Your histamine-hampering superhero: For symptoms of itchy/watery eyes, nasal congestion, cedar fever, hives, poison ivy, and respiratory problems, as well as gastrointestinal disturbances that may be a result of reactions to wheat, eggs and/or dairy products.* AllerCaps is a comprehensive, multi-nutrient nutraceutical formula that promotes healthy inflammatory support and immune health.*
This formula features several important nutraceutical agents. NAC (n-acetyl-l-cysteine) promotes the endogenous production of glutathione which offers antioxidant support and also promotes healthy respiratory support.*
Quercetin provides flavonoids that offer support for immune function*. Bromelain provides active proteolytic enzymes*. Aller Assist Blend is also included to provide a broad range of biocompatible botanical agents for advanced nutritional support.*
Did you know? Taking 500mg of quercetin or ~4 capsules of AllerCaps per day supports healthy mast cells which contribute to homeostasis in the immune system. An overabundance of mast cells can release substances that mimic signs of an allergic reaction. This can stimulate significant inflammation in the body and can lead to organ damage.
Serving Size 3 Capsules
Servings Per Container 30
Take 3 capsules daily or as directed by a health professional.
Acute Relief Strategies: For sudden onset of hives or stress-induced eczema, take 2-3 caps/morning and 2-3 caps/evening for 2-3 weeks.*
Chronic Relief Strategies: If allergies are already in full swing, dose recommendation of 3-6 caps/morning & 3-6 caps/evening until symptoms subside or can be taken throughout the entire allergy season.*
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