In The News

Prescription Strength Allergy Drops are effective and endorsed by key medical societies and evidence-based medicine groups. This incredible breakthrough is making news across the world.

Cochrane Collaboration–an evidence based medicine think-tank

“In reviewing 60 trials we found a significant reduction in symptom and medication scores in patients treated with sublingual immunotherapy compared to placebo. There were no serious adverse reactions reported in the included trials and no patient needed the use of adrenaline. This updated Cochrane Review therefore reinforces the conclusions of the earlier review in confirming the efficacy and safety of sublingual immunotherapy.”

FDA approves first sublingual allergen extract for the treatment of certain grass pollen allergies

A scientific review of 63 published studies affirms that putting small amounts of purified grasses, ragweed, dust mites, pollen and mold, in liquid drops under the tongue is a safe and effective alternative to weekly injections

US Department of Health and Human Services

UpToDate, a Physician reference guide

USA Today article