AllergyEasy Helps Growing Number of Patients Seeking Natural Allergy Treatment

Industry: Healthcare

Arizona-based company helps physicians around the country treat their patients naturally with oral drop alternative to allergy shots

Phoenix, AZ (PRUnderground) February 25th, 2020

Big pharma has plenty of options for allergies. There are antihistamines and decongestants that are available in pills and nasal sprays. There are prescription eye drops, asthma inhalers, oral steroids and steroid shots. But as Americans more fully embrace alternative medicine, AllergyEasy is providing a more natural approach to allergy treatment.

AllergyEasy helps primary care physicians across the country test and treat their allergic patients using sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT). SLIT works like allergy shots, desensitizing the immune system so that it stops overreacting to allergens in the environment. But instead of antigen being delivered through injections, it is dosed in the form of under-the-tongue liquid drops that absorb into the bloodstream through cells in the tissues of the mouth.

According to the National Institutes of Health, 30 percent of Americans are incorporating some kind of alternative medicine into their healthcare regimen. U.S. medical schools are responding, with nearly half of them offering one or more courses in alternative medicine, to include acupuncture and herbology. In addition, the Council for Responsible Nutrition reported last year that the use of dietary supplements is at an all-time high.

A number of factors are driving the shift toward more natural medicine, including the opioid epidemic, which exposed the dark side of prescription painkillers. There’s also growing concern about the rise of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, and the realization that simply throwing pills at these diseases isn’t working.

As Americans look toward non-conventional approaches to medicine, they are gravitating toward natural therapies such as acupuncture for pain management, probiotics for gut problems, and allergy immunotherapy to address a rising tide of allergies to pollens and food proteins.

To address the demand for natural allergy treatment, AllergyEasy equips primary care doctors with a turnkey allergy treatment program. According to Dr. Stuart Agren, AllergyEasy Founder, the treatment offers a host of advantages over pharmaceuticals.

“The AllergyEasy drops are nature-based and made up of elements that people encounter in nature on a daily basis,” said Dr. Agren. “They are free of significant side effects, and unlike pills, they provide a lasting solution for allergies.”

Prescription allergy medications mask the symptoms of allergy, but they don’t address the underlying allergic disease. Once a patient stops the pills, the symptoms return. The allergy drops, on the other hand, address the allergy itself, “training” the immune system to stop overreacting once and for all to allergenic food proteins, pollens, mold, dust, and pet dander.

While allergy drops are closely related to allergy shots, they are not linked to the same risk for anaphylactic reactions. Given this higher safety profile, they can be taken at home-a factor that Dr. Agren said is quickly driving up their popularity.

“People are busy, and making time to go to the doctor’s office a couple of times each week for shots can be very difficult,” said Dr. Agren. “People love the convenience of drops and the fact that they can take them in the comfort of home or on the go.”

AllergyEasy equips family doctors and pediatricians to provide skin allergy testing to their patients and helps them prescribe sublingual immunotherapy drops through a compounding pharmacy.

Dr. Agren began prescribing sublingual immunotherapy drops to patients in his private medical practice in 1985. Ten years later, he launched AllergyEasy in order to help primary care physicians better address the needs of their allergic and asthmatic patients.

To learn more about AllergyEasy, call 480-827-0038 or visit their site at

About AllergyEasy

AllergyEasy helps allergy doctors around the country provide sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) to their patients who suffer with allergies to pollen and food allergies (including dairy allergy, wheat allergy, nut allergy, fruit allergy and more.) AllergyEasy can connect patients to a doctor in their area who offers sublingual allergy treatment.

Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The information on this website or in emails is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your physician. The news site hosting this press release is not associated with AllergyEasy or Dr. Stuart Agren. It is merely re-publishing a press release announcement submitted by a company, without any stated or implied endorsement of the product or service.

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