At The Institute of Multidimensional Medicine we treat the underlying cause of allergies. No more relying on pills, inhalers or nasal sprays. No time-consuming trips to the doctor for painful injections. Now you can find fast, lasting relief with under-the-tongue allergy drops. Take them on-the-go or in the comfort of home. Medications may help temporarily, but your symptoms will keep returning without a long-term solution. That’s where oral drops come in! They can actually re-train your immune system to stop overreacting to allergens in the environment once and for all. And best of all, they’re all-natural and safe—even for young children. Oral drops contain extracts of dusts, molds, pollens and pet dander. As you take the drops daily under the tongue, your body becomes desensitized to these allergens. Most patients feel their symptoms letting up in the first few weeks of treatment.
How do oral drops work?
Oral drops are a type of immunotherapy. Immunotherapy is the only treatment proven to alter the underlying allergic disease instead of just its symptoms. Other treatments such as pills provide only short-term relief. When patients stop taking them, the symptoms return.
Immunotherapy starts with a serum that can be delivered through shots or, more conveniently, through under-the-tongue drops. The serum contains extracts of common allergens found in nature (pollens, pet dander, etc.) In time, the serum can desensitize the body to allergens so that it stops overreacting to the environment in ways that lead to troubling symptoms.
Oral drops contain all-natural antigens and have been shown to be safe—even for children.
At least one out of every five Americans has some type of allergic disease. Are you one of them?
What causes allergies?
Allergies result from a dysfunction of the immune system. When the body encounters
harmless antigens in the environment (pollen, mold, pet dander, etc.), it
should simply ignore them. But sometimes, the immune system mistakenly perceives the
antigens as threats and overreacts in ways that lead to troubling symptoms.
The most common symptoms include:
Runny or congested nose
Chronic sinus infection
Frequent ear infections
But the list doesn’t stop there. Below are lesser-known symptoms that can indicate allergic disease.
Skin problems including eczema and hives
Respiratory effects including endless colds, chronic cough, and recurrent bronchitis
Conjunctivitis (allergic eye irritation)
Muscle and joint pain
Mental effects such as confusion, slow thinking, depression, and forgetfulness