Oats, Wild
Orchard Grass ; Red Top Grass ; Rye, Alkali ; Rye, Cultivated
Rye, Italian ; Rye, Perennial ; Salt Grass ; Sudan Grass
Timothy Grass ; Wheat, Cultivated ; Wheat Grass, Western
Active Ingredients: Antigens 6X, 12X, 30X:
Zone 7 Grasses, Zone 7 Trees, Zone 7 Weeds
Herbal Drainage Remedies 3X:
Baptisia tinctoria HPUS, Hydrastis canadensis HPUS,
Myrrha HPUS, Nasturtium aquaticum HPUS,
Phytolacca decandra HPUS, Trigonella foenum-graecum; Echinacea 3X HPUS.
Inactive Ingredients: USP Purified Water & 25% USP Ethanol.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does “Geographically Zoned” mean?
Trees in the Southwest are different from trees on the East Coast, and so what you are allergic to is entirely related to your geography, or where you live. That’s why native trees, weeds and grasses, and other common allergens from across the US have been grouped into 9 unique “zones”. These zones ensure your body builds immunity to the specific allergens that make you miserable.
How long before Allergena begins “working”?
Some users experience relief within hours. Others realize a reduction of symptoms between one to eight weeks.
How long should I continue to take Allergena?
Frequent administration of Allergena is essential to building immunity. Recommended dosage for adults is 10-15 drops under the tongue, 3 times daily, and for children, 6-10 drops under the tongue, 3 times daily, before or after meals. Allow drops to be absorbed orally, then swallow. Severe and long-term allergy sufferers should begin Allergena one to two weeks before the allergy season at a recommended dosage of 6 drops under the tongue 3 times daily. For best results, two weeks after the allergy season, reduce intake to 5-8 drops under the tongue once daily as needed. During an acute allergy attack, administer 5-8 drops per hour, in addition to 3 times daily.
Are there any side effects?
There are no known side effects. For extreme sufferers, heightened allergic reaction may occur following administration of Allergena. Do not be alarmed at this response. If you experience a headache after taking Allergena, decrease dose to a tolerable level. Then increase dose slowly over a period of two weeks.
Can I take Allergena with other medications?
Yes. There are no known adverse drug interactions.
What is Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT)?
Sublingual Immunotherapy is a method of allergy treatment that uses an allergen solution given under the tongue. Over time, sensitivity to allergens are reduced. In 1998 the World Health Organization concluded that Sublingual Immunotherapy was a viable alternative to the injection route and that its use in clinical practice is justified.
1 fl. oz.
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